This interview of Black housing activist Tye Reed reveals Seattle’s pretentious charter amendment campaign, which will not solve exploding homelessness.
Testimony submitted to the NYC Rent Guidelines Board Hearing.
This interview with FSP’s LA branch organizer tells how a broad coalition is energetically forcing the press and city to address what can be done.
With many New Yorkers already squeezed for housing, the effects of the pandemic make solutions all the more urgent.
Basic necessities such as food, healthcare, education, and housing should be guaranteed to all.
An honest tale of rent hikes and expert advice on urgent reforms.
In “liberal,” Democratic Party-controlled Seattle, elected officials and cops treat the city’s homeless as less than human.
A union shop steward discusses how his college campus is dealing with issues around homelessness.
A new campaign in LA is organizing for vacant city property to be used to provide shelter for those without.
Solutions like relying on the market to solve this urgent economic and human rights problem are phony through and through. For real relief, let’s stop vilifying public housing, and expand it to meet the need!