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CT Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities

and Fair Housing Association of CT present

41st Annual

Fair Housing Conference

Reconnecting Through a New Lens:

Communities That Are Inclusive

Wednesday, April 27th | 9:00am - 12:30pm



Join housing advocates, providers, developers, policymakers and others for Connecticut's only conference focused on fair housing issues.


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Michael Allen, Relman Colfax PLLC

& Greg Kirschner, CT Fair Housing Center

How CT Towns Can Avoid Litigation Over Group Homes & Affordable Housing

Two leading experts in federal and state fair housing law will discuss three recent cases involving Connecticut towns.

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Film Screening & Panel Discussion

Testing the Divide

Watch and discuss Newsday and Fair Housing Justice Center's film Testing the Divide, which explored their groundbreaking 3-year investigation of housing discrimination on Long Island.

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Michelle Dumas-Keuler, CHRO

Fair Housing Law & Legislative Update

Ms. Dumas-Keuler, an attorney with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities, will share the latest updates on fair housing law and legislation.



Show your organization's support for fair housing by sponsoring this year's conference!

For $250, become a Fair Housing Friend sponsor. Fair Housing Friends will be recognized throughout the conference with your name and logo displayed on-screen before the opening remarks and during breaks between presentations.

Our attendees represent the nonprofit, government, advocacy, housing & community development, building, legal, and related sectors, from Connecticut and beyond. A portion of your sponsorship may be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

To learn more about sponsoring the 2022 Fair Housing Conference, or for questions about this year's event, contact Margaret Suib, FHACT Chairperson, by phone or email.


The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) seeks to eliminate discrimination through civil and human rights law enforcement and to establish equal opportunity and justice for all people in Connecticut. We enforce state and federal human rights laws that prohibit discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations and credit transactions, as well as state contract compliance laws and laws regarding affirmative action in state employment. And we engage in community education and outreach to teach the public their rights and inform them of the services we provide.

The Fair Housing Association of Connecticut, Inc. is Connecticut’s membership educational and charitable corporation whose mission is to develop cooperation among producers and consumers of housing and other nonprofit groups and organizations, to meet the fair housing needs of the people of the State of Connecticut. FHACt provides information and educational resources concerning fair housing issues and strategies, and maintains mechanisms for statewide communication and enforcement of fair housing laws.