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Research Symposium on Fair Housing Explores the Past, Present, and Future of the Fair Housing Act
Jimmy Gastner
Abstract

Even though the Fair Housing Act has resulted in significant strides toward ending discriminatory real estate practices since it was enacted 50 years ago, significant challenges related to fair housing and fair lending still exist, requiring further action by researchers, policymakers, and advocates. This theme underpinned the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and the Center for Urban Research and Education at Rutgers University–Camden’s recent Research Symposium on Fair Housing, which highlighted the past, present, and future of the Fair Housing Act


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Jimmy Gastner, "Research Symposium on Fair Housing Explores the Past, Present, and Future of the Fair Housing Act" , Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Cascade, volume 2, number 99, Summer 2018.
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Keywords: fair housing act; poverty
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