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WRA 360 Episode 4: The Color of Wisconsin Property Law with Brian Anderson, General Counsel at ERDMAN
Sneak Preview with Mary Duff, WRA Chair

Building diversity, equity and inclusion in Wisconsin housing starts with all of us today. The Wisconsin REALTORS® Association invites you to a diversity discussion on April 29 featuring top keynote speaker and Madison-based attorney Brian Anderson for a dynamic, engaging and thought-provoking presentation into some of the causes behind Wisconsin’s housing segregation. Anderson will discuss Wisconsin laws and practices that have contributed to segregation in our neighborhoods and discrimination in our housing.

These discussions affect you, your neighbors and your community – and building awareness builds positive change. You’ll leave with a new understanding of the roots of segregation in our state and a new awareness of these critical issues.

Let us take this monumental journey together so we can ensure that everyone in Wisconsin has an equal chance of achieving the American dream.

-Wisconsin laws and practices that contribute to segregation in housing
-De jure vs. de facto segregation
-Forms of de jure segregation in Wisconsin
-Public housing
-Zoning laws
-Restrictive neighborhood covenants
-Redlining and homeownership programs
-Boundaries, highways and state-sponsored violence

-Event host: Wisconsin REALTORS® Association
-Special guest: Brian Anderson, attorney and general counsel for consulting firm ERDMAN
-Date and time: Thursday, April 29 at 2:00 p.m. CDT
-Fee: This event is free and open to the public

Apr 29, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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