Overcoming Historical Policies & Practices in the Quest for Fair Housing

 

Description

This 3-hour course covers the body of federal law, New York State and local laws prohibiting discrimination in housing and real-estate related transactions. The historical role of government reinforced racial segregation in housing is examined to promote a better understanding as to how historical policies & practices have ongoing impacts perpetuating barriers to fair housing and racial economic inequities, and what more can be done to address these barriers.

After this presentation participants will:

• Know the federal, New York State and local laws prohibiting housing discrimination

• Understand the historical role of government in reinforcing racial segregation and consider how historical

policies & practices still have fair housing impacts

• Examine New York State’s recent legislative response to combat fair housing violations

• Consider how barriers to fair and equitable housing can be addressed going forward

Approved for 3 Hours NYS CE Credit (also satisfies 3 Hours of Dept of State Mandated Fair Housing Requirement)

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CE Credits by LIVE DISTANCE EDUCATION (ZOOM) requires that you have both a microphone and a camera in order to earn CE Credit

Registrants will receive webinar instructions 24 hours prior to start.

  • Today, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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Accessibility Policy for LIBOR Courses:

Pursuant to 42 U.S.C.A. 12189, LIBOR offers examinations and courses in a place and manner accessible to persons with disabilities or will offer alternative accessible arrangements for individuals with disabilities. If you need accommodations that are necessary to meaningfully access LIBOR courses and testing, please contact LIBOR via email at educate@lirealtor.com or by telephone at 631-661-4800 x2, then option 2. LIBOR will review that request and then will explore with you what accommodations can be provided without fundamentally altering the nature of the course or the test with the final decision as to the particular accommodation to ultimately be decided by LIBOR upon completion of this process.

Registration Closed
  • CE Credits 3.00
  • Member: $30.00
  • Non Member: $60.00
  • F Fair Housing