The mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic has left transgender people more vulnerable to housing instability than before.
History’s largest transfer of wealth went in the wrong direction. The time to reclaim stolen funds is now.
Most states no longer have eviction moratoriums. In Mississippi, the majority of renting households now risk eviction.
The real estate industry, led by some of the richest people in the world, can’t be allowed to further exploit renters.
Eviction numbers in many big cities are staggering, and school districts struggle to serve kids constantly on the move.
Single mothers and their children have started perhaps the most significant housing takeover in the country.
Millions of households across the country are at risk for losing their homes in the midst of the ongoing pandemic.
Roughly 20 percent of the 110 million Americans living in rented homes could face homelessness by the fall.
The patchwork of legal protections for renters that emerged at the start of the pandemic is unlikely to stem the crisis.
Using hotels for emergency housing is an obvious answer as the economy enters a depression in the midst of a pandemic.