The federal eviction moratorium is set to expire in December leaving an estimated 30 million people at risk of eviction. Members of Congress are still unable to reach an agreement on a relief bill that will extend the moratorium, as well as other important programs that were included in the CARES Act early in the year. I speak with two people about what is being done in their communities. They provide examples for others in similar situations. Joey Lankowski is with Food Not Bombs Las Vegas. They are building tiny home communities to keep people sheltered and physically separated when they have nowhere else to go. Then I speak with William X Nietzsche whose family was victimized by predatory lending practices about what they are doing to keep their home. Many people in the community have rallied around them, building an eviction defense camp around their house.
Joey Lankowski is a volunteer with Food Not Bombs Las Vegas. Follow them on Facebook.
William X Nietzsche is the third generation of the Kinney family to live in the Red House on Mississippi in Portland, Oregon. He is a musician. You will find his music at Citizen Too Music.