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Housing Discrimination and the Minnesota Human Rights Act: Help your clients secure and establish stable housing

Housing Webinar 2.7.19

Join the Minnesota Department of Human Rights for a free webinar, “Housing Discrimination and the Minnesota Human Rights Act: Help your clients secure and establish stable housing,” at 10:30 a.m. on Feb. 7.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • Criminal background checks in housing and how they create a barrier to housing
  • How to recognize potential housing discrimination
  • How and when to contact MDHR if you believe you or your client is experiencing housing discrimination
  • Resources to help applicants and tenants enforce their rights

MDHR has a legal responsibility to implement the Minnesota Human Rights Act. As a member of the Minnesota Inter-agency Council on Homelessness, MDHR is increasing educational efforts and enforcement that is needed to eliminate discrimination on housing. MDHR is also working with other agencies to ensure they continue to work to stay discrimination free. Register now.

The webinar features MDHR Associate General Counsel Paul Ziezulewicz and Enforcement Officer Lenora White. They will present resources that can help your client secure and establish stable housing.

To request an ADA accommodation, please contact Communications Specialist Tim Carey at 651-539-1107 or at least four(4) business days in advance.

For more information, please contact MDHR at 651.539.1100 or email

Housing Discrimination and the Minnesota Human Rights Act

Date: Feb. 7, 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Meeting number:
591 222 571
Audio Connection:
1-888-7425095 (US/Canada) Call-in toll-free number

1-619-3773319 (US/Canada) Call-in number

Conference Code: 835 319 7438

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