Restorative, anti-racist education does not replicate harm and dehumanization through excessive isolation and dismissive practices. Rather, it supports transformative, authentic change so that fair housing is truly realized by all
In the first of its kind, Evanston, Illinois, has created a reparations program that seeks to begin the process of redressing harm from the housing industry. Let's talk about reparations and Evanston's groundbreaking initiative
Modern research confirms diversity promotes and correlates with business success rather than scarcity — and one real estate company is pushing to make this a reality through its mentorship program. Here's how
Although some associations attempt to advocate marginalized voices, the stated intent is often far from the actual impact. Speaking up to seek accountability for authentic justice, equity, diversity and inclusion is what this moment requires from us all
Although some associations attempt to be a beacon of belonging, if you whip out a magnifying glass, it is glaringly obvious that these diversity and inclusion councils are in name only. Here are the ramifications of that
Impact is greater than intentions. The solution then is not solely to be a well-meaning real estate professional but an actively antiracist one. Here are a few resources to help you
Language has the power to unite or divide, develop or destroy, so let's choose our words deliberately to advance the true spirit of fair housing. Here's why we should reevaluate the word 'discrimination.'
As we leave behind a turbulent 2020, agents have an opportunity to continue to show courage at an individual level. Here's how to join the new year's challenge to be defenders of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion