Registration is now open for the Housing Center's 3rd Annual Rock the Block 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk at Edgewater Park on the lake. New this year is the option to register for teams of six or for a family of four. So gather your co-workers for an office challenge, or enlist family members for a bonding experience while supporting a great cause! Register securely online at www.hermescleveland.com. Participants will receive refreshments, commemorative T-shirts and goodie bags. Start training now!
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June 30th, 2014
Senate Bill 349 Would Make It Easier to Discriminate in Housing WASHINGTON, DC – A proposed bill in the Ohio Senate would make it easier for landlords and others to discriminate in housing and not to be held accountable for their actions. It would also cost the State at least $1 million in lost federal [...]Read More...
June 18th, 2014
Registration is now open for the Housing Center’s 3rd Annual Rock the Block 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk. The race will be help on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at Edgewater Park. New this year is the option to register for teams of six. So gather your co-workers for an office challenge, or enlist family [...]Read More... More News >
30 for 30 Campaign a Success!
Special thanks to friends of the Housing Center who provided monetary contributions totaling $24,362 in honor of our 30th Anniversary! We cannot achieve our vision to create vibrant, diverse communities without the generosity of individuals supporting our fair housing research, education, and advocacy activities. 30 for 30 Campaign donations will be used to fund our work to eliminate housing discrimination and ensure equal housing opportunities for all. Thank you for partnering with us to lay the foundation for another 30 years of hope!Campaign Contributors