July 22, 2021 @ 12PM-1:30PM
Lessons Learned from Long Island Divided
Would YOU pass the test on fair housing? Pulitzer Prize winner and No. 1 bestselling author Bill Dedman is ready to take you on a guided tour inside Newsday’s three-year investigation Long Island Divided and its documentary film Testing the Divide — raising awareness of illegal steering by real estate agents.
As one of the lead reporters, Bill developed the methodology for the investigation, including recruiting, training, and deploying 25 testers with hidden cameras.
In this special fair housing membership meeting you’ll discover:
- How were the tests conducted?
- What were the major findings?
- How can agents avoid steering?
- Can agents talk about schools?
- How can agents ensure fair treatment?
Don’t miss this opportunity to dive into the shocking investigation that prompted NAR to make sweeping changes to its approach to housing discrimination — including the addition of anti-bias training, the review of state licensing laws for agents, and the creation of Fairhaven, NAR’s recently launched self-testing fair housing simulation!
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