National Meetings Calendar

HUD To Hold 6 Forums To Aid Planning for Fair Housing

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is holding Symposia in six cities to help state, local and private officials to plan for affirmatively furthering fair housing. The brochure says the forums will help "America's neighborhoods to overcome spatial separation and segregation." This builds on the theme that racism is at the core of America's urban problems as stated by Secretary Cisneros in a New York Times interview in July, 1993.

Each forum will be held at the dates and locations below, (based on the brochure received 8-9-94 by the Advocate): Day 1, 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Day 2, 8:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m.; Day 3, 8:30 a-m. - 12:00 noon.

  • Chicago, IL - AUGUST 23-25
    O'Hare Hyatt Regency
    800/233-1234
  • Hartford, CT-August 29-31
    Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
    800/333-3333
  • St. Louis, MO-September 12-14
    Drury Inn-Gateway Arch
    314/231-8100
  • San Francisco, CA-September 21-23
    Holiday Inn North
    415/873-3550
  • San Antonio, TX-September 26-28
    Marriott Riverwalk
    800/648-4462
  • Atlanta, GA-October 17-19
    Days Inn Downtown
    800/329-7466

Rooms must be reserved directly with the hotel - ask for HUD symposia rate. For conference registration at $50, call or write: Fair Housing Information Clearinghouse at 1-800-343-3442, TDD 1-800-483-2209, or P. O. Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20860.

A program on "Litigating a Mortgage Lending Case" will be held September 23 and 24, by Chicago's John Marshall Law School. Rooms should be reserved by September 1, at the Palmer House Hilton, 17 E. Monroe St. Chicago II. 60603, call (312) 726-7500. Register by September 6, and pay $20 for two breakfasts and one lunch to the Conference Center, 315 South Plymouth Court, Chicago IL 60604, or fax (312) 427- 7128.

Topics include: Analysis of HMDA and census tract data, mortgage lending studies, and insurance redlining.

A Conference on Community Reinvestment and Fair Lending: Into the 21st Century, will be held by the New York Law School Friday October 7. The day long session will be held at the Stiefel Reading Room of the Law School at Church and Worth Streets, Manhattan.

The program will address recent government initiatives, the effect of proposed legal changes on lending, and the future of community reinvestment and fair lending. Those interested in attending should contact Professor Rick Marsico at New York Law School at (222) 431-2180.

NAHRW Annual Meeting in Knoxville

The 47th Annual conference of  the National Association of  Human Rights Workers, will be held October 26-30, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel; in Knoxville, TN.

Make hotel reservations by 10-4-94 by calling 1-800-233-1234 or (6 15) 637-1234.

Make advance conference registrations by 9-28-94, at a cost of $215. Contact Host Committee Chair, Russ Newman at (615) 546-5887, P. O. Box 1802,  Knoxville TN, or President Elect Leon Adams at (614) 466-9870.