Kentucky Pushes to Expand Fair Housing Rights to Residents – Fair Housing 5 for March 4, 2016

Although March is named after the Roman god of war and steward of agriculture, we’d like to think of the month as anything but war-like. Unfortunately, historians disagree about which Roman god was the god of fair housing (although Minerva or Janus would be two awesome candidates to be our fair housing patron), so we … Read more…

All Things Lexington Housing – Fair Housing 5 4 for October 16, 2015

We didn’t have to look far to find fair housing stories for this week’s post as so much is happening lately right in our backyard. With big announcements last week and big events happening this coming week, you could say that housing issues are finally getting some spotlight in Lexington. Thanks to all of our … Read more…

Whose Gentrification Is It? – Fair Housing 5 for September 11, 2015

Gentrification continues to be an oppressive if not polarizing issue in the fair housing world. While there’s nothing inherently wrong in simply investing in a neighborhood, there is a huge problem when people are displaced as a result. The reasons for that displacement range from – but are not limited to – the lack of … Read more…

A Late-Summer Salad of Fair Housing Goodness – Fair Housing 5 for September 4, 2015

Ahead of the Labor Day weekend, we’ve compiled a sample of the fair housing news that’s been happening this week, from takeaways from HUD’s fair housing conference in D.C. to what’s happening in a couple of cities around the country with all things fair housing. Also, be sure to check out our Facebook and Twitter … Read more…