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An original illustration by Artist Ronald Scarbough Pays Tribute to Mr. Schrupp’s contribution to fair housing in the Metropolitan Detroit area. Read more

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  • Celebrating the Life and Work of Clifford C. Schrupp
  • A Unique Opportunity to Help the Cause for Fair Housing

News Update

  • 40th Anniversary Fair Housing Leadership Awards

    After 40 years of championing the cause of fair housing and civil justice, it is time to celebrate!!!  The Fair Housing Center of Metropolitan Detroit will celebrate its 40th Anniversary at the Fair Housing Leadership Awards Reception which will be held at the Federal Reserve Conference Center, 1600 E Warren Ave, in Detroit, Michigan on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 beginning at 5:30 pm. 
     
    Joining us are true social justice warriors: Peter Hammer, Esq. Stephen Henderson, Mayor Brian Hartwell, Esq. And Jim Pierson.
    Special Acknowledgement to our Sponsors: 
    Dart Properties II LLC
    Associated Management Company
    Comerica Bank
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OVER 11 MILLION DOLLARS WON IN SETTLEMENTS
Averaging over $33,000 per concluded litigation
SUPPORTING FAIR HOUSING THROUGHOUT THE US
FHCMD has assisted in over 20 metropolitan areas in the US
OVER 6,000 COMPLAINTS ACTIVELY INVESTIGATED
Since the formal inception of FHCMD in 1977.

Margaret Brown on WDET radio

Margaret Brown on WDET radio
On December 15, 2016, FHCMD Executive Director Margaret Brown appeared on WDET radio with Bridge Magazine reporter Mike Wilkinson on the Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson program. Together they discussed Mr. Wilkinson’s article, “Black Flight to Suburbs Masks Lingering Segregation in Metro Detroit,” and racial segregation in housing.
 
To hear a recording of the broadcast, click on the link below to open a page on the WDET website, then click on the audio link just above the social media and printer icons on that page.
 
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The evidence from the housing discrimination complaints filed with FHCMD by home seekers, from the "testing" conducted by the FHCMD, and from the statements provided by many housing providers who support fair housing laws and are willing to step forward to help expose violations of those laws, demonstrates that practices of unlawful housing discrimination continue and the services of FHCMD are needed. Read more