Fair Housing Month Update: HUD Takes on Discrimination against People with Disabilities in Mortgage Lending
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Fair Housing Month Update: HUD Takes on Discrimination against People with Disabilities in Mortgage Lending
Fair Housing Month Update: HUD Takes on Discrimination against People with Disabilities in Mortgage Lending

Categories: Civil Rights & Voting, Housing

By Guest Blogger Bryan Greene, General Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Happy Fair Housing Month! This year, we celebrate the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act. … Continue reading

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Increased Availability of Accessible Housing Is a Must
Increased Availability of Accessible Housing Is a Must

Categories: Community Life, Housing

By Guest Blogger Mariah Kilbourne, Ms. Wheelchair America 2013 Freedom! Independence! As an eighteen-year-old college freshman, I was bound and determined for those things to become mine. As I crossed the threshold of my college dorm the first day of … Continue reading

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Moves to Independence Include Home Ownership
Moves to Independence Include Home Ownership

Categories: Community Life, Housing

By Guest Blogger Jan Nowak, Communications Director, Bethesda Lutheran Communities Home. One word, many meanings. For Ken Larson, Dick Servatius and John Zidlicky, three men with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the definition of home has changed dramatically during their path … Continue reading

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