The government can create the money it needs if it wants to. It just has to decide it wants to.
There is a direct correlation between this racial, gendered wage gap and evictions.
"We cannot be abandoning the up to 11 million Americans that are in need, particularly when emergency rental assistance—the $46 billion that we authorized—has not gotten out."
States should do anything they can to reduce the barrier between renters and homeowners—and fight for a society where all people are treated equally regardless of if they own property or not.
“I need to allocate my money for food, health care and other necessities, not to pay rent to corporate landlords.”
"As rents and child care costs march steadily higher, keeping up with these rising costs may be one of many factors keeping parents up at night."
A Cincinnati nonprofit works to give renters a reason to stay and invest in their homes.