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Support Long Island Housing Services and the Fair Housing Act 4/24/08

Thursday ♦ April 24, 2008 ♦ 6:00-9:30 p.m.

Long Island Housing Services
Requests the Honor of Your Presence to Celebrate ~ Reflect ~ Envision
40th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act
(Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968)

Featuring Keynote: James H. Carr
Chief Operating Officer, National Community Reinvestment Coalition
Mr. Carr formerly served Fannie Mae Foundation and is
Co-Editor of the Recent Release: Segregation – The Rising Costs for America
A much needed citizens’ call to action by leading U.S. Civil Rights practitioners & experts
A Commemoration and Dedication for the Future

Award Ceremony ~ Fair Housing Advocates
Robert W. Ralph & Margarita Logan, CSW

6pm ~ Reception ~ Appetizers/Cash Bar
7pm ~ Distinguished Guest Speaker Jim Carr
7:45 pm ~ Buffet Dinner ~ 8:45 pm Award Ceremony
Book Signing ~ Coffee/Tea ~Dessert by Pastry Chef of Oheka Castle
Melville Marriott~1350 Old Walt Whitman Road~Melville~11747
Call LIHS 631-467-5111 x 313

LIHS’ 40th Anniversary Fair Housing Act Commemoration
Tickets: $75.00 in advance, received by April 22 or $85.00 at the door

Subsidized tickets: $50.00 for Fixed/Limited Income Supporters – Please Call!

Long Island Housing Services’ Mission:
The elimination of unlawful housing discrimination and
promotion of decent and affordable housing
through advocacy and education.

You may attend, make a donation in honor of the event, or place an ad in their journal. For more information, contact: (631) 467-5111 ext. 313

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