Miami apartment owners agree to pay $1 million in discrimination case

December 1996
Jet;12/02/96, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p16
Discusses the late 1996 agreement of an apartment complex in Miami, Florida to pay for refusing to rent to Afro-Americans and families with children. Details of the settlement reached between the complex and the US Justice Department.


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