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Racial Disparities in Housing: How Municipalities, Homeowners, Brokers and Banks Can Help

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Date Published

July 1, 2021


Monroe County Bar Association


Diversity, Real Estate


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A discussion of historical and continuing racial disparities in housing, and how all stakeholders can help combat and correct these disparities.

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Duwaine Bascoe
Abrams Fensterman LLP

DUWAINE BASCOE, ESQ., is an associate in the Rochester office of Abrams, Fensterman,Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara,... Read More

Darryl Dykes
Upstate Medical Center

DARYLL DYKES, MD, PHD., JD, is Chief Diversity Officer and Assistant Professor ofPublic Health and Preventive Medicine at... Read More

Melanie Funchess
Ubuntu Village Works LLC

MELANIE FUNCHESS is CEO/Principal of Ubuntu Village Works LLC in Rochester, NewYork.

Wade Norwood
Common Ground Health

WADE NORWOOD is CEO of Common Ground Health in Rochester, New York.

Dr. Mahala Shlagman
University of Rochester Medical Center

M. MAHALA SCHLAGMAN, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Universityof Rochester Medical Center Division of... Read More

Shane Wiegand
Rush-Henrietta School District

SHANE WIEGAND is a 4th grade teacher in the Rush-Henrietta School District and co-leadof the Anti-racist Curriculum Project... Read More

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