NLIHC’s Virtual Housing Policy Forum 2021: A New Day, taking place March 30-31 from 1-5 pm ET, will feature a special session on racial equity and housing justice, examining the history of racist housing policy in the U.S., how centuries of structural racism have created tremendous inequities in housing, and how those inequities can be undone. Panelists and speakers will explore the role of housing policies in causing our nation's racial disparities and discuss strategies to advance racial justice. Register today to attend this and other compelling sessions at: http://bit.ly/NLIHCForum21
There will also be special presentations from key leaders in Congress, including Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senator Rob Portman (R-OH), and Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA), as well as keynote speakers and panels on Best Practices in Organizing; What the Elections Mean for Affordable Housing/Capitol Hill Insiders Panel; State and Local Emergency Rental Assistance Programs; Achieving Universal Housing Assistance; Lessons Learned from the Pandemic for the Future of Housing and Homelessness; Sharing Resident Lived-Experience Stories with Elected Officials; and more.
Register at: http://bit.ly/NLIHCForum21