Thirst for Equality:
A Discussion of Civil Rights Issues in Housing and Lending in Central Ohio
Come experience one neighborhood’s fight for clean water and justice in the uncomfortably recent U.S. District Court decision, Kennedy vs. City of Zanesville (2008). Featuring a live reenactment of the landmark case. This unique civil rights education class is not to be missed!
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Not your average civil rights class! Join us as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act with dynamic presentations featuring:
- Impact of Civil Rights – G. Michael Payton, Executive Director, Ohio Civil Rights Commission; Justice Evelyn Lundberg Stratton, Retired; Edward Forman, Civil Rights Attorney, Marshall & Forman LLC; Clarence Mingo, Franklin County Auditor
- History of Civil Rights – Ronnell Tomlinson, Director of Housing Enforcement and Alternative Dispute Resolution, Ohio Civil Rights Commission
- Fair Lending – Marianne Collins, Executive Director, Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association
Includes three (3) hours Civil Rights C.E. and on-site parking. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.
Hosted in partnership with the Columbus REALTORS®, Columbus Realtist Association, Columbus Mortgage Bankers Association, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association, and Women’s Council of REALTORS®.