September 19, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — The KentuckyCommissionon Human Rights Board of Commissioners recently ruled on discriminationcomplaintsthat included a $42,000 conciliation agreement resulting from a housing discrimination complaint brought by the Lexington Fair Housing Council:
Housing is a basic need for all humans and must be given fairly and equally without prejudice. Abraham Maslow, a forefather of modern psychology who created the needs pyramid with shelter being an essential part of its base, stated: “It is too simple to say ‘man is basically good’ or ‘man is basically evil’. The correct way would be to say ‘man can become good (probably) and better and better under a hierarchy of better and better conditions.” At the Lexington Fair Housing Council, we strive to be part of those better conditions and hope to give a voice to those who need it.
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