Posts Tagged ‘tenant’

New York City Housing Authority Randomly Sends Tenant’s Private Financial Data to Reporter

NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 15: Public housing residents and their supporters rally to demand New York City Housing Authority conditions be improved, outside of City Hall, February 15, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images On a Wednesday afternoon in April, according to a report from The City, during a routine […]

The Southern Tenant Union Playbook

Above photo: A 2019 protest at Kansas City City Hall. Photo by Mason Andrew Kilpatrick via KC Tenants on Facebook. The fight to keep people housed in the South didn’t begin with the pandemic, and it won’t end here either. Despite an eviction moratorium that was intended to keep people housed during the pandemic, landlords filed […]

Tenant Unions For The Future

Above photo: Tenant activists in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, on July 31, 2020. Scott Heins for Getty Images. Calls to rent strike have yet to cohere into a national political movement. But as the economic crisis deepens, tenants’ fates will ultimately be decided by their level of collective organization. With the arrival of the pandemic, staying […]

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