A Discussion of HUD’s New Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule

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Washington Marriott at Metro Center

775 12th Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20005

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The National Housing Conference invites you to join us to examine HUD's proposed rule on affirmatively furthering fair housing. The long-anticipated rule provides guidance to HUD funding recipients on their obligation to reduce segregation and promote integrated communities under the Fair Housing Act. The agenda includes a presentation from Patrick Pontius, Special Policy Advisor to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan, expert perspectives on the rule, and an opportunity for participants to discuss possible reactions to the proposed rule.


SPEAKERS


  • Patrick Pontius, Special Policy Advisor, HUD
  • Nancy Rase, President and CEO, Homes for America
  • Peter Engel (invited), Deputy Commissioner, Baltimore Housing
  • Debby Goldberg, Special Projects Director, National Fair Housing Alliance
  • Lisa Davis, Program Officer, Ford Foundation
  • Chris Estes, President and CEO, National Housing Conference (moderator)

AGENDA


8:30 am

Registration and breakfast

9:00 am

Welcome

Chris Estes, President and CEO, National Housing Conference (moderator)

HUD Presentation of the rule and Q&A:

Patrick Pontius, Special Policy Advisor, Department of Housing and Urban Development

10 minute break

10:00 am

Panel Discussion

Nancy Rase, President and CEO, Homes for America

Peter Engel (invited), Deputy Commissioner, Baltimore Housing

Debby Goldberg, Special Projects Director, National Fair Housing Alliance

Chris Estes, President and CEO, National Housing Conference (moderator)

5 minute break

10:45 am

Open Discussion of Reactions to the Proposed Rule

11:50

Closing Remarks

Lisa Davis, Program Officer, Ford Foundation

Ethan Handelman, Vice President for Policy and Advocacy, National Housing Conference

We expect a diverse group of participants representing public agencies, other HUD grantees, fair housing advocates, for-profit and nonprofit housing developers, representatives of low-income renters, advocates for women and communities of color, and many other housing stakeholders. As part of this meeting we will discuss reactions to the rule, identify areas both of common interest and potential disagreement, and explore options for formal comments on the rule. Many of you have been deeply engaged in this issue and we look forward to your participation in what is sure to be a frank and fruitful discussion.


*Registration and Breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m.*


For those unable to attend in person, we're pleased to offer a live webcast, available here


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Washington Marriott at Metro Center

775 12th Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20005

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Since 1931, the National Housing Conference (NHC) and its members and partners have been dedicated to helping ensure safe, decent and affordable housing for all in America. We also look to the future. By combining the expertise of NHC's members with the research and analysis of the Center for Housing Policy (CHP), we develop ideas, resources and policy solutions for shape a new and brighter housing landscape.

NHC’s research affiliate, the Center for Housing Policy, specializes in solutions through research, working to broaden understanding of America's affordable housing challenges and examine the impact of policies and programs developed to address these needs.

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