Howard University

Fair Housing Law for the People: The Civil Rights School

Fair Housing Law for the People: The Civil Rights School September 22nd, 23rd 2006
9:00am—4:00pm

Howard University School of Law Moot Courtroom
2900 Van Ness Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008

Special Seminar Sessions On:
The History and Future of the Fair Housing Movement The Environmental Justice—Fair Housing Connection
Equal Justice After Hurricane Katrina?

Special Saturday Session:
The State of Fair Housing in the Metropolitan Area

D.C. High School Student Essay Contest

Information Fair with Local Housing Resources Continental Breakfast and Buffet Lunch

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Sponsored by: Howard University Law School’s New Fair Housing Legal Clinical Program Initially Funded by a Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development FAIR HOUSING LAW FOR THE PEOPLE:

THE CIVIL RIGHTS SCHOOL An Innovative Program for Community Members to Learn About Their Rights to Fair Housing

Fair Housing Law for the People is Metro-Accessible by the Red Line. The School of Law is located one block south and one block east of the Van Ness/UDC Metro Station. Space is limited; therefore, pre-registration is encouraged to guarantee access to the meals and workshops. Organized groups are welcome. For more information, please contact the Howard University School of Law Fair Housing Law Clinic at (202) 806-8267 or via email at fairhousing@law.howard.edu



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