This article serves as a response to a previous article in this issue, entitled Local Law Enforcement of Laws Prohibiting Discrimination in Housing: The New York City Human Rights Commission, by Michael H. Schill. This article reflects the tripartite structure of Schill's, and comments on each of the three sections in turn: first, the article conducts an analysis of the statistical evidence of housing discrimination; second, this article contemplates the myriad consequences of discrimination on minority communities; finally, the paper concludes with a reflection on the future prospects of the Human Rights Commission in anti-discrimination law.