This week NLIHC will distribute the fall 2014 issue of Tenant Talk, a publication designed to inform and engage low income renters that is also a useful resource for organizers and advocates. Tenant Talk highlights local organizing and advocacy from around the country, and presents the latest on federal level advocacy.
The fall issue focuses on Voterization, the ongoing effort to have more low income renters and their allies actively involved in elections.
Tenant Talk is always available online, and Memo readers get Tenant Talk by email.
If you would like to have copies sent to you via US mail, please fill out the online form at http://nlihc.org/library/publications-order
Previous issues of Tenant Talk are at http://nlihc.org/library/tenanttalk