Join hundreds of struggling renters and supporters on a statewide conference call on Monday April 27th at 12:30PM where we are discussing the crisis and calling on Governor Newsom to keep families housed and debt free!
Click Here to Register!!! <[link removed]>
Millions of people were unable to pay their rent in March or April, and that number will rise as May 1st approaches and rent is due again. Many of us have been furloughed or lost our jobs due to the economic and social impacts of Shelter-in Place (“SIP”) orders necessary to lessen the spread of Coronavirus in our communities.
The rapid loss of wages and jobs is leaving tens of millions of people in California and across the country unable to meet basic needs, like food, rent, utilities, and childcare. And as many have lost their jobs, they have also lost their employer-based healthcare in the middle of a global public health pandemic.
Governor Newsom has wide authority to pass protections for both renters and mortgage holders now! He has already helped negotiate a mortgage grace period for some property owners, but no guarantee of rent relief for California’s 17 million tenants. While the courts are not processing unlawful detainers during SIP, it’s not stopping landlords from giving tenants non-payment eviction notices, harassing already stressed tenants to pay rent, or pressuring tenants to sign payment plans or new leases that set them up for eviction once SIP orders are lifted.
We need direct and immediate action from Governor Newsom. An eviction moratorium is NOT ENOUGH to ensure tenants can have a #DebtFreeFuture.
Join us on Monday April 27th at 12:30PM to demand Governor Newsom fight to Keep Families Housed and Debt Free! <[link removed]>
PS. You can also mark your attendance on the facebook event <[link removed]> here!
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