Get creative with your passion for housing justice by contributing your art for the summer edition of Tenant Talk. NLIHC is inviting readers to submit original artwork for a chance to be featured on the cover of Tenant Talk, NLIHC’s biannual newsletter that has topics of interest for tenants/residents and other low-income people in housing advocacy. Entries should address the theme of this summer’s edition: the role of LGBTQ+ issues in housing and homelessness. The deadline for submissions is Friday, May 26, and participants must be 18 or older. The winning cover art submission will be featured on the cover of the forthcoming edition of Tenant Talk, and its creator will be awarded $250. Submissions can be made here. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.
More States and Localities Pass Right-to-Counsel Legislation
Since 2017, three states and 15 cities have passed right-to-counsel protections for tenants – an impressive achievement given that no jurisdiction had enacted such a right prior to 2017. Since the…May 8, 2023
NLIHC Hosts “We Are the Ones” Tenant Session at Housing Policy
NLIHC has long offered tenant sessions to provide learning and networking opportunities for low-income tenants prior to the start of its larger Housing Policy Forum. This year, the pre-Forum Tenant…April 6, 2023
Now Available: Spanish Language Edition of Tenant Talk: Advancing Tenant Protections (Avanzar en la Proteccion de los Inquilinos
The Spanish edition of NLIHC’s Winter 2023 Tenant Talk – a semi-annual newsletter created by NLIHC to engage renters and residents in housing advocacy – is now available online! Each issue of Tenant…March 16, 2023