Fordham Law

Housing Discrimination: History, Demographics, Law and Remedies

Discrimination in housing is the most pervasive and least litigated form of discrimination in the United States. It has deep historical roots, continues to spark intense inter-group conflict, severely restricts the ability of many to choose a place to live, and underlies problems as varied as educational, employment, and voting rights inequities. This course is intended to offer the opportunity to examine the background and current status of the problem, and to provide the tools by which practitioners can litigate housing discrimination claims effectively. No prior knowledge of the field is presumed.
Credits: 3

Type: SEM

Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? Yes