302 Harding Avenue

302 Harding Avenue in San Fernando, CA

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Los Angeles: Then & Now — 302 Harding Avenue in San Fernando, CA.

In 1963, the property owners were accused of racial discrimination under the Rumford Fair Housing Act. This occurred after the owners rejected a black Methodist pastor’s application for his mother and father-in-law to live there. The owner’s decision was said to have been based on the color of the in-law’s skin.

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