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Continuing the Fight on the Local Level: Views from NLIHC Organizing Award Recipients

By NPH Executive Director Amie Fishman and EBHO Executive Director Gloria Bruce 

Preface: The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) awarded its annual Organizing Award to the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) and the East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) during its “2017 Housing Policy Forum: Advancing Solutions in a Changing Landscape” on April 3. 1,157 more words

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What Affordable Housing Means to Me...

AFFORDABLE HOUSING SUCCESS STORY: ALASKA
COOK INLET HOUSING AUTHORITY

Mission: Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA) is one of 14 regional housing authorities established in the 1970s to address poor housing conditions throughout Alaska. 452 more words

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5 things I heard Secretary Carson say at the NLIHC 2017 Housing Policy Forum

By Sharon Cornu

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson spoke at the National Low Income Housing Coalition conference in Washington, DC on April 3 as part of his listening tour. 582 more words

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What Affordable Housing Means to Me…

Affordable Housing Success Story: Florida

Ability Housing 

Mission: Ability Housing’s mission is to build strong communities where everyone has a home. To fulfill this mission, we develop and operate quality rental housing affordable to people with extremely limited incomes, focusing on the needs of people experiencing or at risk of homelessness and adults with disabilities. 395 more words

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2017 Organizing Award Nominees Series

Neighbors United for Progress Empowers Austin Residents

By Sarah Jemison, Housing Advocacy Organizer

Neighbors United for Progress (NUP), a resident-driven community leadership development project, has been nominated for this year’s 2017 Organizer Award for their adept community engagement in Austin, Texas. 155 more words

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News round-up: March 2017

4th March 2017 – Local History Conference

The University of Aberdeen’s Capturing the Energy Project Development Officer, Joe Chapman, spoke at the recent ‘Hall of Mirrors’ local history conference. 550 more words

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CHCDF Series on Housing as Infrastructure

HUD Programs Create Jobs and Build Infrastructure. So Why Would the President Want to Eliminate Them?

By Marion McFadden, Vice President for Public Policy at Enterprise Community Partners  1,303 more words

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