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 management on the orders of the Resident Advisory Board.
Right to Housing Alliance Leadership Council Member Saba Nazeer was interviewed for this article in Vice. Read the article at Vice here.
Water is being turned off to 25,000 households in Baltimore. We, the members of Right to Housing Alliance and concerned residents of Baltimore City, demand a moratorium on water shut-offs, because water is a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT that we all need to survive.
This article in ThinkProgress highlights the relationship between water and housing. Many Right to Housing Alliance members are struggling with the fact that, with water often collected as rent, they can be evicted from their homes for not being able to afford rising water costs.
March 30, 2015
In light of the recent announcement that the Department of Public Works plans to shut off water to 25,000 households, we, the Bristol House Tenant Association leadership would like to express our concerns with the ongoing increase in water charges that has not only affected homeowners of Baltimore City, but its apartment renters as well.