Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights

Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights The Office of Equity and Civil Rights is a city agency devoted to advancing equity and upholding the federal and local civil rights laws, the local living and prevailing wage laws and providing oversight of local law enforcement.

The Baltimore Community Relations Commission is the City Agency that investigates claims of discrimination and assists people who have been discriminated against by enforcing the law that protects them. The Baltimore Community Relations Commission combats unlawful discrimination in employment, public accommodation, housing, education, and health and welfare services. Discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, s*x, age, physical or mental disability, s*xual orientation, gender identity and expression, or marital status is illegal in the City of Baltimore. The Civilian Review Board of Baltimore City is an independent agency in the city through which members of the public can issue a complaint against officers of various law enforcement units. The Civilian Review Board takes complaints that allege the use of excessive force, abusive language, harassment, false arrest, and false imprisonment. The law enforcement units that the Civilian Review Board handles complaints for are: the Baltimore City Police Department, the Baltimore City School Police, the Baltimore City Sheriff's Office, the Baltimore Environmental Police, the Police Force of the Baltimore City Community College, and the Police Force of Morgan State. The Civilian Review Board also reviews Police Department Procedures and makes recommendations to the Commissioner. The Wage Commission was established by City Ordinance to enforce provisions of the City Wage Law and to establish prevailing and living wages for employees of contractors doing business with the City. The Wage Commission is the city agency that enforces the minimum wage, the living wage, and the prevailing wage in the City of Baltimore.

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05/05/2021
Fair Housing Act: Frequently Asked Questions

Webinar Presented by TransCen, Inc. and the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
Fair Housing Act: Frequently Asked Questions
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
2:00 - 3:30 PM Eastern

The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act are both federal civil rights laws that prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities, and are frequently confused with each other. This presentation will help to clarify the difference between the two laws, and address ten frequently asked questions about accessibility and the fair housing rights of people with disabilities in private housing. Topics to be covered will include requesting a reasonable accommodation or modification, assistance animals, accessibility requirements under the Fair Housing Act.

Presenter
Lauren Jackson, Program Compliance Officer, Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights and Program Manager, Fair Housing Initiative Program funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

There is no charge to access this session.
Certificates of participation are available for a fee.
Real-time captions will be available
The session will be recorded for later viewing:

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This presentation addresses ten frequently asked questions about accessibility and the fair housing rights of persons with disabilities in private housing. Topics include requesting a reasonable accommodation or modification, assistance animals, accessibility requirements under the Fair Housing Act,...

05/01/2021

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Stop the Stigma and Express Empathy.

04/30/2021
Fair Housing Friday

Our final Fair Housing Friday of Fair Housing Month 2021. Featuring performances by ArtsCentric, Kondwani Fidel, and Everyman Theatre!

04/30/2021

Join us here on Facebook Live in 30 minutes for our final Fair Housing Friday! Featuring performances by ArtsCentric, Kondwani Fidel, and Everyman Theatre!

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ today for a performance by  @KondwaniFidelA photo of poet Kondwani Fi...
04/30/2021

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ today for a performance by @KondwaniFidel

A photo of poet Kondwani Fidel. The caption reads Fair Housing Month Poet and Speaker. Friday April 30th Kondwani Fidel. Lyrical Poet and Author. View his performance on https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ today for a performance by @KondwaniFidel

A photo of poet Kondwani Fidel. The caption reads Fair Housing Month Poet and Speaker. Friday April 30th Kondwani Fidel. Lyrical Poet and Author. View his performance on https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Join us on today to close out Fair Housing Month!A drawing of a house against a beige background. Text reads: April 30. ...
04/30/2021

Join us on today to close out Fair Housing Month!

A drawing of a house against a beige background. Text reads: April 30. An excerpt from The House that Holds Us curated by Everyman Theatre in partnership with The Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights. The House That Holds Us brought stories from interviews with Baltimore citizens to life through original monologues written by renowned playwrights. Join us for a community conversation on the personal journey of one woman's reckoning with housing in Baltimore City. Live streamed on Facebook: BmorEquity https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Join us on today to close out Fair Housing Month!

A drawing of a house against a beige background. Text reads: April 30. An excerpt from The House that Holds Us curated by Everyman Theatre in partnership with The Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights. The House That Holds Us brought stories from interviews with Baltimore citizens to life through original monologues written by renowned playwrights. Join us for a community conversation on the personal journey of one woman's reckoning with housing in Baltimore City. Live streamed on Facebook: BmorEquity https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

04/29/2021

In collaboration with the Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights and to honor Fair Housing Month, please join us for an excerpt from The House That Holds Us entitled , Joann by Angelica Cheri. This powerhouse performance, curated by Everyman, will premiere on Facebook live and https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ Joanne is performed by Resident Company Member, Dawn Ursula with a community conversation conducted by Genna Styles Lyas, Manager of Education and Engagement Programs. Premiering on Friday, April 30th at noon. Also honoring Fair Housing Month,Be sure to check out Home Is Where the Heart Is, an arts and literature festival to commemorate the passage of the Fair Housing Act. The festival features an outdoor gallery exhibition of student artwork at the Parks and People Foundation (2100 Liberty Heights Avenue; open dawn-dusk daily), as well as an online virtual gallery which features all of the student artwork and will host performances and readings by renowned authors, poets, and musicians.
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04/28/2021

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Photos of paint brushes. Fair Housing Month. What does home mean to you? View student artwork at our in person art gallery at Parks and People Foundation. 2100 Liberty Avenue.

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Photos of paint brushes. Fair Housing Month. What does home mean to you? View student artwork at our in person art gallery at Parks and People Foundation. 2100 Liberty Avenue.

The Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities and the Department of Human Resources Wellness are offering a webinar on Goal Set...
04/28/2021

The Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities and the Department of Human Resources Wellness are offering a webinar on Goal Setting as part of the Be Well Series.

Monday, May 3, 2021 at 2:00 PM

Register in advance for this meeting:

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

If there are any reasonable accommodations required, please contact Hugh Scoggins at [email protected] 410-396-0019.

The Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities and the Department of Human Resources Wellness are offering a webinar on Goal Setting as part of the Be Well Series.

Monday, May 3, 2021 at 2:00 PM

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEodu-sqzIuG9X5AXfn_EMrtrMfkCErfXbO

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

If there are any reasonable accommodations required, please contact Hugh Scoggins at [email protected]timorecity.govor 410-396-0019.

This Wednesday at 1:00pm, the Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights, in partnership with the Enoch Pratt Library, ...
04/26/2021

This Wednesday at 1:00pm, the Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights, in partnership with the Enoch Pratt Library, presents our fourth Housing Hub. Learn about housing-related disability services! Find the link to tune in at: https://calendar.prattlibrary.org/event/housing_hub_disability_services_information_session#.YIasDvZFzcs

This Wednesday at 1:00pm, the Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights, in partnership with the Enoch Pratt Library, presents our fourth Housing Hub. Learn about housing-related disability services! Find the link to tune in at: https://calendar.prattlibrary.org/event/housing_hub_disability_services_information_session#.YIasDvZFzcs

https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/Photos of houses and paintbrushes. Text reads: Art Gallery Exhibition. Outdoor g...
04/24/2021

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Photos of houses and paintbrushes. Text reads: Art Gallery Exhibition. Outdoor gallery of student artwork available to view in person April 1st- April 30th. Visit Parks and People Foundation. 2100 Liberty Heights Avenue. Open Dawn-Dusk Daily. Baltimore City Fair Housing Month. Home is where the HeART is. Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights.

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Photos of houses and paintbrushes. Text reads: Art Gallery Exhibition. Outdoor gallery of student artwork available to view in person April 1st- April 30th. Visit Parks and People Foundation. 2100 Liberty Heights Avenue. Open Dawn-Dusk Daily. Baltimore City Fair Housing Month. Home is where the HeART is. Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights.

04/23/2021
Fair Housing Friday

Join us for our third Fair Housing Friday! Featuring Author D. Watkins and Spoken Word Artist Lady Brion

04/23/2021

Join us here on Facebook Live in 15 minutes for the premiere of our third Fair Housing Friday! Featuring Author D. Watkins and Spoken Word Artist Lady Brion

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ TODAY for a performance by  @ladyBspeaks A photo of poet Lady Brion. ...
04/23/2021

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ TODAY for a performance by @ladyBspeaks

A photo of poet Lady Brion. The caption reads Fair Housing Month Poet and Speaker. Friday April 30th Lady Brion. Cultural Curator, Spoken Word Artist, Poetry Coach, Activist, Organizer and Educator. View her performance on https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ TODAY for a performance by @ladyBspeaks

A photo of poet Lady Brion. The caption reads Fair Housing Month Poet and Speaker. Friday April 30th Lady Brion. Cultural Curator, Spoken Word Artist, Poetry Coach, Activist, Organizer and Educator. View her performance on https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ today for a performance by  @dwatkinsworldA photo of author D. Watkin...
04/23/2021

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ today for a performance by @dwatkinsworld

A photo of author D. Watkins. The caption reads Fair Housing Month Author & Speaker Friday April 23rd D. Watkins. D. Watkins is an Editor At Large for Salon, an award winning authoer and lecturer. View his performance on https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Check out https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/ today for a performance by @dwatkinsworld

A photo of author D. Watkins. The caption reads Fair Housing Month Author & Speaker Friday April 23rd D. Watkins. D. Watkins is an Editor At Large for Salon, an award winning authoer and lecturer. View his performance on https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Happy Earth Day from the Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights.
04/22/2021

Happy Earth Day from the Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights.

Happy Earth Day from the Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights.

https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/Photos of houses, paintbrushes and music notes. Text reads: Now Presenting...Fai...
04/22/2021

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Photos of houses, paintbrushes and music notes. Text reads: Now Presenting...Fair Housing Month. Home Is Where the HeART is. April 1-April 30. Musical/Spoken Word Performances available via the website! https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Photos of houses, paintbrushes and music notes. Text reads: Now Presenting...Fair Housing Month. Home Is Where the HeART is. April 1-April 30. Musical/Spoken Word Performances available via the website! https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

If you haven't visited the Office of Equity and Civil Rights outdoor exhibition for National Fair Housing Month..." Home...
04/22/2021
Fair Housing Month Exhibit 2021

If you haven't visited the Office of Equity and Civil Rights outdoor exhibition for National Fair Housing Month..." Home is Where the HeART is" at 2100 Liberty heights Ave ( Parks and People Park) you have eight days left. Your walkthrough will be an unforgettable experience regardless of your age. The various clusters of artwork by Baltimoreans of all ages speak volumes. You can literally feel the energy, I did.

Leave a light in the window (with your sticker) telling us what you love about your home and community.
I did.

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EEOC will host a virtual public hearing to examine civil rights implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the workplace n...
04/22/2021
EEOC TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING ON APRIL 28

EEOC will host a virtual public hearing to examine civil rights implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the workplace next Weds, April 28th:

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WASHINGTON – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will hold its first all virtual Commission hearing on Wednesday, April 28, at 10:30 a.m. (Eastern Time) to consider the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on workers, the difficulties faced by employers in navigating potential emplo...

04/21/2021
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Join us on April 30th to close out Fair Housing Month!A drawing of a house against a beige background. Text reads: April...
04/20/2021

Join us on April 30th to close out Fair Housing Month!

A drawing of a house against a beige background. Text reads: April 30. An excerpt from The House that Holds Us curated by Everyman Theatre in partnership with The Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights. The House That Holds Us brought stories from interviews with Baltimore citizens to life through original monologues written by renowned playwrights. Join us for a community conversation on the personal journey of one woman's reckoning with housing in Baltimore City. Live streamed on Facebook: BmorEquity https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

Join us on April 30th to close out Fair Housing Month!

A drawing of a house against a beige background. Text reads: April 30. An excerpt from The House that Holds Us curated by Everyman Theatre in partnership with The Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights. The House That Holds Us brought stories from interviews with Baltimore citizens to life through original monologues written by renowned playwrights. Join us for a community conversation on the personal journey of one woman's reckoning with housing in Baltimore City. Live streamed on Facebook: BmorEquity https://fairhousingmonth.splashthat.com/

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The Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement houses three different agencies with which members of the community can file a complaint. These agencies are the Community Relations Commision, the Civilian Review Board, and the Wage Commission. Each of these agencies has a Commission that reviews civil rights complaints in the City of Baltimore and each agency has a staff that supports the Commission in investigating complaints and reaching conclusions.

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The Office of Equity and Civil Rights is a city agency devoted to advancing equity and upholding the federal and local civil rights laws, the local living and prevailing wage laws and providing oversight of local law enforcement. The mission of the Office of Equity and Civil Rights is to carry out activities to eliminate inequity, inequality and discrimination. There are two divisions in the Office: the Equity Division which works to advance equity in the City of Baltimore, and the Civil Rights Division, which consists of the Civilian Review Board, the Community Relations Commission, the Mayor's Commission on Disabilities and the Wage Commission.

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Justice through L.O.V.E. (Leadership, Outreach, Vigilance, and Equity), and the other name for love is understanding.

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Baltimore City Employee Travel Guidance Baltimore City endorses the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) guidance for its employees which states that all Marylanders should refrain from non-essential travel outside of Maryland, due recent increase in COVID-19 infections in other states. Any Marylander returning from out of state or any out of state traveler should get tested for COVID-19 on arrival or within 72 hours before travel to Maryland. Maryland Department of Health (MDH) guidance also recommends that any Marylander who travels to a state with a COVID-19 test positivity rate above 10% or a case rate over 20 per 100,000 in the past 7 days should get tested and self-quarantine at home until the test result is received. EXCEPTIONS: Employees may telework and quarantine at the same time, but should not return to a workplace or be around co-workers until a COVID-19 test result is received. This can be arranged with your supervisor. The District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the States of Delaware and West Virginia are exempt from this recommendation. Testing and quarantining (if applicable) does not apply to Baltimore City employees living out of state and traveling to and from work on a daily basis. Employees living out of state who occasionally travel to Maryland for work should, as reasonably practical, comply with the testing and quarantine guidance above. This guidance applies to business, personal or family travel of any kind. Baltimore City employees are advised to postpone or cancel non-essential travel to areas until test positivity rates or case rates decline. For more information on Baltimore City testing please visit: https://coronavirus.baltimorecity.gov/where-get-tested-covid-19-baltimore-city Click here for text version The CDC warns: You can get COVID-19 during your travels. You may feel well and not have any symptoms, but you can still spread COVID-19 to others. You and your travel companions (including children) may spread COVID-19 to other people including your family, friends, and community for 14 days after you were exposed to the virus. Do not travel if you are sick or if you have been around someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days. Do not travel with someone who is sick. If you plan to travel, consider the following before you go: What is the case rate at your destination? The higher the case rate the more likely you are to get infected and spread the virus to others. Visit this site to find out each state’s case rate: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#cases_casesper100klast7days What is the test positivity rate at your destination? The higher the test positivity rate the more likely you are to get infected and spread the disease to others. Visit this site to find out each state’s test positivity rate: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#testing_totalpercentpositive Do you live with someone who might be at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19? Anyone can get sick from the virus that causes COVID-19. Older adults and people of any age with certain medical conditions are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19. Does your destination have requirements or restrictions for travel? Some state, local, and territorial governments have requirements, such as requiring people to wear masks and requiring those who recently traveled to stay home for up to 14 days. Check state, territorial, tribal and local public health websites for information before you travel. If you are traveling internationally, check the CDC’s Travel Recommendation by Destination, and the destination’s Office of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Health or the US Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Country Information for details about entry requirements and restrictions for arriving travelers, such as mandatory testing or quarantine. If you must travel, take steps to protect yourself and others from COVID-19: Avoid contact with anyone who is sick. Avoid close contact by staying at least 6 feet apart from anyone who is not from your household. Wear a cloth face covering in public. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Clean hands after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. People who are at increased risk for serious illness are also advised to avoid nonessential air travel. CDC recommends travelers defer all cruise ship travel worldwide. Visit the CDC travel advisory site to check on current travel warnings if you are planning a trip abroad: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html. Sebastiana Gianci City Safety Czar Sunny Schnitzer Deputy Chief of Staff for Public Safety
Masks are mandatory!
Good Evening Colleagues, Friends, and Family, I hope that you and yours are all doing wll. We Americans have driven the car off the cliff and now have very few options. It's a flawed system that legalizes corruption and harms the well-being or minority Americans. Joe Biden will be our next president. We need a woman to keep him straight. Her presence would also ensure a balanced perspective in the White House. It ain't about Biden; It's about America. To make the best of our next Presidency, Mr. Biden needs to choose one of these ladies as his running mate: Ayanna Pressley: https://www.theroot.com/rep-ayanna-pressley-addresses-joe-biden-assault-allega-1843259852 Shannon Freshour: http://shannon4justice.com/ or Sharice Davids: https://thehill.com/person/sharice-davids I understand folk's frustrations on both sides. I don't prefer the two-party system of American democracy. There exist old and recent history of abuses, genocide, and horrible atrocities being instituted against African-Americans by both Democrats and Republicans. However, we have to deal with the cards that we have been dealt. This is our current reality. What do we do now? Hopefully some day we would end the two-party play along to get along corruption in our country. Until then, I will be compelled to address realities to improve quality-of-life before individuals leave this Earth. There is a great likelihood that Joe Biden will be our next President. There is also a chance the President Trump is re-elected. I believe that there is a greater chance for Joe Biden to get elected. I am definitely NOT a Joe Biden or Susan Rice fan. I absolutely HATE and DESPISE their form of establishment politics. However, I deal with our current state of reality and work towards educating solutions. That's it. Nothing more than that. In the meantime, we should all support our current President and Commander-in-Chief. If he is not successful, America is not successful and here's why: https://www.slideshare.net/ElihuEl/presidential-appointment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074GP6RLW/ref=rdr_kindle_ext_tmb Unfortunately, I only have 80-90 points of contact. Would you kindly share this post to make it go viral. The only way to get Joe Biden's attention is for this post to go viral over Facebook. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call me at 301-906-1292. Warm Regards, Eli
There are talks about getting rid of police departments. More importantly, we need to get rid of the two party Republican-Democrat political system: Black careers matter to: http://blackcareersmatter2.com/
Mayor Jack Young has a press conference today at 3:00pm. Please join on Charm TV’s page.
The Latest The first day of June saw coronavirus restrictions ease from Asia to Europe to the United States, even as U.S. protests against police brutality sparked fears of new outbreaks. The Florida Keys welcomed visitors, the Colosseum opened its ancient doors in Rome, ferries restarted in Bangladesh, golfers played in Greece and students returned to classes in Britain. Here’s what else you need to know about COVID-19 around the U.S.: • There have been more than 1.7 million coronavirus cases and 104,000 deaths. • Government leaders and health officials have expressed their concern that coronavirus could rapidly spread during protests over the death of George Floyd. • As pandemic and protests collide, officials stress: Wear a mask.
Today is Malcolm X's birthday. Profession: African American Activist Why Famous: Malcolm X's own father fought for civil rights as a local leader in the Universal Negro Improvement Association and was possibly murdered by white racists while Malcolm X was still a child. Malcolm X joined the Nation of Islam during his term in prison, rising to become an influential figure, largely through his powerful oratory. He is credited with raising the membership of the nation of Islam from just over 1,000 to over 40,000 by the 1960s. In March 1964 Malcom X announced his split form the Nation of Islam and its leader Elijah Muhammad. He converted to sunni Islam and toured the Middle East, his views focusing more on pan-African values and less on violent means. In February of 1965 he was assassinated by three members of the Nation of Islam in New York. The posthumous publication of "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" written with Alex Haley further established him as a civil rights hero. Born: May 19, 1925 Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska, USA Generation: Greatest Generation Chinese Zodiac: Ox Star Sign: Ta**us Died: February 21, 1965 (aged 39) Cause of Death: Assassination
Join us in celebrating Florence Nightingale's birthday. Florence Nightingale 1820 Florence Nightingale, British nurse (Crimean War), born in Florence, Italy (d. 1910) Nurse Florence Nightingale
Will the CRB be meeting on Thursday of this week?
This is an Exciting Time for Baltimore.
What is Baltimore City’s police department’s policy on reporting illegal immigrants victims and witnesses to ICE? What’s Baltimore City police department’s stance on this? MIMA - Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs