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Past Lessons for Future Planning: Housing Discrimination in Spokane and Structural Racism 1.00 Credit

Past Lessons for Future Planning: Housing Discrimination in Spokane and Structural Racism (June 2019)

ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

This session explores the history of structural racism in the United States and Washington State and how using historical and social context can help advance race equity within justice system work. Using past and present institutional and systemic housing discrimination in Spokane, we highlight strategies to plan for the future. Focus on understanding the root causes and ongoing housing segregation in the Spokane area to develop informed strategies, policies, and decision-making towards better housing policy and development planning in Spokane.

Public Service Price*: FREE

Original Program Date: June 15, 2019
Product Code: 19563-3UMB

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0.50 Law & Legal Procedure
0.50 Other
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This on-demand session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, 20th Access to Justice Conference: Amplifying the Power of Community, recorded on June 14-16, 2019, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Presenters:
Marley J. Hochendoner – Northwest Fair Housing Alliance, Spokane, WA
Omid Bagheri – JustLead Washington, Seattle, WA


*Public Service Pricing Eligibility: WSBA offers free CLE courses to support volunteers who provide pro bono and public services through a Qualified Legal Services Provider or a WSBA Public Service Program, such as the Moderate Means Program and the Call to Duty Initiative. However, to qualify for the discounted public service rate, you must be authenticated as a volunteer. Contact publicservice@wsba.org to learn how to become authenticated and access this training or others for free.

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