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Fair Housing in Salt Lake City. A Panel and Q&A Discussion.

April is Fair Housing Month! The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development enforce fair housing laws and annually provide Salt Lake City with funds to support community partners, vital programs and services that address housing challenges throughout the City every day. Additionally, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. As such, Salt Lake City invited experts from the domestic violence resource community, along with fair housing resources for an AMA event.

Find out why fair housing matters in our community, what to do if you feel you’ve been discriminated against, what protections are in place and what they are designed to do. To learn more about fair housing in Salt Lake City, visit

www.slc.gov/hand/fair-housing/

Moderator: Tony Milner | Policy and Program Manager Salt Lake City’s Housing and Neighborhood Development Division Panel:
Liz Watson | Vice President of Residential and Domestic Violence Services, YWCA Utah
Nick Jackson | Fair Housing Attorney, Disability Law Center
Monique Scott | Housing Community Resource Center Director, South Valley Services
Ethan Sellers | Community Development Grant Administrator, Salt Lake City’s Housing and Neighborhood Development Division



Fair Housing Act Awareness and Overview Video From Salt Lake City Housing and Neighborhood Development:

Ethan Sellers HAND talking about the Fair Housing Act as well as Fair Housing rights available to everyone in the United States.


If you feel your housing rights, that are afforded to every person in the United States, please contact the Disability Law Center: http://disabilitylawcenter.org/

If you or someone you know has suffered domestic or sexual violence, please reach out to either:

South Valley Services: https://www.svsutah.org/

or

YWCA Utah: https://www.ywcautah.org/what-we-do/safety/

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