Fair Housing Basics and Hot Topics Part 1
December 2, 2021
IFHC Attorney Ken Nagy and Executive Director Zoe Ann Olson cover a short history leading up to the passage of the Fair Housing Act, a brief overview of the Fair Housing Act and the 7 protected classes, the jurisdictional elements of a fair housing complaint, and examples of discriminatory conduct. Additionally, they cover three fair housing hot topics: National Origin Discrimination Issues, and Disability Discrimination Assistance Animals.
Language Access Compliance Under the FHA
December 9, 2021
Gary Hanes of Gary E. Hanes & Associates, LLC and Rob Christensen present information on Language Access Compliance under the Fair Housing Act (FHA/Title VIII) and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act via Zoom.
Fair Housing Basics and Hot Topics Part 2
December 16, 2021
IFHC Attorney Ken Nagy and IFHC Director Zoe Ann Olson cover a short introduction to the Fair Housing Act and hot topics based on evictions and barriers to rental and homeownership assistance and focus on issues based on race, color, religion/no religion, national origin, sex, familial status, and disability focusing on institutionalization and illegal evictions from assisted living and nursing homes and Criminal History as a proxy for discrimination based on Race/Color/National Origin (as well as eviction/credit score/income) and other protected classes.
Innovative Housing Solutions and Generational Wealth Creation
January 6, 2022
Lori Dicaire, Byron Folwell, and Bart Cochran present information on Innovative Housing Solutions and Generational Wealth Creation through Homeownership via Zoom. Together they cover innovative alternative housing and generational wealth-creating ideas, policies, and practices under the Fair Housing Act.
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing: Barriers and Solutions
January 27, 2022
IIFHC Attorney Ken Nagy and IFHC Director Zoe Olson present information on Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing: Barriers and Fair Housing Solutions via Zoom. IFHC Attorney Ken Nagy and IFHC Director Zoe Ann Olson will provide a short overview of the history leading up to the Fair Housing Act, an overview of Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, How to Recognize Discriminatory Land Use Policies and Practices and Transformative Solutions.
Special thanks to Latonia Keith, College of Idaho Vice President of High Impact, and Adam Briones, Practice and Economic Equity Director at The Greenlining Institute for their contribution to this presentation