Has being a person with a disability impacted your access to safe, stable, affordable housing? Is the fight for housing justice inclusive of people with disabilities? How are people with disabilities viewed in organizing spaces? Are organizing spaces accessible? What’s it like to stand up for your rights as a renter with disabilities? Let’s talk about it! This is an open community conversation centered around people with disabilities held via Zoom. All are welcome. Come share your experiences and connect with your fellow renters!
It’s time to fight to win a universal rent control policy without corporate loopholes, and to cancel all rental, mortgage, and utility debt for ordinary people who lost income during COVID!
Learn how to connect with your local legislators this upcoming legislative session to ensure that your experiences as a renter are taken into account!
Building Tenant Power Workshops are designed to grow renter power, share relevant resources, and build solidarity with intersecting movements. Join us and lend your voice as we fight together against displacement and evictions!
We meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. Each workshop is designed to stand alone; however, they are intended to build skills, knowledge, and renter power over the course of the year. Every monthly workshop will be different.
Oregon, New York, Alameda, and Culver City have all legalized or strengthened rent control laws
Tenants need stable, predictable,and equitable rent increases Oregon, New York, and Alameda
Our neighbors at the Chateau are fighting for their lives and they need our help. Late last year