fair housing act

The lawsuit, filed by students who say they've been sexually assaulted, accuse the school of violating Title IX and the Fair Housing Act.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has begun the formal process of revamping the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule.
Fifty years ago, civil rights advocates hoped the passing of the Fair Housing Act would finally end racial segregation. It hasn’t.
Congress passed the Fair Housing Act shortly after King was assassinated, but America’s segregation levels are still high.
Landlords using the platform's ad technology can exclude women and families with children from viewing rental ads, according to the complaint.
Carson has proposed changing the department's mission statement to better reflect the Trump administration's priorities.
But proving that banks' misconduct harmed the cities directly will be an uphill battle.
Housing discrimination - by race, ethnicity, disability, familial status or other protected class - is a market distortion
This isn't a problem for just one state or community. Nationwide, nearly 700,000 people a year are being released from jails
What can the rest of the country learn from this region's move to shift its racist legacy? Cities all over the country are facing challenges of homelessness and housing affordability at the same time they are wrestling with what compliance with HUD's affirmatively furthering fair housing means. The case of Seattle illustrates what is at stake.
Several years ago, I spotted these notices taped to some utility poles all within a short distance of one another.
“[T]oo many Americans find their dreams limited by where they come from, and a ZIP code should never determine a child’s
It was in the wake of the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. in April 1968 that President Lyndon Johnson signed into law a major pillar of U.S. civil rights legislation, the Fair Housing Act.
The income gap between poor minority and middle-class white communities continues to widen. While the recovery has boosted housing prices overall, it hasn't boosted them in poor communities.
Sure, we've made some progress in chipping away at that legacy of segregation. But there's still a long way to go, and a
A deeply divided Supreme Court delivered an unexpected reprieve to civil rights groups on Thursday, ruling that housing discrimination need not be intentional in order to be illegal.
The nonprofit sued on the grounds that the outcome of this policy was racially discriminatory, even if the Texas housing
An alphabet soup of players and policies could have a big impact on where you live, how much you pay for housing, and whether or not you are denied a chance to move into a neighborhood that's good for your kids.