Wanted Everywhere Else

LENGTH : 1:12

ISCI : CW-HUDNFHA-FH60

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>> ANNOUNCER : "This is Anthony. Anthony is wanted everywhere."

>> TEACHER : "Anthony?"

>> ANTHONY : "Five!"

>> TEACHER : "Good Answer"

>> MAN AT PIANO / RELATIVE : "Anthony, will you sit here and play for me?"

>> ANTHONY : "Sure!"

>> ANNOUNCER : "Yes, Anthony is wanted everywhere … well almost everywhere because recently when Anthony went with his parents to find a new place to live…"

>> LANDLORD : "It's already rented"

[ closes door ]

>> ANTHONY'S FATHER : "I just spoke to this guy a half hour ago"

>> ANNOUNCER : "How can his parents tell him that the color of their skin is keeping them from this apartment. It's not just unfair, it's illegal…"

>> ANTHONY'S FATHER : "I'd like to file a complaint"

>> ANNOUNCER : "So his parents filed a housing discrimination complaint. Now they have a wonderful place to live. If you've been trying to buy or rent a home or an apartment, and you believe you've been discriminated against because of your race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status or disability, call HUD at 1-800-669-9777 or vist hud.gov/fairhousing. Fair Housing is your right. Use It"
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File Size: 6.87 MB  •  File Name: wanted.mp4
File Type: Video


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Description

This video PSA is about an African American boy named Anthony who is wanted everywhere, yet his family is denied the opportunity to rent an apartment based on the color of their skin. The father files a housing discrimination complaint with HUD and the family is seen happily moving into an apartment at the end of the video.

 

 


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