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.


Opening Acts: October 28, 2022

Registration Still Open for Webinar on Accessibility in Design and Construction FREE TRAINING SESSION WITH NATIONALLY KNOWN EXPERTS ON NOVEMBER 3RD There is still time to register for Accessible Housing: A Civil Right, a free webinar being hosted by the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC). This webinar is being offered to increase awareness of accessibility […]

Opening Acts: October 24, 2022

FHJC Board Elects New Officers EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WILL CONTINUE ADVANCING FAIR HOUSING MISSION The Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) is pleased to announce its newly elected slate of officers. President Anne Nacinovich, Vice President Rev. Dr.Yvette D. Wilson-Barnes, Treasurer Ramsey Chamie, and Secretary Michelle Sullivan-Brady were elected to two-year terms at the most recent meeting […]

Opening Acts September 26, 2022

FHJC Hosts Accessibility Design and Construction Training REGISTRATION OPEN FOR FREE WEBINAR WITH NATIONALLY KNOWN EXPERTS The Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) will be hosting a webinar on accessibility requirements in design and construction on Thursday November 3 from 1PM – 4PM ET. This free webinar, entitled Accessible Housing: A Civil Right. will provide detailed and reliable […]

Opening Acts: August 30, 2022

First Come, First Served (Unless You Have a Voucher)  SOURCE OF INCOME DISCRIMINATION ALLEGED IN NEW FHJC LAWSUIT Today, the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) and co-plaintiff Naomi Henderson filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court alleging source of income discrimination at the Brooklyn properties Beach Haven Apartments, located at 9-49 Murdock Court […]

Opening Acts: August 09, 2022

“No Different Than A ‘Keep-Out’ Sign” DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION CASE MOVES FORWARD AFTER DENIAL OF MOTION TO DISMISS On August 4, 2022 Federal District Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis denied a motion to dismiss and allowed the Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) to proceed with a federal lawsuit alleging that property owners 203 Jay St. Associates, LLC, Amtrust Realty Corp., […]