The final event in NLIHC’s Summer of IDEAS event series will take place on Thursday, August 4, at 3 pm ET, when Melissa Harris-Perry of Wake Forest University moderates a panel discussion about author Andrea Elliott’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival and Hope in an American City. The panelists – including Andrea Elliott, advocate Chanel Sykes (who is featured in the book), and James Perry (president and CEO of the Winston-Salem Urban League) – will discuss systemic racism, poverty, homelessness, housing insecurity, and other themes from Invisible Child. Register here.
House Sends Budget Reconciliation Bill to President Biden’s Desk without Essential Affordable Housing Investments
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a reconciliation package on August 12 providing roughly $433 billion in new spending over the next 10 years for climate-, energy-, and health-related…August 15, 2022
New NLIHC, NAEH, CBPP Webinar Series on Homelessness and Housing First Begins Today at 2:30 PM ET – Register Now!
Join the first webinar in a new four-part webinar series on homelessness and Housing First hosted by NLIHC, the National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH), and the Center on Budget and Policy…August 15, 2022
HUD announced two new funding opportunities on August 8 for housing and community development projects in tribal communities. According to the announcement, approximately $129 million will be made…August 15, 2022