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United Way LI $11,000 Grant

Trish Rivers UWLI and Ian Wilder LIHS
Trish Rivers UWLI and Ian Wilder LIHS

Long Island Housing Services Receives $11,000 Grant Award from United Way of Long Island to Support Fair Housing. (more…)

Fair Housing Test Coordinator opening

The Fair Housing Test Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in developing and implementing Long Island Housing Services’  fair housing enforcement activities in conjunction with other Fair Housing Program staff. The Coordinator will report directly to and be supervised by the Deputy Director or designated staff. Experience in analysis, research, investigation, public presentations, banking/lending and conducting training. Bilingual Spanish-English skills are required. Salary $42,250 and generous benefits. (more…)

Lending Discrimination under the Fair Housing Act

This is the sixth, and final, video in a series about Fair Housing Rights. This video includes information about U.S. government, New York State, Suffolk County and Suffolk County Fair Housing rights in Lending. (more…)

Advertising Discrimination under the Fair Housing Act video

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Fair Housing Prohibited Practices Overview

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How we fought housing discrimination last year 💥

Keep fighting for Long Island in 2020 📅

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Nassau County Housing Survey

The Nassau County Office of Community Development is in the process of preparing the Nassau County Five-Year Consolidated Plan for the period 2020-2024 and the 2020 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice. (more…)

A week of fighting housing discrimination!

Our job is to fight housing discrimination every day, but last week was so full of public events fighting segregation that we had to share it with you. We are going the share the week flashback style by starting with this past Friday and then running through the the rest of week starting with last Monday. (more…)

Call Congress on the Fair Housing funding gap for Long Island

This is personal!

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CBS: “This is not just a problem in the real estate industry . . .”

More Housing Discrimination Testing Needed

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