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The Fair Housing Act (FHA), passed into law in 1968, protects…
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It’s tough for anyone to find affordable housing in New York City; if you have a disability, it’s even harder. But it’s important to know that you have options and rights.
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It is important now for NYC’s various components—government, nonprofit and faith-based philanthropies, and the private sector—to learn from the mistakes of the Sandy disaster so that its 890,000 residents with disabilities will be able to ride out future weather emergencies with minimal harm.