RESULTS advocates for policies that increase access to affordable rental housing, support homeownership, and tackle the racial wealth divide in the U.S.
On September 10, the U.S. Census released annual poverty report outlining the latest data on poverty in America. The results were mixed.
Willie Dickerson’s white mustache twitches as he pauses for a moment, thinking hard. We have just asked him how many of his letters to the editor have been published around the country. He finally responds, “Around a thousand, but I’m not sure of exact numbers.”
“We have never lived in a world where there isn’t poverty, but we know that this world is possible.” Read highlights from the 2019 RESULTS International Conference!
The White House has released a series of harmful proposed rules that target low-income people and disproportionately harm communities of color. In addition to the important legislative advocacy our grassroots advocates are engaged in, RESULTS has submitted several comments on these proposed rule changes.
A new report highlights the lack of affordable housing in the U.S., how this shortage impacts communities, and what advocates can do to close the gap.
Today the administration announced that it is moving forward with a rule proposed last fall that will force immigrants to risk food, health care, and housing assistance in order to stay in the U.S.
Increase access to affordable rental housing
Support policies that increase access to housing and reduce the racial wealth divide
Build support for housing and tax policies by meeting with lawmakers face-to-face during the August congressional recess (Word version)
Guest Speaker: Dr. Hahrie Han
June 2019 Webinar Recording with Audio Transcript
June 2019 Webinar Slides (PDF)
June 2019 Webinar Slides (PPT)
Organize people in your community to write letters on affordable housing to be hand-delivered in upcoming lobby meetings.
Find all the resources, forms, and info you need for the 2019 RESULTS International Conference here.
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