Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing, NYCHA, Black Mold, Asthma

NYCHA Nightmare: Creeping Black Mold Throughout Public Housing Apt.

Thursday, July 5, 2018
New York Daily News

When police entered the ninth-floor public housing apartment of 83-year-old Mary Ellison last winter in the Haber Houses in Coney Island, they beheld a gothic nightmare: thick black mold covering the walls and ceiling throughout the apartment.

EMTs were summoned and Ellison was immediately removed from the Brooklyn apartment and transported to nearby Coney Island Hospital....

 

Metro IAF

WIN, Affordable Housing, Immigration Reform

WIN Organizes for Immigrant Legal Services, Affordable Housing

Monday, May 21, 2018
Metro IAF

On April 25th Washington Interfaith Network (link is external) (WIN) packed the basement of Sacred Heart Catholic Church with 304 leaders and 6 candidates vying for Council Member of Ward 1 in D.C. Sacred Heart is the largest immigrant church in DC and the turnout reflected that diversity. The action was WIN’s first attempt at doing an action in both English and Spanish, using 300 interpretation headsets.

WIN

Affordable Housing, Downtown Durham

Durham CAN Pressures City Council to Prioritize Affordable Housing

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Metro IAF

Over 100 leaders pressured Durham City Council to prioritize affordable housing on over 4 acres of city-owned land in the heart of Downtown Durham.

Durham CAN

Affordable Housing, Urban Matters, Providence Place

WIN, UrbanMatters Advance 100 Units of Affordable Housing in DC

Sunday, January 28, 2018
Metro IAF

UrbanMatters, an affordable housing developer established in part by Washington Interfaith Network (WIN), is celebrating forward movement on a 100 unit housing development in Ward 7 of Washington, DC. Providence Place, which will be built on land of the Progressive National Baptist Convention Headquarters, received zoning approval from the DC Zoning Commission and finalized a Community Benefits Agreement. The project is expected to break ground by November of 2018.

WIN

Affordable Housing, Linkage Fee, Mayor Garcetti, economic homelessness

One LA Partners with Mayor on $100M Affordable Housing Fund

Sunday, February 11, 2018
West / Southwest IAF

500 One LA-IAF leaders assembled with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to discuss implementation of the recently passed linkage fee for affordable housing at St. Agnes Catholic Church, and to report on what is happening in their neighborhoods.  Representing the first community organization with which the Mayor met, leaders challenged him to more deeply collaborate with the organization in the next few months.

One LA IAF

Affordable Housing, fair lending, Predatory Lending, landlords

OTOC Fights for Protection from Predatory Landlords, Lenders

Friday, May 5, 2017
West / Southwest IAF

OTOC convened a nonpartisan accountability assembly with twelve candidates for Mayor and City Council for Omaha with a standing-room-only audience of 350 leaders at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church.

OTOC

Affordable Housing, Durham City Council, Durham Housing Authority

Durham CAN Wins $4M for Affordable Housing

Tuesday, June 6, 2017
IndyWeek
The Durham City Council on Monday night approved a $4.162 million grant that will allow the Durham Housing Authority to buy back twenty acres of vacant land known as Fayette Place.
 
The money will come from the city’s general fund and can only be used to acquire the land and maintain it until it is sold or developed.
 
Durham CAN

Affordable Housing, NYCHA, repairs, Mold

East Brooklyn Congregations Demands Housing Repairs from NYCHA

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
DNA Info EBC

Jersey City Together, Affordable Housing, city inspections, landlord

Jersey City Together Wins Long Overdue City Housing Inspections

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
New Jersey.Com Metro IAF

criminal justice reform, ACA, Affordable Housing, Bethel AME, Sen. Rosenberg

Senate President Supports (GBIO) Criminal Justice Reforms

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
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It’s been a long haul.

GBIO

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