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$850K Fights NJ Housing Discrimination

Home News Tribune / — January 30, 2018

From The Daily Rundown

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced it is awarding $37,069,625 under its Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) to confront discriminatory housing practices.

In New Jersey, four local fair housing organizations were awarded $850,000.

HUD's grants will support fair housing organizations working to confront violations of the nation's landmark Fair Housing Act. Awarded were Fair Housing Council of Northern New Jersey, $125,000; Citizen Action of New Jersey, $125,000; New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund Inc., $250,000; and Fair Housing Council of Northern New Jersey, $300,000. Visit

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