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Fulfilling the promises of the Fair Housing Act

A note from our Associate Director, 4/29/2022 You may know that April is National Fair Housing Month, when advocates across the country celebrate the passage of the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968. We’re reminded each April of the hard … Continue reading

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Fair Housing Center Resolves First Lawsuit in Shiawassee County – Reasonable Accommodation Granted to Corunna Resident

We are pleased to announce that a new fair housing disability discrimination lawsuit was settled in the Eastern District of Michigan by FHC Cooperating Attorney Daniel Gwinn. Our complainant accepted a monetary settlement and was given her reserved accessible parking space and sign. … Continue reading

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New Fair Housing Disability Lawsuit Settled in Livingston County

Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid MichiganPO Box 7825, Ann Arbor, MI 48107 (877) 979-FAIR www.fhcmichigan.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 26, 2020 Media Contacts: Pam Kisch, (734) 272-8383; Attorney Francyne Stacey, (734) 545-4883A copy of the filed complaint is available … Continue reading

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FHC Sues City of Howell

City of Howell Sued for Obstructing Housing for Women Recovering from Substance Use Disorders On January 27, 2020, Amber Reineck House, its Founder and President, Courtney Atsalakis, and the Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid Michigan filed a disability … Continue reading

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MSU Tiny Rabbit Case Resolved

Civil Rights Demands Change at MSU Sorority According to the complaint taken by the FHC in the fall of 2017, although Kayla Hicks’ need for an emotional support animal was well documented, East Lansing sorority Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) refused … Continue reading

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