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Our colleagues at the Fair Housing Justice Center in Manhattan have just released a new new film, A Matter of Place. We encourage you to watch this 30-minute, superbly crafted documentary on housing discrimination.
New Michigan Radio Series Looks at Legal LGBT Discrimination in Michigan – FHC staff Kristen Cuhran interviewed.
Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan (877) 979-FAIR firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday December 10, 2012 Contact: Pam Kisch (734) 994-3426, Attorney Jonathan Weber (734) 323-2535 $10,500 Settlement Adds to Total of More Than $1.7 Million Won by Fair … Continue reading
The October 14th issue of Between the Lines newspaper looks at local anti-discrimination ordinances in Michigan. If you think you’ve been discriminated against because of your sexual orientation or gender identity, call the Fair Housing Center at 1-877-979-FAIR. From Pride … Continue reading
#91-07 Fogel and Daniels v University Townhouses Ann Arbor Gretchen Fogel and Carla Daniels were denied the opportunity to apply jointly for a two-bedroom unit because they were not related by blood or law. Cooperating Attorney Helen Gallagher filed suit … Continue reading