Howard Law Fair Housing Clinic Students Submit Written Testimony to DC City Council


Howard University School of Law's Fair Housing Clinic students submitted written testimony and provided oral testimony on two bills that were in front of city council this week. If passed, each bill would be helpful to low income residents in DC, particularly people of color who have been disparately impacted by COVID-19 and the resulting economic downturn.

Overseen by Professor Keeshea Turner Roberts, students who worked on the testimony were James H. Battle, Joshua Davenport, Daniel W. Leal, and Asiyahola Sankara.

WATCH the oral testimony: