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National TV show seeks African American interviewees for housing discrimination story. Paid role.

This is a casting call issued to African Americans and Multiracials. Payment terms TBD (to be determined)

Contact JVLCasting@Gmail.com

The show seeks African American and Interracial couples/families, who feel like they were discriminated against and want to share their story.  

It could be a multitude of reasons on why they feel this way…they fit the criteria but still got denied, they had a hard time with real estate agents, they’ve been given the run around, they feel like they’ve been treated unfairly, strange things were said to them, etc…

It can be someone who is currently experiencing this or did experience it in the past.

Maybe you know people who have been affected by this and would want to share their story and help be the change?

Casting is nationwide excluding CA.

you are being referred by William at www.smallwall.net

for consideration

Contact JVLCasting@Gmail.com

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Legal help when landlords say no to Section 8 or disability checks.

download the lastest apartment lottery lead sheets here.

Landlords who say no to Section 8 housing vouchers or disability checks when you pay the rent  are breaking the rules. Fortunately you can do something about it.

Call 617-884-7568 to report your trouble or visit the Suffolk Law Housing Discrimination Testing Program web site at http://www.suffolk.edu/law/hdtp 

Suffolk Law’s Housing Discrimination Testing Program (HDTP) is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to work in partnership with the Boston Fair Housing Commission to eliminate housing discrimination in the Boston metro area through testing, enforcement and education.