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Phasing Out Unhealthy Homes: Information for Landlords and Tenant Protections.
Photo Courtesy of David Grunfeld, nola.com  After over a decade of New Orleans’ renters demanding safe and healthy standards for rental properties, the City of New Orleans’ Healthy Homes program became effective on January 1, 2024. The Healthy Homes Program is accepting applications from landlords of properties with more than 50 rental units. All landlords […]
Welcoming LaFHAC’s New Executive Director Ameca Reali
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of LaFHAC’s new Executive Director, Ameca Reali. A graduate of Loyola University College of Law, Ms. Reali has lived and worked in Louisiana for more than a decade, creating sustainable, safe, and thriving communities.  We got the chance to speak with her about her new role. Q: What […]
LaFHAC Welcome’s our Newest Staff Member, Moe Moore
Help us give a warm welcome to Moe Moore, LaFHAC’s new Education Coordinator! She received her bachelor’s in Anthropology from Louisiana State University and her master’s in Applied Anthropology from Mississippi State University. She has focused her research on disparities in New Orleans based on the intersectionality of race, gender, and sexuality and will use […]
LaFHAC Welcomes Our Newest Staff Member, Ella Catherine Strahan
LaFHAC is pleased to welcome our newest team member, Ella Catherine Strahan, who will be working with us as our policy analyst. They have worked with Southern Solidarity for the past several years, providing direct relief to unhoused New Orleanians. Ella Catherine is very excited to fight for justice with the Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center, […]
Fit for a King 2024 Keynote: Dr. Robert D. Bullard
Register today for LaFHAC’s 17th annual Fit for a King Fair Housing Summit on Friday, January 12th, 2024 from 9:00am – 2:00pm CST. This year there will be both a virtual and an in-person attendance option. Come join us at the New Orleans Jazz Market or watch via livestream. Register here or with the link […]
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LaFHAC Honors Native American Heritage Month
In November, we pay tribute to and uplift Native American communities as part of Native American Heritage Month in an effort to raise awareness about the ongoing housing discrimination they experience. Five centuries of colonial oppression have been met with courageous resistance from Native peoples, yet the effects of this oppression live on. In the […]
LaFHAC Endorses the Big Easy Deal
LaFHAC is proud to work in coalition with 36 other organizations through the Big Easy Budget Coalition to push for the City of New Orleans to invest in building thriving communities and preventing violence. The coalition is advocating for the Big Easy Deal, a plan that would use $148M of the city’s budget to address […]
Fit for a King 2024 Registration Live
Registration for LaFHAC’s annual Fit for a King Fair Housing Summit is now open! The event will be held on Friday, January 12th, 2024 from 9:00am – 2:00pm CST. This year there will be both a virtual and an in-person attendance option. Come join us at the New Orleans Jazz Market or watch via livestream. RSVP to […]
LaFHAC is Seeking an Education Coordinator
Want to learn more about housing justice while also educating the community? Apply to be our next Education Coordinator. The Education Coordinator will build, institutionalizeand facilitate LaFHAC’s educational offerings to a wide array ofstakeholders. Learn more with the link below.
Fit for a King 2024, Save the Date!
We hope you’ll save the date for LaFHAC’s annual Fit for a King Fair Housing Summit on Friday, January 12th, 2024 from 9:00am – 2:00pm CST! Our 2024 theme will be “As the South Goes, so Goes the Nation: What the South Can Teach the Fair Housing Movement”. We are also excited to announce that this year there […]
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