Congress Heights Update and Email Action
You can make it clear that the members of the Alabama Ave/13th Street Tenants Coalition are not alone. It’s vital that Mayor Bowser and DC Council hear that their constituents are in solidarity with the tenants in the struggle for housing justice at Congress Heights.Read More
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We continue to press for these changes because our clients need, want, and deserve better.
You can make it clear that the members of the Alabama Ave/13th Street Tenants Coalition are not alone. It’s vital that Mayor Bowser and DC Council hear that their constituents are in solidarity with the tenants in the struggle for housing justice at Congress Heights.
In the year ahead, we will do our very best to level the playing fields and to bridge the divides, so that before too many more calendar pages turn, all DC residents may have a safe and affordable place to call home.