FHAC

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FHACFair Housing Action Center (New Orleans, LA)
FHACFamily Health Awareness Campaign (Ministry of Health; India)
FHACForest Health Advisory Committee (est. 2000)
FHACFaith Hope and Charity (Society; DeLand, FL)
FHACFirst Historical Archives of China (Beijing, China)
FHACFair Housing Advisory Committee
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Nonprofit Victor Jones, an associate in the Deutsch Kerrigan LLPs New Orleans office, has been appointed as a board member for the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center and the Louisiana Center for Children's Rights.
(154.) Greater New Orleans Fair housing Action Center, Where Opportunity Knocks The Doors Are locked 11 (2014), www.gnofairhousing.org/wp- content/uploads/2014/11/11-06-14Where-Opp-Knocks-FINAL.pdf.
(155.) Greater New Orleans Fair housing action Center, housing Choice in Crisis (2009), www.gnofairhousing.org/wp- content/uploads/2011/09/HousingChoiceInCrisis2009.pdf.
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After I hung up the phone, I immediately forwarded the Craigslist ad to the New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center.
The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center filed an administrative complaint against the Web sites for violating the Fair Housing Act.
"Just before the storm, we were having huge fights with the city over affordable housing," says James Perry, executive director of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center. "There was this huge drive about getting people who would be affected by this to show up at City Council meetings to talk about this and advocate on their own behalf."
James Perry, of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center, told Congress during testimony in March that discriminatory postings for housing on the Internet "are perhaps the most concerning issues we have confronted since the hurricanes"--a reference to the storms, including Hurricane Katrina, that caused thousands of people along the Gulf Coast to lose their homes.
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