An Interview with Karen Hatcher: The Atlanta REALTOR® Association’s First Black Female, Millennial President

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By: Lee Davenport, Ph.D

Watching movies like The Guardians of the Galaxy with mythical characters that save the Marvel universe can be entertaining. In those movies, we see a diverse group of characters join forces.

These characters may have different back stories and very little in common, but their diversity in strengths is precisely what saves their lives.

I do …

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A Look at the Realities of Fair Housing

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By: Kayla Johnson

In April, we commemorate the Fair Housing Act of 1968. It’s imperative that we understand the history of decisions that still affect generations and those within the communities that we serve as real estate professionals. It’s also important that we understand and are aware of our own unconscious bias, which can be an eye-opening experience. Only then …

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Writing Our Discriminatory History

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By Brian Copeland I grew up in a hometown notorious for its horrible discriminatory history.  In 1956, the high school was bombed when 12 students of color were desegregated into the school.  Today, I look back on such acts and honestly cannot believe they happened.  It seems like some goofy urban myth that someone would want to discriminate. Today, from …