U.S. Bank Accused of Housing Discrimination

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The National Fair Housing Alliance, on March 11 2014, published:

U.S. Bank Accused of Housing Discrimination
Civil Rights Organizations Add Dallas, Hampton Roads, Va., New Haven and New Orleans
and New Evidence in D.C. Area to Complaint against U.S. Bank

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the National Fair Housing Alliance and four of its member organizations announced new evidence of housing discrimination by U.S. Bank, N.A. The civil rights groups allege that U.S. Bank continues to maintain and market foreclosed homes in white neighborhoods in a much better manner than in African-American and Latino neighborhoods. Failing to maintain and market homes because of the racial or ethnic composition of the neighborhood violates the federal Fair Housing Act.To view the press release in its entirety, please click here

To view the complaint please click here

To view the powerpoint presentation, please click here

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