Key protections against housing discrimination are under attack.
A HUD proposal would allow many forms of housing discrimination to go unchecked. Public comments on this proposal were due October 18, 2019.
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The Trump Administration has issued a harmful proposal that will make housing discrimination easier to engage in, but harder to prove.
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Who we are
The National Housing Law Project’s mission is to advance housing justice for poor people and communities. We achieve this by strengthening and enforcing the rights of tenants, increasing housing opportunities for underserved communities, and preserving and expanding the nation’s supply of safe and affordable homes.
NHLP hosts the national Housing Justice Network (HJN), a vast field network of over 1,500 community-level housing advocates and tenant leaders. HJN member organizations are committed to protecting affordable housing and tenants’ rights for low-income families.
For over five decades, Western Center has advocated on behalf of Californians experiencing poverty in every branch of government—from the courts to the Legislature. Through the lens of economic and racial justice, we litigate, educate and advocate around health care, housing, and public benefits policies and administration.
The Shriver Center on Poverty Law provides national leadership in advancing laws and policies that secure justice to improve the lives and opportunities of people living in poverty.
National Housing Law Project
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San Francisco, CA 94103
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Western Center on Law & Poverty
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Staff Contact: Matt Warren,
Shriver Center on Poverty Law
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Chicago, IL 60603
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