Housing Now! is a broad and diverse movement of people combatting the affordable housing crisis Wall Street has brought to California – tenants and homeowners alike. Led by tenants, our coalition includes landlords, realtors, and dozens of community, faith and labor organizations.
Endorsing organizations include:
Statewide Organizations: ACCE, Tenants Together, PICO CA, Housing CA, AFSCME local 3299, Gamaliel CA, California Calls, California Reinvestment Coalition, Move the Immigrant Vote, APEN, Courage Campaign, Policy Link, Public Advocates, SEIU Locals 2015 & USWW, Western Center on Law & Poverty
Local & Regional Organizations: ACTLA, Alameda Renters Coalition, Bend the Arc, California Rural Housing, CAUSE, CCED, Clinica Romero, Community Action Network, Causa Justa / Just Cause, CHIRLA, Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto, Council of Community Housing Organizations , Crenshaw Subway Coalition, DSA – Sacramento, East Bay Housing Organization (EBHO), East Bay Area Progressive Democrats, Employee Rights Center (San Diego), Eviction Defense Center, Faith in Action Bay Area, Faith in the Valley, Fannie Lou Hammer Institute, Glendale Tenants Union, Housing Advocates, Housing Long Beach, Housing Rights Committee San Francisco, Inland Empire Our Revolution, Inner City Law Center, Institute for the Black World 21st Century, KIWA, LA CAN, LA Forward, LA Human Right to Housing Collective, Los Angeles Tenants Union (LATU), LA VOICE (PICO), Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability (Central Valley), LiBRE, MEDA (Mission Economic Development Corporation), MIV, North Bay Organizing Project, Pasadena Tenants Union, POWER, Public Interest Law Project, SEIU Locals 1021 and 221, Strategic Actions for a Just Economy, Sacramento Housing Alliance, San Francisco Tenants Union, San Diego Organizing Project, UFCW Local 135, Union de Vecinos, Uplift Inglewood, Urban Habitat, and UTLA (United Teachers of Los Angeles) and UTSD.
- Housing is for people, not for profit.
- Solutions must be led by those most affected: low-income and communities of color that have been victims of housing instability due to racist housing policy.
- We must make housing policy to prioritize those most in need first: domestic violence victims, formerly incarcerated people, veterans, those currently or at risk of homelessness, Section 8 tenants, people with mental health issues, people with substance abuse issues, etc.
Want to join the coalition as an organization?
Contact Joe Delgado at email@example.com