FHJC Testers Featured on NPR’s This American Life

This American Life: House Rules 

On November 22, 2013, the public radio program This American Life  featured a collection of stories focused on the issue of housing discrimination in the United States. In act one of the program, reporter Nancy Updike speaks with several Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) testers who are on the front lines of the struggle to eliminate housing discrimination in New York City. With hidden microphones, testers recorded rental agents telling African American testers that no apartments were available to rent, while informing white testers about available apartments.

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