Fair Housing Training for Community Organizations
January 25@9:00 am-11:00 amFree
“You might feel more comfortable living someplace else.”
“Can you prove you are a U.S. citizen?”
“We don’t allow children in this building.”
“We don’t have apartments for people with disabilities, you’d be better off in a nursing home.”
“You might make the neighbors feel unsafe if I rent to you.”
“Sorry, the apartment has already been rented.”
“How long have you lived in this country?”
“Another neighborhood might be better suited for you.”
These statements could be signs of housing discrimination. No one should be prevented from pursuing the American Dream.
The Fair Housing Center is pleased to offer a fair housing training for service providers and community organizations, to enable them to better recognize and report instances of housing discrimination that may occur in the communities they serve. The session will offer a general overview of fair housing rights while also focusing on issues affecting immigrants, refugees, LEP populations, and those with diverse faith or ethnic backgrounds.
Free and open to the public.