JOIN RIGHT TO THE CITY PARNTERS AND ALLIES FOR
RENTER WEEK OF ACTION
“Housing is a human right. All people must have a safe, affordable, and quality housing.”
Renters are taking direct action to confront the corporate landlords, politicians and developers who are destroying our communities and fueling the housing crisis.
The majority of all renters (51%) pay an unaffordable rent. Eviction, rising rents and gentrification are racial, gender and economic violence harming our people. Entire communities and cultures are being erased by aggressive development. We’re occupying their offices, taking back our communities and escalating because this isn’t a game. We’re fighting for our lives, our communities and our futures.
SATURDAY SEPT 16, 10AM Meet at Back Bay T-station, Orange line
City-wide March on BOSTON’S WORST LANDLORD
Boston will kick off the National Renters’ Week of Action with a huge march starting in Back Bay. We’ll march to the home/office of a major corporate landlord who has been dramatically rent-hiking and evicting scores of families of color, Section 8 renters, and immigrant families throughout Boston. SHOW SOLIDARITY on the 16th and bring the spirit of change!
SATURDAY SEPT 16, 10AM WORKSHOP IN ROXBURY, RESURRECTION LUTHERAN CHURCH, 94 WARREN ST)
Come join the Transit Riders Union (TRU) for a worksho on the history of transit justice organizing in the U.S, and right here in Boston! We will be talking about the new faces behind differenct decision currently on the table like: *Fare Increases & *Privatization
SATURDAY SEPT 16, 12N – 5PM EXPO WITH NEU4J
Tilman St next to 1845 Dorchester Ave.
At the Expo you can…
*Sign up for local Jobs and Training
*Get Eviction and/or Forclosure Assistance
*Meet and Shop with Local Vendors
*Bounce House, Face Painting, Free GiveAways
*Meet local Community, Labor, and Business Partners
*Enjoy Music, Neighbors and Friends
*Brind the Kids!
Support your local organization and the Fight for Justice!
JOIN MANY OTHER CONVERSATIONS THIS WEEK!!!!
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Residents in Boston are coming together to share ideas around how federal funding can be used to improve our neighborhoods. How would YOU spend $$$ Coming into the City?
Is it more Housing? What kind of Housing? Is it improving transportation? Is it funding for more small business?
What does our Neighborhood Need?
Come and learn AFFH (Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing), what the City has done so far and capture your ideas in your neighborhood. Comments and community feedback will be recorded and will help shape the process!
Date: Monday September 18, 2017, Dinner will be provided
Time: 5:30 pm to 8pm
Location: Vietnamese American Community Center 42 Charles St, Dorchester (behind Fields Corner Station)
Translation will be provided, please contact for reasonable accommodations. Questions? Call AARW 617-942-8178
Date: Wednesday September 20, 2017, Lunch will be provided
Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: Chinese Progressive Association 28 Ash Street, Chinatown
Translation will be provided, please contact for reasonable accommodations. Questions? Call CPA 617-357-4499
Rent Control – Are we really ready???
Residents in Boston are coming together to share and hear ideas around Rent Control. Is Boston ready?
Date: Tuesday September 19, 2017
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm
Location: City Life 284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain
Spanish translation provided Questions? Call RTCB 617-858-6116