TV Coverage

Morgan Williams, NFHA’s General Counsel, speaks to ABC News about housing and the need for Disparate Impact as a core civil rights protection.

NFHA Board member and Executive Director of The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center, Cashauna Hill, testifies before the House Committee on Financial Services: “The Fair Housing Act: Reviewing Efforts to Eliminate Discrimination and Promote Opportunity in Housing.”

Keenya Robertson, NFHA Board Chair and President & CEO, Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc., testifies before the House Committee on Appropriations.

Jorge Soto, NFHA’s Director of Public Policy, speaks on ABC News about HUD’s proposed policy to remove mixed-immigration status families from public housing.

Debby Goldberg, NFHA’s Vice President of Housing Policy and Special Projects, gives remarks on the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act.

Jorge Soto, NFHA’s Director of Public Policy, speaks at Brookings Institute for the Homeownership While Black forum.

NFHA was featured on WUSA9 after its investigation of Evolve, LLC for housing discrimination against housing voucher recipients.

Lisa Rice, NFHA’s president and CEO, discusses fair housing rights with journalist Soledad O’Brien following NFHA’s lawsuit against HUD over Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing. They also discussed NFHA’s lawsuit against Facebook for housing discrimination.

NFHA was featured on local TV networks across the nation covering its lawsuit against Deutsche Bank for housing discrimination against Black and Latino communities. 

NFHA’s lawsuit against Facebook was featured on television, radio, and web-based media networks.