Hawai'i Association of Realtors® > Fair Housing – Keiki Art Contest

Fair Housing Keiki Art Contest:

In 1968, the Fair Housing Act became law. It prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, ancestry/national origin, sex, familial status, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, or orientation and gender identity. This law ensures that everyone has equal access to housing and protects homebuyers from discrimination as they get a mortgage, rent a home, buy a home, seek housing assistance, or participate in other housing-related activities. The fight for fair housing continues today to make sure that the law is followed and to prevent discrimination in housing.

The Hawai‘i REALTORS® Keiki Art Contest helps children learn about fair housing rights and its importance in Hawai‘i’s communities. Stay tuned for more information on the 2024 Keiki Art Contest, coming soon!

2023 Winners

Theme: “Building Aloha: Spreading Fair Housing Across Hawai‘i”

Congratulations to our 2023 winners and honorable mention recipients.
1st Place: $250 (plus artwork featured on a printed 2024 calendar); 2nd Place: $150; 3rd Place: $75

Grades K-4 Category



Grades 5-8 Category


Fair Housing Videos: