Alabama's largest real estate company settles racial discrimination case

June 1998
Jet;06/01/98, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p48
Reports on the agreement signed by the First Real Estate Corporation and the Alabama government pertaining to racial discrimination. In-depth look at the settlement; Information on the Fair Housing Act.


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