Speaker: R. Tamar Hagler, Deputy Chief, Housing and Civil Enforcement Section
Sexual harassment in housing impacts countless individuals, resulting in significant distress, eviction and homelessness. The conduct often involves unrelenting, unwanted sexual advances or requests for sexual acts in exchange for a place to live, repairs to the home, reduced rents or delayed evictions. During this session, hear from the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice about how to recognize sexual harassment in housing, and what options may be available to those who have been sexually harassed by property managers, landlords, maintenance workers, housing authority officials, or others with power over access to housing.
Session approved for 1.0 CLE credit | Cost is $25 for NFPA Members and $50 for non-members