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Lansing Defend Civil Rights Comment Party

The current administration is trying to roll-back an extremely important part of the Fair Housing Act, called the “Disparate Impact Rule.” This is an attack on housing and civil rights that could deeply impact communities of color, families with children, … Continue reading

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FHC Joins National Groups Opposing Changes to the Disparate Impact Rule

The Fair Housing Center has joined a diverse coalition of civil rights groups in a campaign to “Defend Civil Rights” aimed at mobilizing thousands of people across the country to oppose the proposed rule and sound the alarm on its … Continue reading

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Defend Civil Rights

A vital protection against housing segregation and discrimination is under attack. The current administration is attempting to rollback protections against housing discrimination by gutting a part of the Fair Housing Act (FHA). At stake is a protection under the FHA called … Continue reading

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Comment & Cocktail Hour

The current administration just launched an attack on housing and civil rights that could deeply impact communities of color, families with children, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities. Help protect our neighborhoods from discrimination and #DefendCivilRights!  Grab a drink and join us Thursday, … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Saves Fair Housing Act

The Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan has been working for 23 years to open up housing free from discrimination. Our work aims to allow people the ability to live where they choose – not where others deem acceptable. We … Continue reading

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