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Emotional Support Animals and Support Animals

Posted on 03. Apr, 2017 by in Blog

Healthy Homes on Humanist Perspectives

Posted on 27. Mar, 2017 by in Blog

Listen: Executive Director Cashauna Hill discusses the Healthy Homes Ordinance, the New Orleans housing affordability crisis, and other issues related to fair housing in the New Orleans Area on the “Humanist Perspective.”

Posted on 24. Mar, 2017 by in Uncategorized

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New Orleans Substandard Rental Housing Crises Continues

Posted on 30. Jan, 2017 by in Education Media & Pubs, Participate (for sidebar), Reports, Uncategorized

New Orleans is a majority-renter city. Updated American Housing Survey (AHS) data released this month reveals that thousands of families continue to live in substandard rental housing. Despite slight improvements in housing quality, the 2015 AHS data reveals consistent housing trends since the last time AHS data was released in 2011. Housing quality is not keeping pace with recent dramatic increases in rent.

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Stop American Can Evictions

Posted on 22. Dec, 2016 by in Blog, Uncategorized

American Can Company is kicking out elderly folks, veterans, and people with disabilities during the holidays in order to make more money next year- all after benefiting from public dollars earmarked to develop and preserve affordable housing.

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Posted on 22. Dec, 2016 by in Uncategorized

Mortgage Giant Fannie Mae Accused of Racial Discrimination in New Orleans, Baton Rouge and 36 U.S. Metro Areas

Posted on 05. Dec, 2016 by in Blog, News

National Fair Housing Alliance, Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center File Federal Lawsuit Over Neglected Foreclosures

WASHINGTON, D.C. and New Orleans, LA — Today, the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (GNOFHAC) and 20 local fair housing organizations from across the United States filed a housing discrimination lawsuit against Fannie Mae in federal district court in San Francisco, California.  The lawsuit alleges that Fannie Mae purposely fails to maintain its foreclosures (also known as real estate owned or “REO” properties) in African American and Latino neighborhoods to the same level of quality it does for foreclosures it owns in white neighborhoods.  The data supporting the federal lawsuit, which includes substantial photographic evidence, shows a stark pattern of discriminatory conduct by Fannie Mae in the maintenance of its foreclosures.

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Analysis of Impediments Survey

Posted on 22. Nov, 2016 by in Blog

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GNOFHAC October Events!

Posted on 13. Oct, 2016 by in Blog, Events

Help Us Take Our Youth Programming Across Louisiana


Please join GNOFHAC staff, as well as councilmembers Jared Brossett, LaToya Cantrell and Susan Guidry on October 19th from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm at the Eiffel Society for a very special event to help us extend the reach of our youth programming.

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November 5: Run and Walk on Team Fair Housing in City Park

Posted on 07. Oct, 2016 by in Blog, Education Actions, Events, Participate (for sidebar), Uncategorized

Join GNOFHAC staff and friends as we walk and run for Fair Housing in the Crescent City Fall Classic 5k on Saturday, November 5!


Team Fair Housing: Fall Classic 2013

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