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Los Angeles

 In 1949, a group of young dynamic African-American real estate Brokers gathered to discuss the inequitable and prejudicial treatment of Brokers in the Los Angeles area. African-American Brokers in Los Angeles were being denied membership in local real estate boards and trade organizations. In addition, they were being prevented from marketing properties in certain areas of the city and even denied access to open houses for viewing by their clients. It was patently clear to this group of Brokers assembled that a collective effort would be required to mitigate these obstacles to their professional success.


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