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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (Freedom Fighters: The Ray): Episode 3 and Episode 9
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Voiced By: Not Applicable
Tulsa Fair Housing is a government department dedicated to advocating for people in the minority who need accomodations. At around 1:50 pm, Ray Terrill met with a Muslim woman who was being unfairly evicted by a new landlord because of her religion. Terrill advised her not to leave and promised to send someone into investigate. Terrill later practiced his speech in the employee lunch room asking for a government official to vote to expand fair housing laws in order to cover more people like military veterans and those in the LGBT community. John Trujillo, a co-worker and friend, advised him to loosen up. Jenny Knight, another co-worker, informed them it was time for the meeting. Just as the presentation started, Donald cut off Terrill and informed him they were shutting down the department in order to free up money for tax cuts he promised to voters and to focus on the communities that elected him. With Tulsa Fair Housing shut down, everyone was now unemployed like Terrill, Trujillo, and Knight.
As the Ray, Terrill, implicitly threatened Councilman Donald into reinstating the Tulsa Fair Housing with triple the funding. Donald also strengthened laws so no one could be evicted for who they are. After fleeing from Overgirl the night before, Terrill hid inside Tulsa Fair Housing icing his bruises. Trujillo found him. He regretted not destroying the Neuro-Cortex like his Earth-X counterpart asked him to or asking heroes for help and was filled with guilt. Trujillo reminded him he always picked himself up and figured something out and that he did the right thing because that was the kind of person he was, not because of his brother.