The mission of the FAIR HOUSING JUSTICE CENTER (FHJC), is to eliminate housing discrimination; promote polices that foster open, accessible, and inclusive communities; and strengthen enforcement of fair housing laws.

LATEST FROM FHJC

Opening Acts Newsletter: September 24, 2013

FHJC Presents New Fair Housing Documentary There is Still Time to Reserve a Seat for the October 3rd Premiere Next week, the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) will premiere a new documentary on fair housing. The film, entitled A Matter of Place, shines a bright light on housing discrimination, one of the most shrouded and […]

Opening Acts Newsletter: August 28, 2013

Lawsuit Alleges Racial Discrimination at Nassau County Apartment Building  Sign Says “Apartment for Rent,” But Not to African Americans On Wednesday, August 28, 2013, the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC), ERASE Racism, and three African American testers filed a lawsuit in federal district court (E.D.N.Y.) alleging that the owners and managers of an apartment building […]

Opening Acts Newsletter: August 19, 2013

Study Finds Housing Program Perpetuates Segregation Report Advocates Changes to Expand Housing Choice and Reduce Segregation On August 19, 2013, the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) released a report entitled Choice Constrained, Segregation Maintained: Using Federal Tax Credits to Provide Affordable Housing. The report is based on an analysis of ten years of data on […]

Opening Acts Newsletter: August 8, 2013

Suit Alleges Disability Discrimination by National Builder AVR Realty Opts for Aesthetics Over Accessibility On August 8, 2013, the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) and Suzanne Vilchez, a paralyzed woman who uses a wheelchair, filed a lawsuit in federal court (S.D.N.Y.) alleging that a national housing developer, along with its architects and engineers, engaged in […]

Opening Acts Newsletter: August 2, 2013

Flatbush Landlord Accused of Racial Bias FHJC Investigation Documents Race Discrimination in Gentrifying Buildings On August 2, 2013, the FHJC and four African American testers filed a lawsuit in federal district court (E.D.N.Y.) alleging that the owners and managers of apartment buildings located in Brooklyn discriminate against African Americans. The case resulted from an investigation […]