April is Fair Housing month, and this year HUD launched a campaign that is focused on anti sexual harassment in housing to protect people from experiencing sexual harassment from a landlord, property manager, or maintenance worker. According to a recent study published by the Missouri Law Review, 1 in 10 low income women experienced sexual […]Read More →
Many people experiencing homelessness are immigrants, some of which are undocumented. With the recent political legislature, more immigrants are facing homelessness, housing discrimination, and some are living in detention centers still separated from their children. In 2016, the Pew Research Center estimated an immigrant population of 43.7 million (1). Approximately 25% or around 10 million […]Read More →
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 protects people from discrimination when purchasing, renting, seeking housing assistance, getting a mortgage or engaging in other housing related activities (1). This groundbreaking legislation it occurred during the Civil Right Movement, and was signed into order by Lyndon B. Johnson a week after the assassination of Martin Luther King […]Read More →
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