In the midst of DC’s affordable housing crisis, the majority of the DC Council chose to limit access to emergency shelter.
By Patty Mullahy Fugere
DC Council Says Costs of Helping Homeless People Too High As It Hands Over $82 Million to a Developer
They have one more chance to get it right for the constituents they represent when they have their final vote on December 5.
Housing matters more than almost anything else. Housing is health care. Public safety. Food. Education. Justice.
We are asking our community to come out in force to stand against displacement, and stand in solidarity with the tenants of Brookland Manor.
We ask the DC Council to demonstrate the real political will to end homelessness, to demonstrate that they see ending homelessness as a political priority that deserves more than 1.5% of DC’s ever-increasing largesse.