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- Five Truths About Shared HousingWhat’s so wrong with shared housing? The answer is nothing. Shared housing is a completely normal and accepted living situation. Families share housing while raising kids. Roommates share housing, especially in major cities with extremely tight rental markets. College students […] The post Five Truths About Shared Housing appeared first on National Alliance to End […]
- A Legal Matter: Laws that Disproportionately Impact People Experiencing HomelessnessThere are particular laws and policies that explicitly target and harm people experiencing homelessness. These include camping bans, sit/stand ordinances, and the plethora of other “quality of life” laws. These laws criminalize the state of being homeless. They saddle people […] The post A Legal Matter: Laws that Disproportionately Impact People Experiencing Homelessness appeared first […]
- Centering Racial Equity in the Greater New Orleans CoCAuthor: Shercole King and Garrick Rattler, on behalf of UNITY’s Racial Equity Task Force Picture Credit: Press Street of New Orleans, Painted by NOCCA Students. Photographer: Shercole King “I knew then, and I know now, when it comes to justice, […] The post Centering Racial Equity in the Greater New Orleans CoC appeared first on […]
- Big Budgets, Big Asks: Key 2021 Legislative Priorities for HomelessnessThe timing is perfect! On May 28, President Biden released his detailed budget request for fiscal year 2022. It included aggressive requests for funding increases for programs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that are key […] The post Big Budgets, Big Asks: Key 2021 Legislative Priorities for Homelessness appeared first […]
- What Is Progressive Engagement?Homeless service systems have always faced enormous challenges to do more with less. Simply put, there have never been enough resources to meet demand. This has forced tough decisions about how to prioritize services and determine who needs what – […] The post What Is Progressive Engagement? appeared first on National Alliance to End Homelessness.
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- Biden Will Not Extend Eviction Moratorium, Even As States Struggle To Send Out Rent ReliefThe White House is punting the issue to Congress, where Democrats haven't been paying attention to the eviction moratorium lately.
- Rep. Cori Bush’s 'Unhoused Bill Of Rights' Calls On Congress To End HomelessnessThe resolution from Bush, who experienced homelessness, demands Congress invest in affordable housing and services for unhoused people.
- California Eyes Paying Off Past-Due Rent Accrued During PandemicResidents earning up to 80% of their area’s median income would benefit from the plan that's reportedly being finalized in the state Legislature.
- Hannity Threatens Kimmel For Joking“Don’t talk about my show anymore.” Fox News’ Sean Hannity lost his cool after Jimmy Kimmel made fun of his interview with California gubernatorial hopeful Caitlyn Jenner.
- California Plans To Invest $12 Billion To Fight Homelessness CrisisGov. Gavin Newsom proposed a historic investment in affordable housing and rental support as part of the state’s “California Comeback Plan.”
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- California’s Homelessness Crisis Threatens DemocracyHomelessness is both a symptom and a cause of the growing political crisis.
- 500,000 New Yorkers Owe Back Rent. What Happens When Evictions Resume?The eviction moratorium is set to come to an end in New York City, setting off alarms about the fate of tenants who owe months of unpaid rent and could face homelessness.
- Covid Vaccine Effort in Europe Confronts Anger, Disinformation and SuspicionAcross the continent, reaching vulnerable populations on the margins of society is a challenge. In Brussels, the authorities are hoping mobile outreach teams can help.
- How Many People Are at Risk of Losing Their Homes in Your Neighborhood?Evictions are returning, and more than six million households are behind on rent.
- Homeless People in New York are Moved From Hotels to SheltersMany homeless people who have been living in hotels during the pandemic were frustrated and confused as they were loaded onto buses and taken to crowded group shelters.