Owners and operators of Arlington Park Race Track charged in provision of backstretch housing to families with children
Wheaton, Illinois, September 1, 2005 -- Today, HOPE announces that the Department of Housing and Urban Development has charged Arlington Park Racecourse, LLC, and Churchill Downs, Inc., with violating the Fair Housing Act by restricting racetrack workers with children to housing that consists of overcrowded single-room units with no private bathrooms, no running water or air conditioning, while offering workers without children the option to
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMay 12, 2005
(Los Angeles, CA) The Housing Rights Center (HRC) and an aggrieved family obtained a settlement agreement with the owner of an apartment building in Pasadena, California. Plaintiffs alleged that the owner and manager discriminated against African American tenants and families with children. The case was resolved when the owners agreed to enter into a Co
For Immediate ReleaseJune 10, 2005Contacts: Beth Pepper, Esq. Counsel for BNI 410-752-2744Joe Coffey, Director, BNI 410-243-4468
Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.
Consent Decree to Remedy Alleged Harassment, Discrimination
Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law 1401 New York Avenue, NW - Suite 400Washington, DC 20005202-662-8600
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 31, 2004
HRC AND MOM ACHIEVE COMPENSATION AND 5-YEAR CONSENT DECREE AGAINST PASADENA OWNER BASED ON ADULTS ONLY SIGN AND QUESTIONS ABOUT HER CHILDREN
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 1, 2004
(Los Angeles, CA) The Housing Rights Center (HRC) and a mother of a 15-year old daughter obtained a consent decree and a $10,000 settlement against the owner of a small apartment complex in South Pasadena, California. Plaintiffs alleged that the owner and manager made discriminatory statements to families with children. The case was resolved when the owner and manager agreed to the
Contact: Martha M. Lafferty firstname.lastname@example.org x 28OrWilliam J. Brownvollaw@bellsouth.net423.476.4515
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lane v. Tennessee- Plaintiffs reach settlement with the State of Tennessee
March 23, 2005 - Nashville, Tennessee
The Plaintiffs in Lane v. Tennessee announced today that they have entered into a full settlement agreement with the State of Tennessee. Plaintiffs are represented by attorney William J.
HUD NEWS Department of Housing and Urban Development Alphonso Jackson, SecretaryOffice of Public Affairs, Washington, DC 20410
FOR RELEASEWednesdayFeb. 9, 2004
HUD CHARGES NEVADA HOMEBUILDER WITH VIOLATION OF FAIR HOUSING ACTBUILDER CANCELS CONTRACT DUE TO MOLD CONCERNS
WASHINGTON, D.C. The U.S.
NORTH CAROLINA FAIR HOUSING CENTER
114 W. Parrish Street Durham, NCPhone 919 667-0888 ext. 30Fax 919 667-1558Press Release
Contact: Stella J. AdamsPhone: (919) 423-4130FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJan. 18, 2005
Agreement resolves claims of discriminatory maintenance practices
RALEIGH, NC This week, the North Carolina Fair Housing Center and a family of African tenants announced the $62,500 settlement of their claims for discriminatory maintenance practices against United Dominion Realty Trust, Inc.
SOUTH SUBURBAN HOUSING CENTER 18220 Harwood Avenue, Suite 1Homewood, IL 60430Tel.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 1, 2004
(Los Angeles, CA) The Housing Rights Center (HRC) and an aggrieved family obtained a federal court judgment against the owner of a prominent loft development in downtown Los Angeles. Plaintiffs alleged that the owner and manager discriminated against families with children. The case was resolved when the owner and manager agreed to have judgment entered against them and paid the plaintiffs $35,004 in damages, plus attorneys