COVID-19 has shown us how deeply housing stability matters for our health and well-being–with many families facing eviction, foreclosure, and insurmountable housing debt.
Now, new federal investments provide a once-in-a-generation opportunity to ensure stable and debt-free housing for families and advance racial equity.
Join us for a conversation with local government and community leaders on the frontlines of this moment, to discuss how we can take advantage of this opportunity.
Carlos Romero, Mayor of East Palo Alto
On the City’s approach to protecting the health and housing stability of residents.
Cristal Little, Organizer with the Vallejo Housing Justice Collective
On her work building successful coalitions to pass policies and create investments in housing—including community land trusts and emergency COVID protections.
Will Dominie, BARHII’s Housing and Equitable Development Policy Manager
On the impacts of housing instability on children’s health during the pandemic.
ACT-California teams, city leaders and staff, community members and organizations, and everyone interested in the health of our children and families, are invited to join.