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4B. Fair Housing and Neighborhood Rights: Using the New Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule to Advance Access to Opportunity and Racial Equity

Housing advocates have a rare opportunity to shape the implementation of HUD’s new Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule to ensure that the Analysis of Fair Housing (AFH) becomes the powerful tool to attack systemic racial and economic injustice and expand equal access to opportunity promised by the Fair Housing Act. This workshop will focus on combining policy, legal, and organizing strategies including: data mapping and community engagement; involvement in the AFH and Con Plan processes; and administrative and legal challenges to failures to comply with fair housing and other civil rights obligations attached to public funds, to increase housing choice in higher opportunity areas, preserve affordable housing in gentrifying areas, and mitigate the economic, social, educational, and health effects of segregation on high-poverty racially and ethnically concentrated communities. We will use case studies, including collaborative work between advocacy and organizing groups in Texas and legal strategies to preserve and expand affordable housing in Minnesota, to illustrate innovative approaches to fair housing issues, and to set out practical strategies that can be applied across issues and communities.

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