The lack of housing across the country has undeniably reached crisis proportions. In New York City, for example, the crisis has become so severe that there are virtually no habitable units available for occupancy. The seriousness of the situation is compounded by the fact that no immediate solution of the national crisis is foreseeable. For the present, therefore, the country must attempt to make do with the inadequate housing it now possesses.
This article provides guidance to those representing litigants in housing discrimination matters to negotiate the procedural choices provided by the FHAA.
Analysis of the segregating effects of the private sector on housing, gentrification, and abandonment of inner-city communities; federal policy remedies
By focusing on human rights advocacy, dometic problems of inadequate housing and homelessness can be improved.
Too often, one senses that those who dominate the in rem policy de-bates are presiding over a funeral, while accusing each other of murder.