Poverty as a New Protected Class

Poverty as a New Protected Class

By: Caroline Iosso, Fair Housing Advocate. Since their inception, fair housing laws have aimed to integrate populations and persons of different ethnicities and races. These laws exist in order to promote equal access to housing opportunity and to en...

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Structural Violence: Discrimination in Housing

Structural Violence: Discrimination in Housing

By: Justina Walker, Legal Advocate Imagine working for ten to twelve hours every day, seven days a week. You’re exhausted. It is in part physical, but extends far beyond that. It is not normal, for those who come from more privileged backgrounds, but...

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Procesando su Demanda de Discriminación

Procesando su Demanda de Discriminación

El Acto Federal de Vivienda Equitativa (AFVE) se permite a cualquier persona presentar un reclamo de discriminación de vivienda. Si cree que ha experimentado discriminación por su dueño de la casa o un empleado del dueño de la casa (como el administr...

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Prosecuting Your Discrimination Complaint

Prosecuting Your Discrimination Complaint

The Fair Housing Act allows for anyone to bring a claim for housing discrimination. If you believe you have been discriminated against by your landlord or landlord’s employees (such as a building manager, “super,” or broker) and have suffered a loss ...

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