April 27, 2016- Human Relations Investigator Claudia Sosa-Ducote discusses Delaware’s fair housing laws, who is protected against discrimination in housing under those laws, and how to fight illegal housing discrimination by filing a complaint, at no cost to you, with the Division of Human Relations.
El 27 de Abril de 2016, la investigadora Claudia Sosa Ducote’, de la Division de Relaciones Humanas del Estado de Delaware, analiza las leyes de Vivienda Justa de Delaware y quien esta protegido bajo estas leyes y como combatir la discriminación illegal, haciendo una queja, en forma gratuita, con la Division de Relaciones Humanas de Delaware.
April 27, 2016 – Human Relations Investigator Claudia Sosa-Ducote discusses the steps that are taken when a complaint of illegal housing discrimination is received by Division of Human Relations and who to call if you believe you have been a victim of illegal discrimination in housing.
El 27 de Abril de 2016, la investigadora Claudia Sosa Ducote’, de la Division de Relaciones Humanas del Estado de Delaware, explica el proceso que se sigue luego que una queja de discriminación es recibida por la Division de Relaciones Humanas y a quien llamar si UD. Cree que ha sido victim de discriminación illegal en materia de vivienda.
January 23, 2017 — Reporting Discimination
Human Relations Investigator Nicole Alston- Jackson discusses fair housing, who is protected under fair housing laws and how to fight housing discrimination by filing a complaint with the Division of Human Relations.
December 16, 2016 — Human Relations Awareness Month
Human Relations Supervisor Vincent Petroff discusses Human Relations Awareness month and the State Human Relation Commission’s mission to foster amicable relations among the diverse populations of Delaware.
June 23, 2014 - Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act
Remembering the Courageous People Who passed the Torch of Justice and Civil Rights
On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed the historic Civil Rights Act into law. On Wednesday, July 2, 2014, a series of events sponsored the State Human Relations Commission with other organizations and community groups will be convened across Delaware, in all three counties, to commemorate 50th anniversary of this landmark legislation.
November 28, 2012 - Sussex Paying to Settle Bias Claim
Written by James Fisher of The News Journal
Sussex County will pay a developer $750,000 under the terms of a consent decree aimed at resolving a lawsuit that accuses the county of racially discriminating against a group trying to create a subdivision of low-income housing.