A panel of black Portlanders, moderated by Dr. Carmen Thompson, will reflect on ways their families and neighbors sustained the meaning of home during the 20th Century despite local and national blocks that sought to prevent them from doing so.
Dr. Richard Rothstein and Dr. Karen Gibson discuss the history of housing segregation at a local and national level.
Three researchers present new sources related to the history of housing segregation—and resistance to that discrimination—in Portland.
Looking to observe Fair Housing Month in April? Here are a few resources.
This April, celebrate National Fair Housing Month with the National Association of REALTORS®, Fair Housing Council of Oregon, and RMLS™.
Fair Housing Basics and Historical Perspective on Fair Housing Laws with Jo Becker of Fair Housing Council of Oregon
Six expert speakers will discuss various aspects of the importance of accessible housing.
The Fair Housing Act covers housing ads, and housing providers are liable for illegally discriminatory ads.
Commemorate Fair Housing Month with a few ideas we’ve rounded up—they can be done individually or with all your coworkers.
Following is a guest post by Jo Becker, Education/Outreach Specialist for the Fair Housing Council of Oregon. The topic of fair housing testing strikes fear and incites anger in many within the housing industry—independent landlords and professional property managers, sales brokers, mortgage lenders, homeowners’ associations, and other housing providers. Most are very unclear what testing […]