New FHEO Table Talks Series Episode Available: AANHPI Communities: Examining Historical Barriers and Today's Housing Opportunities
The latest FHEO Table Talks Series episode, AANHPI Communities: Examining Historical Barriers and Today's Housing Opportunities, is now available on the HUD Exchange.
In this episode, host Chang Chiu, Special Policy Advisor for HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, sits down with Hope Atuel, Executive Director of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), to discuss the diverse experiences and perspectives of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities that have affected their housing choices in the past and how homeownership opportunities for these communities can be expanded today.
Finally, don’t forget to view previous Table Talks episodes, all of which are now available on the new FHEO Table Talks Series website. Previous episodes include:
- Examining Socioeconomic Structures to Improve Racial Economic Equality
- Public Policies and Racial Equality: The Impacts of Policy on the Lives of Returning Citizens, in Housing and Employment
- Racial Disparities in Homeownership and Achieving Racial Equity and Fair Housing in Underserved Communities
- Exploring the Inequities in Accessing Healthcare and the Impact It Has on Housing Stability
- Changing Perceptions to Change Lives: Disability Rights and the Barriers that Still Exist
- Advancing Fair Housing and Racial Equity: Why it Matters
- Who’s Keeping Score? The Impact of Credit Scoring in Underserved Communities
- HIV, Housing, and Healthcare: Ending the Epidemic in the LGBTQ+ Community
- Training the Next Generation of Civil Rights Leaders: The Role of Howard University’s Fair Housing Clinic
- Shaping Housing Policies & Practices to Support AANHPI Communities