Celebrating Equality—The Fair Housing Act at 50

Join us on Monday, April 9 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum for the Bismarck Fair Housing Act Film & Panel Discussion. There will be a special screening of films highlighting the importance of fair housing, followed by a panel discussion about the impact of fair housing in North Dakota.

Three short films will be screened: the award-winning Seven Days; Matter of Place; and Brick by Brick.

The panel discussion in Bismarck will be moderated by Aruna Seth of the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition. She will be joined by: Michelle Rydz, Executive Director of High Plains Fair Housing Center; Royce Schultze, Executive Director of the Dakota Center for Independent Living; Cheryl Kary, Executive Director of the Sacred Pipe Resource Center; David Klein, Executive Director of Stutsman County Housing Authority; and Lorraine Davis, Executive Director of the Native American Development Center.

The event is free and open to the public. ADA accommodations available. Contact ADA@Human-Family.org for more information.

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Monday, April 9
6:00pm-8:00pm
North Dakota Heritage Center
612 E Boulevard Ave, Bismarck ND
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