It will take the concerted action of those most impacted by the crisis to keep people housed.
Meanwhile, states have disbursed just 11 percent of the $46.5 billion in rental assistance from the federal government.
Untold numbers of tenants could lose their homes during a COVID surge even before landlords file for evictions in court.
The real answer to homelessness can only be homes, and the proper funding to make them supportive and livable.
“We cannot in good faith blame the Republican Party when House Democrats have the majority,” she said.
The effort faces long odds despite warnings about the potentially devastating public health impacts of mass evictions.
The Unhoused Bill of Rights aims to permanently end the unhoused crisis by 2025.
Activists are pushing to create more permanent supportive housing in place of congregate facilities.
Students without permanent homes face unique issues as in-person learning resumes. Are schools ready to support them?
For the homeless, natural disasters prove torturous for more than the fact that it’s worse to be outside during a storm.