Join resident leaders and NLIHC staff for the next Tenant Talk Live webinar to discuss the impacts of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and how you can advocate for needed resources and other protections for people experiencing homelessness and low-income renters in your community. Tenant Talk Live is a bimonthly call/webinar with resident leaders from across the country. The next webinar will take place on Monday, April 27 at 6 pm ET (5 pm CT, 4 pm MT, 3 pm PT).
NLIHC staff will provide updates on federal actions to address the pandemic and what residents should know about their rights. Presenters will explore efforts around the country, share ways you can take action, and answer questions. The NLIHC team will also share a new resource for renters to know if they live in a property protected by federal eviction moratoriums. We will also hear from resident leaders on the work they are doing in their communities: Mindy Woods from Resident Action Project in Seattle; Dee Ross from the Dee Ross Foundation in Indianapolis, Indiana; and Danny Barber from the Citywide Council of Presidents in New York City.
Tenant Talk Live provides opportunities for residents to connect with NLIHC staff and with one another, share best practices, and learn how to influence federal and local housing policies. NLIHC is committed to connecting and engaging with resident leaders in new, more robust ways. If you are a low-income resident and have a topic you would like to propose for peer-sharing, or if you would like to be a speaker on an upcoming webinar, please email us at: [email protected] or [email protected]
Register for Tenant Talk Live at: https://bit.ly/2vEFS0o