Fair Housing Association of CT
Fair Housing Association of Connecticut, Inc.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

39th Annual FHACt Fair Housing Conference

'50 years of the Fair Housing Act:
Challenges & Opportunities on the Road Ahead

1968 - 2018'

Thursday, April 26, 2018
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Sheraton Hartford South
100 Capital Boulevard, Rocky Hill, CT

Please click here for Directions

Highlights of the Conference Include:
  • Keynote Speech -- 'FAIR HOUSING: CONNECTING PEOPLE TO OPPORTUNITY: Challenges and Opportunities on the Road Ahead'
    Debby Goldberg, Vice President. Housing Policy and Special Projects
    National Fair Housing Alliance, Washington, DC
     
  • 'A HOUSE DIVIDED' -- A Norman Lear production made in conjunction with the Fair Housing Justice Center in NYC which explores housing discrimination and residential segregation in the NYC region followed by a presentation using CT Fair Housing Center testing data and other inputs to show how the problems outlined in the video are also prevalent in CT
     
  • An Interactive Audience Participation Exercise -- PUTTING 'A HOUSE DIVIDED' CONCEPTS INTO PERSPECTIVE AND USING THEM AS A BASIS FOR TAKING ACTION – Facilitated by Robin Trepanier, CHRO Housing Discrimination Unit Attorney and Fionnuala Darby-Hudgens,
    Community Outreach and Education Coordinator for the CT Fair Housing Center
     
  • 'OPENING THE CLOSED DOORS TO STABLE HOUSING FOR FORMERLY INCARCERATED PEOPLE' --
    Presented by: The Real Women of Orange Is the New Black

    Beatrice Codianni, Managing Editor, Reentry Central; Founder and Executive Director of Sex Workers & Allies Network (SWAN), New Haven

    Jackie Lucibello, Women's Resettlement Working Group, New Haven

    Both formerly incarcerated women know first-hand that there's nothing funny about incarceration. They will present 'real life' stories about the struggle to open closed doors to housing upon release from prison, relate how housing is the most critical component for successful re-entry, and discuss the work of their organizations to provide support, particularly with regard to finding and maintaining stable housing.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
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If you have questions regarding the Conference Registration Process, please contact:
FHACt Secretary Nancy Kasper at 860-749-0809 or njkasp@cox.net.