LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – A group pushing for fair housing in the state of Kentucky made their presence known in Chickasaw Park Saturday.
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights hosted a fair housing center where they met with guests to talk about potential discrimination complaints.
The group is a state government agency that enforces civil rights laws which forbids discrimination.
It works to protect everyone regardless of their nationality, race, sex and age.
“People of all colors, nationalities, [and] creed need opportunities for fair housing. They should have a right to live. All doors are open in the state of Kentucky. [We] want to eliminate all barriers of discrimination so that everyone can have an opportunity for housing in the state of Kentucky,” Curtwand Lowther of the Kentucky Commission of Human Rights said.
If you want to contact the Kentucky Commission of Human Rights with any questions or concerns, you can call 1-800-292-5566.