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“Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck|October 13, 2022

Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Bruce Feffer to Present “Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

“Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Bruce Feffer to Present “Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

“Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Bruce Feffer will participate in a webinar panel entitled, “Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights”. The webinar is sponsored by the NYC Commission on Human Rights, NYC Racial Justice Commission, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs and Rise Now, Inc. Mr. Feffer will be joined by members of each organization in a panel discussion on various topics relating to fair housing and discrimination in NYC real estate markets.  The webinar is free and will be conducted over Zoom.

Speakers on the webinar panel include:

  • Sam Yang, Fair Housing Liaison, NYC Commission on Human Rights
  • Harold Miller, Executive Director, NYC Racial Justice Commission
  • Christopher Kui, President, Rise Now, Inc.
  • Lydia Li, Neighborhood Organizer, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs
  • Bruce Feffer, Partner, Scarinci Hollenbeck

Attend “Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81278537145?pwd=QnFoZ08wL0puQllRY0xudFRsbE1KQT09#success

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Meet the Sponsors

NYC Commission of Human Rights

The New York City Commission on Human Rights is charged with the enforcement of the Human Rights Law, Title 8 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York, and with educating the public and encouraging positive community relations. The Commission utilizes restorative justice principles to address the harm caused by discrimination and bias, both in its handling of complaints and in its community partnerships.

Learn more about the NYC Commission of Human Rights: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/cchr/about/inside-cchr.page#:~:text=The%20New%20York%20City%20Commission,and%20encouraging%20positive%20community%20relations.

NYC Racial Justice Commission

The Racial Justice Commission (RJC), formed in 2021, is a charter revision commission tasked with examining structural racism within NYC. The RJC has examined the City’s Charter to identify structural barriers facing Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern and all People of Color (BIPOC*) in NYC and, based on community input, has put forward Ballot Questions aimed at eliminating barriers and promoting racial equity. 

Learn more about NYC Racial Justice Commission: https://racialjustice.cityofnewyork.us/about/

Rise Now, Inc.

Rise Now Inc. is a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization formed to educate and to provide technical assistance and support to low-income individuals, entrepreneurs and small business owners in need of access to affordable capital, culturally-and-linguistically appropriate information, development services, and financial resources in order to navigate and overcome barriers to economic security and success.   

Learn more about Rise Now, Inc.: https://risenowusa.org/

NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs

The NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) work recognizes that immigrant New Yorkers and their children make up a significant proportion of the City’s population.  MOIA’s responsibilities include advising and assisting the mayor, council, and other agencies on programs and policies related to and designed for immigrant New Yorkers; tracking state and federal policy and law that will impact immigrant New Yorkers; increasing access to city programs, benefits, and services by conducting outreach; and helping advise on the legal service needs of immigrants.  

Learn more about NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/immigrants/about/about-moia.page

About Bruce Feffer

Mr. Feffer has 30+ years of experience representing numerous clients in buying, selling, financing, and leasing all types of properties, including condominiums, houses, factories, warehouses, retail space, and office buildings. ​​He represents real estate developers, construction firms, property management companies, co-op corporations, condominium associations, and residential and commercial building owners and tenants.

Learn more about Mr. Feffer on his Scarinci Hollenbeck attorney profile: https://scarincihollenbeck.com/attorneys/bruce-feffer

“Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck
“Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” Webinar

On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner Bruce Feffer will participate in a webinar panel entitled, “Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights”. The webinar is sponsored by the NYC Commission on Human Rights, NYC Racial Justice Commission, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs and Rise Now, Inc. Mr. Feffer will be joined by members of each organization in a panel discussion on various topics relating to fair housing and discrimination in NYC real estate markets.  The webinar is free and will be conducted over Zoom.

Speakers on the webinar panel include:

  • Sam Yang, Fair Housing Liaison, NYC Commission on Human Rights
  • Harold Miller, Executive Director, NYC Racial Justice Commission
  • Christopher Kui, President, Rise Now, Inc.
  • Lydia Li, Neighborhood Organizer, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs
  • Bruce Feffer, Partner, Scarinci Hollenbeck

Attend “Justice in Housing: Know Your Rights” webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81278537145?pwd=QnFoZ08wL0puQllRY0xudFRsbE1KQT09#success

Add Google Calendar reminder:

https://calendar.google.com/event?action=TEMPLATE&tmeid=NG5nbTRxdTlmajJzMjZnOGYwdW5iczd0N3Igc2NhcmluY2lob2xsZW5iZWNrbWFya2V0aW5nQG0&tmsrc=scarincihollenbeckmarketing%40gmail.com

Meet the Sponsors

NYC Commission of Human Rights

The New York City Commission on Human Rights is charged with the enforcement of the Human Rights Law, Title 8 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York, and with educating the public and encouraging positive community relations. The Commission utilizes restorative justice principles to address the harm caused by discrimination and bias, both in its handling of complaints and in its community partnerships.

Learn more about the NYC Commission of Human Rights: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/cchr/about/inside-cchr.page#:~:text=The%20New%20York%20City%20Commission,and%20encouraging%20positive%20community%20relations.

NYC Racial Justice Commission

The Racial Justice Commission (RJC), formed in 2021, is a charter revision commission tasked with examining structural racism within NYC. The RJC has examined the City’s Charter to identify structural barriers facing Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern and all People of Color (BIPOC*) in NYC and, based on community input, has put forward Ballot Questions aimed at eliminating barriers and promoting racial equity. 

Learn more about NYC Racial Justice Commission: https://racialjustice.cityofnewyork.us/about/

Rise Now, Inc.

Rise Now Inc. is a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization formed to educate and to provide technical assistance and support to low-income individuals, entrepreneurs and small business owners in need of access to affordable capital, culturally-and-linguistically appropriate information, development services, and financial resources in order to navigate and overcome barriers to economic security and success.   

Learn more about Rise Now, Inc.: https://risenowusa.org/

NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs

The NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) work recognizes that immigrant New Yorkers and their children make up a significant proportion of the City’s population.  MOIA’s responsibilities include advising and assisting the mayor, council, and other agencies on programs and policies related to and designed for immigrant New Yorkers; tracking state and federal policy and law that will impact immigrant New Yorkers; increasing access to city programs, benefits, and services by conducting outreach; and helping advise on the legal service needs of immigrants.  

Learn more about NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/immigrants/about/about-moia.page

About Bruce Feffer

Mr. Feffer has 30+ years of experience representing numerous clients in buying, selling, financing, and leasing all types of properties, including condominiums, houses, factories, warehouses, retail space, and office buildings. ​​He represents real estate developers, construction firms, property management companies, co-op corporations, condominium associations, and residential and commercial building owners and tenants.

Learn more about Mr. Feffer on his Scarinci Hollenbeck attorney profile: https://scarincihollenbeck.com/attorneys/bruce-feffer

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