This American Life broadcast a history of the Fair Housing Act, the factors leading up to it, the individuals and agencies who played different roles in it’s evolution, and what it means to our society and the actual people affected by discrimination. Radio worth listening to. Podcast available after 11/24/13 here.
The friendly panel of experts…
As with every fair housing event where animals and reasonable accommodation are on the menu, there was much vigorous discussion. See the Terms: Glossary and Definitions pages for more information.
Advanced Fair Housing Workshop
Mark your calendar and join us March 22, for the Advanced Fair Housing training on Reasonable Accommodations and Reasonable Modifications. It will be a day to learn and get answers to questions from a panel of experts. Questions can be asked during the session but feel free to pre-submit questions so the panel has time to research.
Log on and register at: http://www.hud.gov/apps/calendar/event.cfm?state=id&record=12842&scheduleID=12587&calendarID=16
Panelist members: Kristina Miller, HUD FHEO Office; ZoeAnn Olson, Intermountain Fair Housing Council; and David Penny, Civil litigator representing residential landlords
Date & Time: March 22, 2013 / 8:30 – 12:30 (Check-in starts at 8:00am)
Location: Nampa Civic Center, 311 Third Street South
The City of Pocatello’s Neighborhood and Community Services Division is sponsoring a Section 3 Workshop on Monday, March 19 in City Hall. The training is listed on the HUD website as shown in the following paragraph. You can click here or on the link below to register, or contact Cass at 208-234-6188 for more information.