Fifty years ago, civil rights reached a turning point when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act into law on April 11, 1968, exactly one week after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Fair Housing Haiku: Learn About the Law Through Verse / With Illustrations honors the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act by presenting a unique look at housing discrimination legislation in the United States.

Written by an attorney in 5-7-5 syllabic form with original full-color drawings, charts, and more, Fair Housing Haiku explains how the law protects you against discrimination when enjoying your home or searching for a new one.

Fair Housing Haiku: Learn About the Law Through Verse / With Illustrations is available now on at

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New book presents fair housing law and its many protections through full-color illustrations and haiku.
About the Author/Illustrator:

Ron Leshnower is an attorney, fair housing trainer, and author of five books, including Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals, which has helped many landlords achieve compliance with housing discrimination laws. A graduate of Yale University and Boston University School of Law, Ron has written extensively on government, civil rights, real estate, and the law, and he has appeared as a legal expert in media outlets such as CBS News, NBC News, and The New York Times.