National Eviction Ban Ends July 31 – What To Do If You’re At Risk

By Annie Nova, CNBC. -

More than $45 billion in rental assistance has been allocated by Congress in the last two major stimulus packages, and you could receive up to 18 months of help, including a mix of payments for [...]

Housing Should Not Be A Luxury

By Katharina Hofmann De Moura, Consortium News. -

Unfortunately, access to private space has become increasingly unequal in Europe. This discrepancy has been exacerbated by the pandemic. A lockdown spent on a terrace or in the garden is not the [...]

Advocates Rally Against NYC’s Moving Homeless From Hotels To Shelters

By Dave Carlin, CBS New York. -

New York City — A march and rally against New York City’s decision to move about 8,000 homeless individuals from hotels to shelters was held Saturday. The process has been put on hold, but [...]

Unhoused Community Forms Tenants Union

By Jenn Schreiter, Unicorn Riot. -

Minneapolis, MN – A tenants union was formed this past weekend by unhoused community members who have been living at the Extended Stay America hotel in Bloomington, MN. After a deal for Hennepin [...]

Philadelphia Protest: ‘Housing Is Dignity!’

By Betsey Piette, Workers World. -

Residents of the James Talib-Dean tent encampment, set up on June 11 on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, held a press conference July 13 to denounce city plans to evict them. [...]

East Oakland Community Launches Major New Organizing Initiative

By Causa Justa. OAKLAND --- Six of East Oakland’s most prominent community organizations will convene hundreds of East Oakland residents at a massive Community Assembly on Saturday, September 30. [...]