On October 23, 2015, RTHA will join grassroots organizations from all over the country in Washington, DC to raise the issue of the human right to water and sanitation in the U.S. at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) 156th Session. Human Rights experts will hear from communities directly affected by water issues in … Continue reading #WaterIsAHumanRight
This article published today on NextCity.org takes on Baltimore’s Rent Court. RTHA Members Deborah Jennings and Detrese Dowridge discuss their experiences and challenges in Rent Court. //“The court system is not for the tenant,” says Jennings wearily. “It just becomes a money thing. It’s no longer about human beings.”// Read the article at NextCity.org here. … Continue reading “Every Renter’s Nightmare”: RTHA Members Talk About Rent Court
On behalf of Darrell Glover, please take a minute today to call Christopher D. Scott and urge him to do the right thing and restore power and water at 2425 St. Paul Street, because safe, habitable housing is a human right. Please do not call after 8pm: Cell: 410-926-2502 Office: 703.883.0102 I’ve been a tenant … Continue reading Darrell Glover: 30 Days Without Water
Press Advisory ***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** May 19th, 2015 Right to Housing Alliance Members Settle Lawsuit Over Sage Management’s Collection Practices Sage Management agrees to $1M settlement and an end to “fee churning” scheme.
Residents of Bernard E Mason Senior Apartments invite you to join them today at 6pm 2121 Windsor Gardens Lane as they attempt to hold a meeting in their community room to discuss crucial issues related to the implementation of the Rental Assistance Demonstration program. Their access to the community room is being denied by building … Continue reading Open Letter to HABC: Stop Violating Residents’ Right to Organize
Right to Housing Alliance Leadership Council Member Saba Nazeer was interviewed for this article in Vice. Read the article at Vice here.