- “≤” [Less Than or Equal To]
A collection of provocative monologues about housing discrimination, inspired by real life stories. Originally conceived as an Off-Broadway play, the script is available for free to theater groups, university and high school theater departments, faith-based organizations, fair housing groups, and other non-profit organizations interested in doing readings or full productions.
- Deaf Rights in Residential Treatment Centers
A short educational ASL video and two public service announcements that discuss the fair housing rights of deaf and hard of hearing persons in residential treatment facilities.
- A Matter of Place
An award-winning documentary from the FHJC and Kavanaugh Productions that shines a bright light on present-day housing discrimination.
- America Divided: “A House Divided”
Legendary TV producer Norman Lear goes undercover to explore housing inequalities in New York City.
- A Home for Henry
Fair housing rights of deaf and hard of hearing populations in nursing homes and assisted living facilities are discussed in this short film about an elderly Deaf man residing in a nursing home.
- Testing the Divide
The companion documentary to Newsday’s Long Island Divided, the most exhaustive report on housing discrimination ever undertaken by a media outlet.