Dina Pinsky joins NLIHC as a research intern for the fall semester. Dina is a senior at the University of Maryland at College Park, studying sociology and economics. Dina recently worked at an early childhood research lab, helping with a project aimed at evaluating Baltimore City Pre-K programs. She helped conduct home visits with families to assess how family factors influence Pre-K performance. Previously, Dina interned with ONE DC, a community organizing non-profit focused on helping long-time low income DC residents of color as they face displacement. She learned about the affordable housing crisis in DC and helped fight back against developers threatening to slash affordable housing units. Dina is interested in public policy and advocacy work and is excited to join NLIHC and continue fighting for fair and equal housing across the country. Please join us in welcoming Dina to the NLIHC team!
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Our Homes, Our Voices National Housing Week of Action, May 30-June 5, is less than two weeks away! Planning is underway in communities across the nation. Learn more about events and activities in a…May 20, 2019
Rep. Garcia Introduces Legislation to Block “Mixed-Status” Immigrant Family Rule; Los Angeles Congressional Delegation Demands Rule be Withdrawn
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