Holiday Celebrations And Religious Discrimination Claims

December 10, 2009
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This month, we are going to focus on avoiding discrimination claims based on religion. Housing communities face particular fair housing challenges this time of year, when many residents celebrate a number of religions' holidays. Fair housing law does not prevent you from celebrating the season—as long as your community doesn't appear to be promoting any particular religious holiday or favoring one religion over another.

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