1998 issues of The Advocate
FHAC accused the apartment owners of segregatingAfrican-American tenants in apartments on one side of the 140-unit complex, requiringAfrican-Americans to use a swimming pool separate from whites, and denyingAfrican-Americans the same services provided to white tenants.
The agreement, filed in U.S. District Courtin Mobile, resolves allegations that Springdale Stores, Inc.
The agreement will enable 56 first-floorcondominiums at the Pueblo at Santa Fe condo complex in Las Vegas to be remodeled so theyare accessible to people with disabilities.
Georgia'scivil rights commission gets its first civil court judgment
The case leading to the judgmentinvolved an African-American, single mother, Greta Douglas, and her young son who soughtto rent a Los Alamitos, California apartment. They asserted that the defendants deniedthem the apartment because of their race and family status.