“D.C. Council to pull more police from schools, give tax credit to immigrants” The Washington Post, May 10, 2022

“More Money for At-Risk Students And Housing Vouchers Included In Mendelson’s budget Amendment” DCist, May 9, 2022

“Despite rule change, DCHA is not allowing identity self-certification” Street Sense Media, April 2, 2022

“Point-in-Time Count Shows Drop in Homelessness in D.C.” Washington City Paper, April 21, 2022

“As Pandemic Aid Ends, Struggling Families Face a Housing Nightmare” The Washington Post Magazine, April 20, 2022

“Housing advocates push for more vouchers, more accountability in upcoming budget” The DC Line, April 18, 2022

“Bowser’s Fallen Short of Her Promises to  End Homelessness. But Her New Budget Gives Advocates Hope.” Washington City Paper, April 7, 2022

“Amber Harding: Will Bowser administration really terminate 913 families from housing assistance, despite a billion dollars in unexpected money?” The DC Line // Opinion, March 16, 2022

“Nadeau drafts bill to halt homeless camp removal after second cleanup” The Washington Post, December 2, 2021

“After Pausing For The Pandemic, D.C. Is Set To Terminate 384 Families’ Housing Subsidies” DCist, November 24, 2021

“After NoMa Encampment Incident, D.C. Lawmakers Call For Changes To Future Clearings” DCist, October 8, 2021

“Calls to halt District program meant to move homeless out of tents into housing intensify” The Washington Post, October 7, 2021

“No-tent zone resistance grows as city moves forward” Axios Washington, DC, October 6, 2021

“D.C. tests whether a spending boost can tackle the growing homelessness crisis” The Washington Post, September 24, 2021

“PEP-V is scheduled to conclude next month, but advocates are fighting to make the program permanent” Street Sense Media, August 4, 2021

“Amber Harding: DC must take action to avoid shifting from a public health emergency to a homelessness emergency” The DC Line // Opinion, July 18, 2021

“D.C. Just Released The Next Phase Of Its Plan To End Homelessness. Here’s What’s In It” DCist, July 13, 2021

“What’s In Mayor Bowser’s Budget for Homeless Services?” Washington City Paper, June 30, 2021

“D.C. Nearly Cleared A Homeless Encampment For A Streatery. Now Advocates Want Changes To Permitting” DCist, June 28, 2021

“Bowser becomes latest D.C. mayor to break ground on long-stalled Skyland project” The Washington Post, June 21, 2021

“D.C. to pour a record $400 million into affordable housing this year and next” The Washington Post, May 24, 2021

“Council advances Comprehensive Plan amid concerns of racial inequity” Street Sense Media, April 28, 2021

“Housing Production Trust Fund could receive $263M windfall” Street Sense Media, April 14, 2021

“DC tells medically vulnerable people sheltering in hotels that permanent supportive housing vouchers have run out” Street Sense Media, April 13, 2021

“Pregnant women with no children are shut out of family shelter spaces until their third trimester” Street Sense Media, April 7, 2021

“The pandemic helped D.C. slash family homelessness. But a new crisis looms.” The Washington Post, March 13, 2021

“Coronavirus cost them their jobs. Government relief meant they could pay the rent.” The Washington Post, February 15, 2021

“Despite 100% FEMA reimbursement, DC says they do not plan to expand the PEP-V program” Street Sense Media, February 10, 2021

“Report highlights bias-motivated violence towards people experiencing homelessness” Street Sense Media, January 27, 2021

“COVID-19 Made It Even Harder For Unhoused Washingtonians To Find Bathrooms” DCist, October 15, 2020

“Experts Warn That Slashing Pandemic Relief Now Will Harm Economy Long-Term” WAMU, July 27, 2020

“Amber Harding: With upcoming budget vote, DC leaders must change course to ease humanitarian crisis” The DC Line (Commentary), July 19, 2020

“Anticipating a rise in homelessness, advocates worry DC is phasing out motels for family shelter too soon” Street Sense Media, July 14, 2020

” ‘Black Homes Matter’ Advocates Urge D.C. Lawmakers To Prioritize Housing Ahead Of 2021 Budget Vote” WAMU, July 6, 2020

“As D.C. Budget Vote Looms, Needs Are Acute For Public Housing Residents” WAMU, July 3, 2020

“Homelessness crisis is expected in D.C. when coronavirus emergency ends and evictions begin” The Washington Post, June 15, 2020

“D.C.’s Annual Count Showed Fewer People Experiencing As of January. Experts Predict the Pandemic Will Change That” DCist, June 12, 2020

“No significant funding added to Emergency Rental Assistance Program despite ongoing effects of COVID-19” Street Sense Media, June 10, 2020

“‘I Don’t Want To Go Back To That Hell Hole'” Washington City Paper, May 28, 2020

Webinar to Address D.C. Housing Woes During Pandemic” Washington Informer, May 8, 2020

“For Families On The Edge Of Homelessness, New Challenges From Coronavirus” WAMU, May 6, 2020

“Black Washingtonians Make Up Less Than Half Of D.C.’s Population, But 80% Of Coronavirus Deaths” DCist, May 6, 2020

“‘30,000 empty hotel rooms’: Group calls for better shelter for DC’s homeless amid COVID-19” ABC7 WJLA, May 4, 2020

“Can Mayor Bowser Follow Through on Her Plan to End Homelessness by 2025?” Washington City Paper, April 30, 2020

“D.C. Opens New Family Shelter In Ward 3 As Pandemic Hits Homeless Population” WAMU, April 29, 2020

“801 East redevelopment on track to finish in September 2021, but stakeholders say there isn’t enough transparency” Street Sense Media, April 29, 2020

“‘It’s overwhelming’ Shelters struggle to stop the spread of COVID-19” WUSA9, April 27, 2020

“More Than 200 Residents Experiencing Homelessness Are In Quarantine At Five D.C. Hotels” DCist, April 23, 2020

“How COVID-19 Is Changing Cities’ Approach to Homelessness” Next City, April 14, 2020

“Handwashing Stations Are Being Installed At Some Homeless Encampments Around D.C.” DCist, April 3, 2020

“As COVID-19 Cases Increase in Homeless Shelters, D.C. Provides Hotel Rooms For Some Unsheltered Residents” Washington City Paper, April 1, 2020

“Coronavirus and the homeless: Washington risks ‘people dying in communal shelters'” Deutsche Welle, March 21, 2020

“The Coronavirus Emergency Didn’t Stop an Encampment Clearing” Washington City Paper, March 17, 2020

“Coronavirus Is Of Particular Concern for D.C.’s Large Homeless Shelters” WAMU, March 11, 2020

“Success Is a Matter of Perspective for D.C.’s Temporary Rental Subsidy Program” Washington City Paper, January 30, 2020

“More Single Adults Are Living On The Street, But D.C. Expects To See Decrease In Overall Homelessness” WAMU, January 23, 2020

“No room on the street: D.C. orders homeless out of underpass in fast-developing neighborhood” The Washington Post, January 10, 2020

“D.C. government to remove tents, belongings of homeless to create ‘pedestrian passageway'” The Washington Times, January 8, 2020

“NoMa Residents, Housed and Unhoused, Want Solutions to Encampments” Washington City Paper, December 6, 2019

“A Pregnant Homeless Woman Was Turned Away After Requesting Emergency Shelter” Washington City Paper, November 21, 2019

“Sanford Capital to return $1.1M in rent to D.C. tenants” Washington Business Journal, November 14, 2019

“Notorious landlord to pay D.C. tenants $1.1 million in city’s largest-ever rent recovery case” The Washington Post, November 13, 2019

“Housing advocates push for more aggressive rent-control measures in D.C.” The Washington Post, October 3, 2019

“Seeing Double: DC drastically reduces the number of people in shelter as more double up” Street Sense Media, October 1, 2019

” ‘We Ain’t Gonna Move’: Low-Income Residents Say Redevelopment Will Split Up Families” WAMU, September 26, 2019

” ‘Absurd’ And ‘Dehumanizing’: D.C. Advocates Respond To White House Proposals To Fight Homelessness” WAMU, September 23, 2019

“With barriers to finding shelter, pregnant women and mothers turn to small-scale operations for housing, shelter in DC” Street Sense Media, September 5, 2019

“Can the mayor deliver on her call for equitable distribution of 12,000 new affordable housing units by 2025?” The DC Line, August 28, 2019

“What’s The Latest With All The Shelters Meant To Replace D.C. General?” DCist, August 29, 2019

“What is so complicated about homeless encampments in the District?” Street Sense Media, August 29, 2019

“Letter critical of D.C. homeless encampments stirs controversy” The Washington Post, August 28, 2019

“Homeless community in D.C. clashes with city’s encampment protocol” The Washington Times, August 13, 2019

“He was a homeless musician. Now he and his beloved bass are performing again.” The Washington Post, August 1, 2019

“Problems with DC’s rapid rehousing program remain after years of concerted reform efforts” Street Sense Media, July 24, 2019

“D.C. Council directs $24 million to public housing repairs in final budget vote” The Washington Post, June 18, 2019

“Daniel del Pielago, Amber Harding and Jeremiah Lowery: Public housing tenants shouldn’t pay for CFO’s power grab” The DC Line, June 17, 2019

“GoFundMe Campaign Raises $40,000 For Couple Living In A Tent Near Union Station” DCist, April 5, 2019

“More Help for the Homeless in Anacostia” Washington Council of Lawyers East of the River Profiles, April 5, 2019

“Gabriela Sevilla raises $41K to help homeless couple” Univision News, April 5, 2019

“Legal intern raises over $41K to help homeless couple who are ‘no longer invisible'” ABA Journal, April 4, 2019

“Why are there so many homeless people in Washington, DC?” In the NOW. April 3, 2019

“‘I felt like I was drowning and now I can come up for air.’ How a Washington Post article and a public outpouring of support changed one homeless couple’s lives forever.” Street Sense Media, April 3, 2019

“‘We’re human beings!’ the homeless woman yelled. ‘Acknowledge us!’ Then people did – in a way she didn’t expect.” The Washington Post, March 28, 2019

“‘This is not me’ The rise of tent encampments is changing the face of American homelessness. Inside one, Monica Diaz struggles to keep her full-time job – and her dignity.” The Washington Post, March 22, 2019

“D.C. Plans To Phase Out Overflow Motels For Families Experiencing Homelessness By The End Of 2020” DCist, March 22, 2019

“D.C. Plans Its Exit From the Motels It Uses As Homeless Shelters” Washington City Paper, March 6, 2019

“Inside D.C.’s Annual Homelessness Count, The City’s Biggest Night For Street Outreach” WAMU, January 25, 2019

“Residents in D.C. hotel for homeless report mold” The Washington Times, December 26, 2018

“Maintenance Issues Persist in Ward 4’s Brand New Homeless Shelter” Washington City Paper, December 20, 2018

“Activists say DC housing programs leaves families ‘without safety net'” WUSA9, December 19, 2018

“Homeless advocates: D.C.’s winter shelter plan falls short for families, couples” The Washington Times, October 23, 2018

“Landlords and advocates for the homeless community push back on new eviction legislation” Street Sense Media, October 18, 2018

“34 Families Remain At D.C. General As Demolition Continues On Site” DCist, October 11, 2018

“Amber Harding: Mayor still has an opportunity to do right by current DC General residents” The DC Line, October 4, 2018

“Would Amazon HQ2 Really Be Good for Washington?” Washingtonian, September 9, 2018

“jonetta rose barras: In Congress Heights deal, DC officials speaking with forked tongue” The DCLine, August 23, 2018

“‘The last time I held her’: Home a homeless musician reclaimed the love of his life” The Washington Post, August 20, 2018

“jonetta rose barras: Unethical Developers in DC” The DCLine, August 16, 2018

“Update: Now Eight Members Of The D.C. Council Call On Bowser To Halt D.C. General Demolition After Lead Is Found In Soil” DCist, August 9, 2018

“D.C. stops exterior demolition of building near key homeless shelter after finding lead” Curbed DC, August 7, 2018

“Lead Found Outside Building on D.C. General Campus” Washington City Paper, August 6, 2018

“Demolition near D.C. homeless shelter sparks protest outside of Bowser’s home” The Washington Post, July 30, 2018

“Activists protest against D.C. General demolition outside Mayor Bowser’s home” Curbed DC, July 30, 2018

“Advocates ask D.C. mayor to pause closure of city’s biggest homeless shelter for families” Curbed DC, July 24, 2018

“Judge Orders CityPartners to Fund Nearly $900,000 Abatement Plan for Congress Heights Property” Washington City Paper, July 16, 2018

“Developer Behind Controversial Congress Heights Redevelopment Project Touts Connections With Bowser, Emails Show” Washington City Paper, July 13, 2018

The search for Relisha Rudd and the  health concerns around DC General Closure, WHUR’s “Talk Around Town” on NBC4, July 11, 2018

“Weakened D.C. General shelter bill draws ire from advocates for homeless” The Washington Post, July 11, 2018

“Trayon White Reneges on Push for  Delayed D.C. General Closure” Washington City Paper, July 11, 2018

“What’s Happening With Mayor Bowser’s Plan to Close The D.C. General Homeless Shelter?” WAMU, July 10, 2018

“D.C. Council Won’t Delay Closure Of D.C. General” DCist, July 10, 2018

“Lawmaker calls for delaying demolition near D.C. General until shelter residents are out” The Washington Post, July 9, 2018

“Gleaming Posters For New Development, Construction, Dust: What It’s Like To Live At D.C. General Right Now” DCist, June 28, 2018

“Sanford Capital Looks to ‘Political Connections’ to Get Out of Legal Problems” Washington City Paper, June 28, 2018

“D.C. Council examines construction delays while families are left in the dark” Street Sense Media, June 28, 2018

“Shelter construction delays bring questions over vetting of subcontractor” DCLine, June 28, 2018

“Homeless Advocates Say D.C. General Closure Should Be Delayed, But D.C. Officials Say Plan Remains on Track” WAMU, June 25, 2018

“Fact-Checking the Council Roundtable on Homeless Shelter Delays” Washington City Paper, June 25, 2018

“Sacred Huff Shares Personal Story on Foster Care and Her Quest to Improve the System” GW Law, May 21, 2018

“Rapid re-housing clients decry program and ask for pathways to employment” Street Sense Media, May 17, 2018

“Congress Heights Tenants Sue Current and Former Landlords” Washington City Paper, May 18, 2018

“Appeal of Brookland Manor project puts brakes on $600M redevelopment” Washington Business Journal, May 10, 2018

“D.C. cuts of taxpayer subsidies to landlord Sanford Capital after years of controversy” The Washington Post, May 10, 2018

“1,700 Unit RIA Development Joins Expanding Ranks of Projects Held Up By Appeal” Bisnow, May 9, 2018

“D.C. homeless population drops for second straight year, report finds” The Washington Post, May 8, 2018

“Report: Family Homelessness Drops By 20 Percent, Singles Experiencing Homelessness Rise” Washington City Paper, May 8, 2018

“D.C. Homeless Population Decreases for Second Year, But Advocates Worry Many Are Still At Risk” WAMU, May 8, 2018

“Bowser Wants to Fund Stop-and-Frisk Data Collection Using Eviction Prevention Program Money” Washington City Paper, May 3, 2018

“Advocates to DC Council: Bowser’s budget is a step in the right direction but does not meet 75% of the need for homeless services” Street Sense Media, May 2, 2018

“Bowser’s budget proposal includes record funding for homeless services but neglects lowest-income residents” Street Sense Media, April 18, 2018

“A New Bill Could Lower The Voting Age To 16 In Washington D.C.” Vibe, April 17, 2018

“Lawsuit alleges D.C. officials improperly seized belongings in homeless camp clearings” GW Hatchet, April 12, 2018

” This anti-discrimination bill could help people escape homelessness, if the D.C. Council would give it a hearing” Street Sense Media, April 4, 2018

“D.C. Council reviews amendment to D.C. General replacement plan” Street Sense Media, March 23, 2018

“D.C.’s Housing Authority Passes Measure Amid Questions of Conflicts of Interest” Washington City Paper, March 22, 2018

Taking Action with Parisa Norouzi
WPFW, March 20, 2018

Advocates fear accelerated closure of DC General homeless shelter could hurt families
The Washington Post, March 15, 2018

Putting Kids Last: A Time-Honored Washington Tradition
The Washington Post, March 15, 2018

Plan to close DC General homeless shelter could play role in delivering Amazon to area
WJLA, March 14, 2018

Homeless Advocates Question Bowser’s Plan to Close DC General Shelter This Year
WAMU, March 14, 2018

In Washington, DC, zip codes still determine futures
CityMetric, March 14, 2018

Homeless swept up in America’s capital clean-up
BBC, March 7, 2018

D.C. Council toughens shelter eligibility rules for the homeless
The Washington Post, March 5, 2018

Bowser Says D.C. General Family Homeless Shelter Will Close This Year
WAMU 88.5, January 22, 2018

Homeless families at DC shelter spent weekend without hot water
The Washington Post, D.C. Politics, December 5, 2017

D.C. Council weighs tougher eligibility rules for homeless shelters
The Washington Post, D.C. Politics, December 2, 2017

A sign of gentrification? Advocates question morality, utility of D.C.’s cleanups of homeless camps.
The Washington Post, November 27, 2017

The D.C. Housing Department forfeited millions as families waited for help
The Washington Post, May 6, 2017

D.C. Homelessness Doubles National Average as Living Costs Soar
New York Times, January 1, 2017

Bowser’s Homeless Shelter Reforms To Be Considered Next Year
Washington City Paper, December 6, 2016

District Lawyer Challenges Rapid Rehousing Cuts
Street Sense Media, November 16, 2016

Poorer tenants fear being pushed out by planned Congress Heights complex
The Washington Post, October 14, 2015

In closing a decrepit shelter, does new housing need private bathrooms?
Washington Post, D.C. Politics, October 13, 2015

Advocates Scrutinize Details Of Plan To End D.C. Homelessness
WAMU 88.5: NEWS, September 6, 2015

How Local Businesses Gave to Charity in 2013
Washington Post, December 20, 2013

Vincent Gray’s Desire to Win at All Costs
Colbert I. King, Washington Post, December 6, 2013

Experts Describe Positive and Negative Developments in Homeless Services
Uncensored:On the Record, Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness, November, 2013

DC Officials Try to Prepare to Handle Increase in Homelessness this Winter
Washington Post, October 28, 2013

D.C. Must Plan A Way to Serve Minor Children on Freezing Nights
Huffington Post, October 16, 2013

D.C. Council Boosts Social Services Spending by $50 Million
Washington Post, June 28, 2013

Homeless Families Protest Mayor’s Plan to Move Them Out of Shelters
Washington Post, May 3, 2013

Residents of DC General Homeless Shelter Complain of Difficulty Getting Out
DCist, March 1, 2013

Residents of DC General Shelter report poor conditions
Washington Post, February 28, 2013

Councilmembers discuss future of DC homeless shelter
WJLA, February 28, 2013

Inside DC’s Only Homeless Shelter
NBC4, February 21, 2013

DC children in shelter must get real homes
Washington Post, February 15, 2013

Why does DC still have so many homeless?
Washington Post, February 15, 2013

Report Documents Flaws in Winter Homeless Services
Street Sense, February 14, 2013

Where’s the outrage over 600 homeless children?
Washington Post, February 13, 2013

Upward DC homeless trend continues
WTOP, February 13, 2013

How To Get 600 Children Out Of DC Homeless Shelter?
WUSA9, February 13, 2013

DC General Holds 600 Homeless Children, Often Without Heat, Hot Water, Cribs
Huffington Post, February 13, 2013

U Street-Based Legal Group: Ending Homelessness Within Reach
Borderstan, February 12, 2013

DC, advocates at odds over homeless families; 900 people still in shelter
Washington Post, February 11, 2013

Working together, we can help homeless kids in DC
Washington Post, February 11, 2013

Washington Legal Clinic For The Homeless Report: DC Homeless Families Face Difficult Obstacles When Seeking Shelter
Huffington Post, February 8, 2013

Homeless families still struggle to find shelter, nonprofit says
Washington Post, February 8, 2013

600 homeless children in DC, and no one seems to care
Washington Post, February 6, 2013

Vincent Gray: $417m surplus for DC, but no tax cuts 
Washington Examiner, January 29, 2013

Harry Jaffe: DC homeless families in the cold for inauguration
Washington Examiner, January 15, 2013

HERO CENTRAL: The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless
WUSA9, July 16, 2012

Home Court Charity Basketball Game Celebrates 25th Anniversary
February 16, 2012

The DC Bar and the DC Bar Pro Bono Program extend congratulations to WLCH for 25 years of leading our community’s fight to end homelessness.
DC Bar Voices, February 7, 2012

Mayor Gray’s Budget Proposal Would Shut Down DC’s Homeless Shelter System, Discovers Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless
WLCH Press Release, April 13, 2011

Home Court Highlight Reel
YouTube, April 4, 2011

GULC Video on Home Court
YouTube, April 7, 2011

Home Court Official Game Photos
Alex Perry Productions, March 30, 2011

Bipartisan team defeats Hoya hoopsters
The Daily Caller, March 31, 2011

Sen. Brown, Reggie Love shoot hoops for charity
CBS News, April 1, 2011

Politicians Play for Charity,
The Hoya, April 1, 2011

Amazing Basketball Shot at Home Court
You Tube, March 31, 2011

Congress members swap hill hallways for the basketball court,
CNN, March 31, 2011

24th Annual Home Court Challenge,
The Hill, March 31, 2011

Game Changer: Andre Carson is a Bulldog Like Butler
Politico, March 29, 2011

DC Social Worker Offers Brutal Choice To Homeless Mother
City Paper, February 19, 2011

New approach brings US homeless in from the cold
Agence France-Presse, February 5, 2011

Advocates Insist Housing Programs Need Full Funding
The Washington Informer, January 27, 2011

Advocates Urge Gray To Vote Against Homeless Bill
The Washington City Paper, December 6, 2010

Remembering Mary Ann Luby
The Washington City Paper, December 3, 2010

Mary Ann Luby, nun who advocated for the homeless, dies at 70,
The Washington Post, November 30, 2010

DC Homeless Advocate Sister Mary Ann Luby Dies At 70
dcist.com, November 30, 2010

Meeting of Council of the District of Columbia
Committee on Human Services, Tommy Wells, Chair, November 8, 2010
(video of meeting in Windows Media Player format)

Homeless seeking shelter in DC might need to prove District ties
The Washington Post, November 7, 2010

Some Advocates For Homeless Say Residency Requirements Could Backfire
Listen to the WAMU interview with Legal Clinic Staff Attorney Nassim Moshiree
with your Real Audio or Windows Media player.

District gets winter plan for sheltering the homeless
The Washington Post, October 26, 2010

“Lawyers Pitch In” Tournament to Take Place at Cabin John Regional Park Ball Fields
WLCH Press Release, September 15, 2010

Public Oversight Roundtable on the Status of the District’s Low Barrier,Transitional and Permanent Supportive Housing Programs
Committee on Human Services, Tommy Wells, Chair, June 25, 2010

Protest Over Budget Cuts To Be Held
Washington City Paper, May 5, 2010

Washington Jewish Week: The law on their side WHC pilot dispenses free legal aid
by Richard Greenberg

Fair Budget Coalition Report: February 2010
A Balanced Approach for Challenging Times: Recommendations for Supporting human Needs, Maximizing Federal Funs, and Increasing Revenues in the District of Columbia

Assessment of Unmet Family Shelter Need in Washington, DC. Based on Virginia Williams Family Resource Center Survey, November 2009
A report by the Homeless Emergency Response Workgroup, prepared by Adam Rocap, LICSW, February 2010

Legal Clinic Response to WAMU Story
Source: Marta Beresin, Legal Clinic Staff Attorney

Big Worry: District Homeless Shelters Are Already At Capacity
Washington City Paper, October 29, 2009

DC Vows to Shelter Homeless Despite Budget
The Washington Post, October 15, 2009

Inside The Homeless Services Budget Mess
Washington City Paper, October 8, 2009

City Saves A Few Bucks, But Cost Mounts
The Washington Post, October 6, 2009

Shelter Is Even More Tenuous – City Budget Cuts Stun Advocates for Homeless
The Washington Post, October 3, 2009

Homelessness Among Families in DC Up Much More than National Average
WAMU, July 10, 2009

Homeless Advocates Say Economy Causing Overcrowding at Shelters
WAMU, July 2, 2009

In from the Cold: Making Homeless Shelters Accessible to people with Disabilities in the Nation’s Capital
Clearinghouse REVIEW Journal of Poverty Law and Policy, May – June 2009