After Housing Lawsuit Victory, Controversy Remains

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This month a coalition of Brooklyn churches and nonprofits won an eight-year battle with the City over a proposed Broadway Triangle affordable housing project, that they believe would have marginalized low-income people of color. Churches United for Fair Housing, a community organization representing many Catholic parishes, celebrates the victory. But Rabbi David Niederman, President of United Jewish Organization of Williamsburg, says the lawsuit discriminates against Jewish families. Currents Konrad Aderer reports.