Morgan Williams, NFHA’s General Counsel, speaks to ABC News about housing and the need for Disparate Impact as a core civil rights protection.
Keenya Robertson, NFHA Board Chair and President & CEO, of Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc., testifies before the House Committee on Appropriations.
Washington, D.C. — In his testimony to the House Committee on Financial Services, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Ben Carson was asked about the agency’s implementation and enforcement of the Equal Access Rule, which provides sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination protections in housing… Continue Reading STATEMENT: Advocacy Groups Condemn Carson for Misleading Congress Over Equal Access Rule
For Immediate Release April 23, 2019 Contacts: Jessica Aiwuyor | (202) 898-1661 | email@example.comJaclyn Diaz | (202) 662-4199 | firstname.lastname@example.org WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) joined forces with the Georgetown Law Civil Rights Clinic to… Continue Reading National Fair Housing Alliance and Georgetown Law Civil Rights Clinic File Federal Lawsuit to Stop Housing Discrimination in D.C.
April 8, 2019 Contact: Jessica Aiwuyor, Associate Director of CommunicationsJaiwuyor@NationalFairHousing.org Last week, Steve Rasmussen, Chief Executive Officer of Nationwide, announced that he will retire from the company later this year after a 45-year career in insurance. The National Fair Housing… Continue Reading Statement of the National Fair Housing Alliance on the Retirement of Steve Rasmussen, CEO of Nationwide
For Immediate ReleaseMarch 19, 2019 Contact: Jessica Aiwuyor | (202) 898-1661 | email@example.com Fair Housing Groups Settle Historic Lawsuit with Facebook: Transforms Facebook’s Ad Platform Impacting Millions of Users The recent settlement agreement between fair housing groups and Facebook sets… Continue Reading Fair Housing Groups Settle Lawsuit with Facebook: Transforms Facebook’s Ad Platform Impacting Millions of Users
On Tuesday, February 26, 2019, the House Committee on Financial Services, chaired by Congresswoman Maxine Waters, held a hearing entitled, “Who’s Keeping Score? Holding Credit Bureaus Accountable and Repairing a Broken System.” Witnesses included Lisa Rice, President & CEO of… Continue Reading Lisa Rice’s Testimony Before the Full House Committee on Financial Services
For Immediate Release: January 29, 2019 Contact: Stephanie Shumate, 352-318-1924, firstname.lastname@example.org Equitable Housing Being Preempted by Legislatures Throughout the Country #EqualHousing Washington, D.C. — A majority of state legislatures are using preemption laws to block local equitable housing policies, worsening the lack of affordable… Continue Reading Searchable Map Highlights Prominent Examples of Local Affordable Housing Efforts Blunted by Preemption
In April 2018, the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) filed a fair housing complaint with the Washington, DC, Office of Human Rights against Evolve LLC (“Evolve”). NFHA investigated and found evidence that the company discriminated against housing choice voucher… Continue Reading NFHA Featured on WUSA9 for DC Fair Housing Investigation
For Immediate Release November 29, 2018 Contact: Jessica Aiwuyor | (202) 898-1661 | email@example.com DC Attorney General’s Office Files Lawsuit Against Evolve, LLC Following National Fair Housing Alliance Complaint and Investigation Today, the DC Attorney General’s office filed a lawsuit… Continue Reading DC Attorney General’s Office Files Lawsuit Against Evolve, LLC Following National Fair Housing Alliance Complaint and Investigation