LIVE ZOOM: Intersectionality in LGBTQ+ Housing Discrimination

Friday, June 28, 2024: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m

This event will be hosted on ZOOM

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LGBTQ+ community members can be particularly affected by housing discrimination, with the impact intensified by economic discriminations related to race, ethnicity, age, disability, national origin, or gender expression. This class will consider the ways that identities, economics, and social policies intersect in today’s housing crisis, and how the law can help contend with the crisis. Learn what role discrimination plays in housing crises for LGTBQIA and other minority groups, what legal protections are available to respond to housing discrimination, and what local organizations can help with housing issues and discrimination complaints.

Presented by: LA Law Library staff - Chloe Casey, Community Resource Specialist; Mary Garcia, Reference Librarian; Christina Sheldon, Legal Education Librarian

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