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Join the North American Day of Housing Action. Last year, the National Day of Housing Action built momentum for the National Affordable Housing Trust Fund Campaign, is a nationwide effort to produce new housing in volumes not seen since the New Deal. Affordable housing construction means new jobs in these hard times, but many federal politicians have not committed to this needed legislation. This year on November 20th, we will continue to encourage them to do so.

On this day, we — people experiencing homelessness, students, union workers, religious communities, and housing organizations — will demand that politicians endorse the Trust Fund. We will do so by organizing local actions designed to draw attention to both the current housing crisis and a solution to it. Please let us know your state or local organization’s plans for November 20th by notifying Right to a Roof (R2AR), part of the Coalition On Homelessness, San Francisco at housingworkgroup@ yahoo.com.

The North American Day of Housing Action is presented by R2AR, the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness and the National Coalition for the Homeless.

For more informationabout local actions, contact Right 2 A Roof at 415/346.3740


Author: Street Sheet Editor

The STREET SHEET is the oldest continuously published street news paper in the United States. Organizationally, it is the public education and outreach tool of the Coalition on Homelessness. Every month, the STREET SHEET reaches 32,000 readers through over 200 homeless or low-income vendors. Our vendors are charged nothing for the papers they receive, and keep all money they earn through STREET SHEET distribution.

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