Fair Housing Enforcement Program


The mission of the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii's Fair Housing Enforcement Program is to promote fair housing and end housing discrimination. We do this through education, advocacy, outreach, and litigation.  All persons should have the right to make housing choices without regard to race, color, religion, or national origin.

This work cannot be done without your help. Please contact us if you feel you are being discriminated against in meeting your housing needs or if you would like to become a housing tester. Together we can achieve fair housing for all.

Fair Housing Brochures

Illegal housing discrimination can happen to anyone.  If you feel you may have been a victim of discrimination, know that you have rights. Learn more by clicking on the brochure written in your language below. 

Fair Housing Project (English)

Fair Housing Bisaya

Fair Housing Ilokano

Fair Housing Japanese

Fair Housing Korean

Fair Housing Chuukese

Fair Housing Marshallese

Fair Housing Cebuano

Fair Housing Samoan

Fair Housing Simple Chinese

Fair Housing Spanish

Fair Housing Tagalog

Fair Housing Traditional Chinese

Fair Housing Vietnamese

Language Access & National Origin Discrimination

Language Access & National Origin Discrimination (Chuukese)

Last Review and Update: Aug 02, 2018
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