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Have you've been hurt by the City's outsider-restriction policy? That means that you are interested in and applied for affordable housing that is located in a community district not your own where your racial or ethnic group is underrepresented (for example, anywhere south of 96th Street in Manhattan for Blacks, African-Americans, or Latinos) and you have not been selected in the lottery for any such housing. We are happy to talk with you, but we do need you to fill out this confidential form.

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By submitting this form, you are seeking a legal consultation in New York (where the Anti-Discrmination Center is headquartered), and acknowledging that this form is not intended to suggest, and should not be interpreted as suggesting, that any legal services would ever be provided outside of New York. In addition, this form is not intended to suggest, and should not be interpreted as suggesting, any agreement on the part of the Anti-Discrimination Center or anyone associated with the Anti-Discrimination Center to provide representation to any person either in New York or outside of New York. Because we do not know if we can help you, and because we cannot be sure when we will be able to respond to you (though we try to do so quickly), it is important that you do not delay taking any action to preserve your rights. More generally, you should not act or fail to act in reliance on anything you believe that the Anti-Discrimination Center or anyone associated with the Anti-Discrimination Center may or may not do for you.