Statement From the National Fair Housing Alliance Concerning the Violence in Charlottesville, Virginia

Statement From the National Fair Housing Alliance Concerning the Violence in Charlottesville, Virginia The National Fair Housing Alliance strongly condemns the violence of white supremacists and their advocates. Our thoughts are with the families and friends of Heather Heyer, Virginia State… Continue Reading Statement From the National Fair Housing Alliance Concerning the Violence in Charlottesville, Virginia

Civil Rights Organizations Accuse Deutsche Bank, Ocwen Financial, and Altisource of Housing Discrimination in 30 Metropolitan Areas

For Immediate Release July 26, 2017 Contact:  Jessica Aiwuyor | 202-898-1661 | jaiwuyor@nationalfairhousing.org Civil Rights Organizations Accuse Deutsche Bank, Ocwen Financial, and Altisource of Housing Discrimination in 30 Metropolitan Areas National Fair Housing Alliance and 19 Fair Housing Organizations Charge Deutsche… Continue Reading Civil Rights Organizations Accuse Deutsche Bank, Ocwen Financial, and Altisource of Housing Discrimination in 30 Metropolitan Areas

The National Fair Housing Alliance Calls on Senate to Reject the CHOICE Act

June 9, 2017 Contact:  Jessica Aiwuyor, 202‐898‐1661, jaiwuyor@nationalfairhousing.org The National Fair Housing Alliance Calls on Senate to Reject the CHOICE Act WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Fair Housing Alliance strongly condemns the action by the US House of Representatives yesterday to pass HR… Continue Reading The National Fair Housing Alliance Calls on Senate to Reject the CHOICE Act

Relman, Dane & Colfax Wins Landmark Seventh Circuit Decision For Wisconsin Transgender Student

In a groundbreaking decision, a three-judge Seventh Circuit panel unanimously affirmed a preliminary injunction that required the Kenosha Unified School District in Wisconsin to permit Ash Whitaker, a 17-year-old transgender boy, to use the boys’ restrooms at his high school.… Continue Reading Relman, Dane & Colfax Wins Landmark Seventh Circuit Decision For Wisconsin Transgender Student

FAIR HOUSING LAWSUIT ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PERSONS OF COLOR FILED AGAINST INDIANAPOLIS RENT-TO-OWN COMPANIES

For Immediate Release – May 30, 2017 Contact: Amy Nelson, Executive Director Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana Phone: 317-644-0673 x1001 Email: anelson@fhcci.org   FAIR HOUSING LAWSUIT ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PERSONS OF COLOR FILED AGAINST INDIANAPOLIS RENT-TO-OWN COMPANIES INDIANAPOLIS – Today,… Continue Reading FAIR HOUSING LAWSUIT ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PERSONS OF COLOR FILED AGAINST INDIANAPOLIS RENT-TO-OWN COMPANIES

Bank of America and the National Fair Housing Alliance Reach Settlement Agreement in Mortgage Loan Case

May 19, 2017 Contact:  Jessica Aiwuyor, 202‐898‐1661, jaiwuyor@nationalfairhousing.org   Bank of America and the National Fair Housing Alliance Reach Settlement Agreement in Mortgage Loan Case WASHINGTON, DC – Bank of America and the National Fair Housing Alliance (“NFHA”) announced today an agreement to… Continue Reading Bank of America and the National Fair Housing Alliance Reach Settlement Agreement in Mortgage Loan Case

In Case You Missed It: Here Is a Review of the 4th Annual NFHA 1K Slam!

On April 27th, 2017 the National Fair Housing Alliance hosted it’s fourth annual poetry slam. Poetry slams are our opportunity to connect creative arts with social justice. The event was sponsored by Chase, Nationwide, State Farm and Radian. Hosted by Joseph… Continue Reading In Case You Missed It: Here Is a Review of the 4th Annual NFHA 1K Slam!

Supreme Court Upholds the Right of Local Communities to Fight for Fair Housing With Recent Bank of America v. City of Miami Decision

By Morgan Williams In a precedent-setting ruling, the Supreme Court upheld the right of cities to sue banks whose practices harm the municipalities and their residents.  The decision in Bank of America, et al. v. City of Miami strongly ratified… Continue Reading Supreme Court Upholds the Right of Local Communities to Fight for Fair Housing With Recent Bank of America v. City of Miami Decision