What should we do?

Ogan, Mozannar, Williams, and Baratt believe Blacks should be retaliated against for complaining about housing discrimination.

[Editor note:

Fair Housing is the law of the land. At this location, two or more Blacks were without intercom service since 2014, while since 2014 over fifteen whites were provided with working intercoms. A similar situation has occurred with the tandem parking stalls. Damages could be based on city regulations requiring rent reduction of up to $250 per month or damages under state or federal law. In some cases the agents of an employer or apartment will not be totally liable for their actions or omissions; employees are always liable for their own torts; California Civil Code 1942.5 makes agents themselves individually financially liable for “retaliation” against those who complaint about discrimination. Ogan, Williams, Mozannar supervised the installation of intercoms to white tenants and denied to Blacks. The position of resident manager, via city regulation, is considered to be a “housing service” to tenants and the manager’s duties include maintaining the premises. Business owners receive a permit based on their agreement not to act in an unlawful manner. Letters show that tenants were only required to email Mozannar, Williams [“WREA”], Ogan,  and repairs would be made; this apparently has not applied to the intercom system of Blacks. Ogan, a white with roomate, has three parking stalls, while two Black tenants only have one stall. Does this sound  “full and equal”? This article is based on an email to Los Angeles public government officials about the actions and omissions of Williams Real Estate Advisors, Inc., Hi Point Apts, LLC’s Walter Barratt, Matt Williams, Jade Beck, Filip, Cynthia Ogan, Ali Mozannar. Ogan is the resident manager at 1522 Hi Point St 90035 and also operates Doggone Cindy’s Dog Boarding Business at the same property, Ali Mozannar is the owner of Mozannnar Construction, Inc. Ogan has been cited by the city for illegal dog boarding and having dogs on the property, dogs she  does not own and who are not accompanied by their owners, a violation of the building house rules. Ogan has had an abandoned vehicle on the property for years, a privilege only reserved for Whites.

“In the United States, the right to petition government for redress of grievances is the right to make a complaint to, or seek the assistance of, one’s government, without fear of punishment or reprisals.” Wikipdedia

What should we do about people who deny Blacks “fair housing” and “full and equal privileges, services, and accommodations”?

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In the Public Interest

“…Discrimination …foments social unrest” State of California legislature.

2017-3-20 Protest sign at RSD
Protestors appeared today at Los Angeles city rent control headquarters after Mayor Eric Garcetti’s employees said Blacks are not entitled to fair housing








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