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Jerry Jones Jun 26
These boxes show the state-by-state distribution of 2.4 million eviction notices annually.
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Molly J 14 Apr 18
There is an incredible shortage of homes affordable for those who earn the least, the result of wage stagnation, rising costs of living, and policies based in racism. The highlights the terrible human suffering that results from eviction and homelessness.
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Helder Gil 16 Apr 18
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Molly J 15 Apr 18
"The U.S has a shortage of 7.4M affordable & available rental homes for extremely low income renter households, resulting in 35 affordable & available units for every 100 renter households" 's
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LISC DC 14 May 18
The LISC DC team is spending the morning at the at .
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Molly J 14 Apr 18
I interrupt my twitter feed of tweets with this generous . They were kind enough not to bail on me.
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Eliza Schultz 15 Apr 18
it’s wild the extent to which the deck is stacked against low-income renters (at the )
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Kevin A Fitzgerald Jan 24
Visited the at the National Building Museum today.
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Kevin Mahoney, CFP® 3 May 18
Visit w/ to see & ’s . As we’ve learned from important voices like , , & , rising costs + stagnant wages leave many people with few options when a life setback hits.
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Jerry Jones Jun 26
Checking out the with other housing advocates at the in Washington DC.
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Eliza Schultz 15 Apr 18
find yourself a clique whose idea of a fun Sunday includes going to the at the Nat’l Building Museum
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Sarah Leavitt May 7
One of my favorite things about welcoming to here is everything but also that she took time out of her busy day to come in because she believes that museums are a powerful tool to teach, inspire, and challenge.
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Basque Design Museum Aug 30
Join us on September 6th for an exclusive National BuildingMuseum viewing. Register for to reserve your spot for private tours of the Making Room: Housing for a Changing America and - Learn more here: …
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AG Karl A. Racine 17 Apr 18
is a must-see. Inspired by 's book, this exhibit tells the shameful story of our country’s treatment of its most vulnerable residents who are made poorer b/c they're denied the foundation that safe & affordable housing provides.
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David I. Leavitt🔹 16 Apr 18
Each year, 2.4 million Americans face eviction each year. If you don't understand the eviction crisis, now is your chance to visit an important ground-breaking exhibition. (For free!)
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Songbae Aug 19
Nuclear families (two parents, children under 21) are only 20% of households
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Heiner Giese 20 May 18
This is the (now abandoned) Milwaukee house Desmond was living in while he researched his book. You can get a video tour of some of the houses the Milwaukee tenants lived in at
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Neighborhood Health 15 Apr 18
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Book Club Apr 18
What's amazing is that they're doing an exhibit about it at the National Building Museum in town! We're going to meet there to discuss the book Saturday April 27th at 1pm. Join us there!
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LISC DC 13 Apr 18
“Eviction seems to push people deeper into disadvantage.” -
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