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Fair Housing  Videos

Title Description
Accessible Housing: HUD Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines Presents the guidelines on accessibility for new construction, multifamily residential units, as required by the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988. 28 minutes. VHS 1994
Fair Housing / Fair Renting These videos, produced by the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, provide an overview of fair housing laws and protections. VHS. Available in Laotian, Spanish, Tai Dam, and Vietnamese.
Fair Housing: Remember the Message For people involved in the sale, ownership or management of real estate, it's essential to know fair housing law. Avery Friedman, one of the nation's foremost housing attorneys, shows how to limit your liability without limiting your profits. 83 minutes. VHS 
Fair Lending A dramatization of a bank undergoing review for fair lending practices under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Fair Housing Act, and Community Reinvestment Act. 45 minutes. VHS 
Home A revealing and moving presentation which tells the stories of families and individuals who have experienced discrimination in their search for housing. 11 minutes. VHS
Housing Discrimination: Who Should Ever Have to Get Used to That? A personal account of an African-American woman expressing how she feels after experiencing housing discrimination. The video also dispels the myth that financially qualified, well-educated people of color can live wherever they can afford. 8 minutes. VHS 
Lending Discrimination: Why is it Still Going On? This video documents one woman's attempt to obtain a home mortgage for her family at four different times in her life. The video discusses the difficulties that minorities face in obtaining home mortgage loans. 13 minutes. VHS
Minority Homeowners The NBC affiliate in Omaha provides a feature about minority homeownership. VHS 2003
Must There Be a Wall Between You and Me This video is a series of interviews with victims of discrimination as well as housing providers. It explains why housing discrimination hurts. 14 minutes. VHS 
Taking a Stand Centered around an incident of a Black family looking at a house in a white neighborhood, this thought provoking drama forces viewers to recognize the painful and far reaching effects of discrimination. 30 minutes. VHS 
Tour of Iowa: Fair Housing Awareness Project This video features the Iowa Civil Rights Commission's Fair Housing Awareness Project during 1988 and 1989. 15 minutes. VHS


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