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East Bay Housing Organizations EBHO is a member-driven organization working to create, preserve, and protect affordable housing oppo
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Renters make up 40% of Concord’s population, contributing to a thriving economy, good schools, and safe communities. How...
09/02/2023

Renters make up 40% of Concord’s population, contributing to a thriving economy, good schools, and safe communities. However, reasonable rents are out of reach for many working renters and families.

Concord needs strong tenant protection policies to ensure that working families can stay safely in their homes. These protections will minimize displacement and homelessness, stabilizing our community and keeping all Concord residents safe.

To read more, visit bit.ly/ConcordHousingFacts.

City of Concord, California Concord City Councilmember Laura Nakamura Carlyn Suzanne Obringer Edi Birsan Concord City Councilmember Laura Hoffmeister

08/30/2023
This week, East Bay Housing Organizers joined our partner My Eden Voice to release the “In the Shadows of Eden” report d...
08/05/2023

This week, East Bay Housing Organizers joined our partner My Eden Voice to release the “In the Shadows of Eden” report detailing renter needs in the urban unincorporated area of Alameda County, also known as the Eden Area.

Unlike their neighbors elsewhere in Alameda County, renters in the unincorporated Eden Area have no local tenant protections, leaving them vulnerable to inhabitable living conditions, rising rents, and no fault evictions.

Read the East Bay Times’ coverage of our report below or read the report directly at https://ebho.org/launching-the-in-the-shadows-of-eden-report/.

07/03/2023
Happy Pride Month from Team EBHO! This Pride Month, we’re giving thanks to the Black and Brown trans women who won us ou...
06/28/2023

Happy Pride Month from Team EBHO!

This Pride Month, we’re giving thanks to the Black and Brown trans women who won us our rights. The first Pride celebration was a riot. In 1969, when police burst into the Stonewall Inn in New York City to conduct yet another raid on Black and Brown trans people simply for existing in public, the community fought back. Two trans women of color credited with participating in the riot — Marsha B. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera — went on to be leaders in the community, founding a shelter for homeless gay and trans youth.

The LGBTQ+ community is deeply impacted by the homelessness crisis. LGBTQ+ people are 120% more likely to experience some form of homelessness during their life than the general population. And heartbreakingly, the crisis is most severe among youth.

One in four transgender youth will experience homelessness, and the rates of homelessness are even higher in the BIPOC community. The primary reason for LGBTQ+ youth homelessness is family rejection. Therefore, the right wing’s escalating campaign to eradicate trans people from public life threatens not only trans’ people’s civil rights, but trans children’s homes.

Amidst this political warfare, we at East Bay Housing Organizations are unequivocal in our support of the LGBTQ+ community and our opposition to transphobic legislation.

We urge fellow housing advocates to celebrate and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community in all of our work, far past this June.

Join EBHO and our friends at   Coalition next Mon 2:30pm @   to demand a   that works for ALL of Oakland.  Please take a...
06/21/2023

Join EBHO and our friends at Coalition next Mon 2:30pm @ to demand a that works for ALL of Oakland. Please take a moment to support by filling out our People's Budget Pledge:
https://bit.ly/OPBCpledge

This coming Monday, June 19th, EBHO is celebrating the Juneteenth holiday!Juneteenth is Freedom Day. Though the Emancipa...
06/16/2023

This coming Monday, June 19th, EBHO is celebrating the Juneteenth holiday!

Juneteenth is Freedom Day. Though the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863, it took time for news to travel across the country. Juneteenth marks June 19, 1865 when 250,000 enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas found out they were free.

Click through to learn more about the Juneteenth holiday, how the legacy of slavery still affects housing justice, and to get some reading and podcast suggestions for how to learn more.

We invite you to learn more about your community and join the fight for Black liberation. None of us are free until we’re all free.

What is Juneteenth? The Emancipation Proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 to legally end slavery in the seceded southern States, but the order could not be fully implemented in places still under Confederate control. As such, enslaved people in the westernmost Confederate

EBHO is excited to announce that, effective June 1, 2023, our Senior Director of Memberships & Operations, Kiki Poe, and...
06/02/2023

EBHO is excited to announce that, effective June 1, 2023, our Senior Director of Memberships & Operations, Kiki Poe, and Senior Director of Programs, Rev. Sophia DeWitt, will serve as Interim Co-Directors.

At the end of 2022, we announced EBHO’s Interim Executive Director, Debra Ballinger. It is bittersweet to share that Debra is completing her time with us to consult on the planning of an exciting guaranteed income pilot that Monument Impact will launch this fall. We thank her for her leadership and willingness to step in to support the entire staff and Board during this season of change. While it’s sad to say goodbye, we are grateful that Debra will continue to be a strong ally of EBHO.

We acknowledge change can be challenging and are beyond thrilled and appreciative for Kiki and Sophia’s leadership during this transition period as our Board of Directors continues their EBHO Executive Director search.

Read more about Kiki and Sophia and this transition below

Dear friends and supporters, At the end of 2022, we announced EBHO’s Interim Executive Director, Debra Ballinger. Debra is a long-time member and partner of EBHO and a community anchor in Concord and East Contra Costa County supporting immigrants, refugees, and lower-income residents.

05/31/2023
HAPPENING TODAY: Wrap up   by learning how to get involved!Join us over your lunchbreak today for a panel conversation t...
05/30/2023

HAPPENING TODAY: Wrap up by learning how to get involved!

Join us over your lunchbreak today for a panel conversation to learn more about EBHO’s work.

EBHO’s Strategic Communications Manager Sasha Perigo will moderate a panel conversation between committee leads and resident leaders about EBHO’s priorities this year. There will be time for Q&A.

This event is intended for journalists, interested community members, or prospective new members. RSVP required:
https://ebho.org/event/11171/

NEXT TUESDAY: Join us over your lunch break for Intro to EBHO!There will be a panel discussion with committee leads and ...
05/24/2023

NEXT TUESDAY: Join us over your lunch break for Intro to EBHO!

There will be a panel discussion with committee leads and community organizers about EBHO's 2023 priorities, with an opportunity for Q&A.

Intended for journalists, interested community members, and prospective new members alike, this will be a great opportunity to learn about how you can plug into EBHO's work.

RSVP for Zoom information:

Affordable Homes For All

Help us close out   2023 by attending one (or more) of the final AHM events coming up this week and next!This week we ha...
05/22/2023

Help us close out 2023 by attending one (or more) of the final AHM events coming up this week and next!

This week we have two exciting in-person panel events about lived experiences in affordable housing hosted by our partners United Way Bay Area tomorrow and Hope Solutions on Wednesday. Finally, we have our Intro to EBHO webinar scheduled for next Tuesday, May 30 where we will discuss EBHO’s priorities for the upcoming year.

For more information about these events visit ebho.org/events.
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United Way Bay Area , Hope Solutions , LISC Bay Area, MidPen Housing, EAH Housing

Oakland is hosting a series of forums to solicit feedback about what YOU want to see in the Oakland budget!Mark your cal...
05/17/2023

Oakland is hosting a series of forums to solicit feedback about what YOU want to see in the Oakland budget!

Mark your calendar for one of the following forums and fill out this form to stay in the loop about EBHO's talking points: https://forms.gle/jPHR9DUmpUwrjh579

Community Budget Forums are starting this week. Join us in support of the People's Budget priorities!

Affordable Housing Month is in full swing, with many more events coming up in the second half of May! Check out EBHO's u...
05/16/2023

Affordable Housing Month is in full swing, with many more events coming up in the second half of May! Check out EBHO's upcoming events, including our Intro to EBHO panel on 5/30! For more details and to RSVP visit ebho.org/events.

Affordable Homes For All

It's  ! This year we're embracing the theme of the Bay Area as our neighborhood.We are fighting to ensure that all of ou...
05/02/2023

It's ! This year we're embracing the theme of the Bay Area as our neighborhood.

We are fighting to ensure that all of our neighbors and everyone who wants to be our neighbor can have access to a safe, affordable, and dignified home.

Join the movement by attending one of the events on our East Bay Affordable Housing Month calendar: https://ebho.org/events/tag/ahm-2023/

It is a busy time of year in Sacramento. The state legislature has reconvened from spring recess and EBHO is working har...
04/18/2023

It is a busy time of year in Sacramento. The state legislature has reconvened from spring recess and EBHO is working hard to advocate for critical affordable housing legislation.

Read about our first round of endorsed legislation and learn how to take action on our website!
https://ebho.org/legislative-work/

California State Legislation 2023 Legislative Agenda Take Action! Join Policy Committee EBHO engages in state-level advocacy to ensure the realization of our vision — racially and economically just East Bay where everyone has a safe, stable, and affordable home

We're excited to announce the Affordable Housing Month 2023 events calendar!This year we've partnered with our members t...
04/14/2023

We're excited to announce the Affordable Housing Month 2023 events calendar!

This year we've partnered with our members to bring you 15 events, including days of action, affordable housing groundbreakings, community celebrations, informational panels, and more. There's truly something for everyone.

Which event strikes your fancy? Tag a friend and tell them all about.
https://ebho.org/our-work/affordable-housing-month/

04/11/2023
04/06/2023

Children deserve stable housing.

Hear more about why EBHO and the Raise the Roof Concord coalition are supporting just cause and anti-harassment ordinances in Antioch.

Call for event submissions!Are you or your organization hosting an Affordable Housing Month event in the month of May? A...
04/03/2023

Call for event submissions!

Are you or your organization hosting an Affordable Housing Month event in the month of May? Affordable Housing Month is our opportunity to show what is possible when we work together, educate the public, and collaborate to make “affordable homes for all” a reality.

EBHO members are encouraged to submit their events to be featured in EBHO's Affordable Housing Month promotions and programming, including on our calendar, website, and social media.

Please use this form to submit your event by April 14, 2023!
https://ebho.salsalabs.org/SignUptoHostanAHMEvent2023/index.html

Members: Join us in creating events for Affordable Housing Month.

Tickets to EBHO’s 2023 Affordable Housing Month kickoff celebration are on sale now!Our biggest event of the year will b...
03/28/2023

Tickets to EBHO’s 2023 Affordable Housing Month kickoff celebration are on sale now!

Our biggest event of the year will be held on Thursday, May 4th at 5:30 PM at BLOC15 in Oakland. Join us for a night of food, drinks, dancing, networking, and honoring our affordable housing heroes.

Tickets are $50 for members and $80 for the general public.

Purchase yours today and learn more about how you can support this event below

https://ebho.salsalabs.org/2023AHMKickoffCelebrationTickets/index.html

Join us at BLOC15 in Oakland for our in-person Affordable Housing Month Kickoff event! It’s a night of food, drinks, dancing, networking with others interested in creating a better East Bay, and honoring several of our affordable housing heroes.

Do you know our next Community Organizer?EBHO is seeking a Suburban Organizer to help us expand our Resident Community O...
03/24/2023

Do you know our next Community Organizer?

EBHO is seeking a Suburban Organizer to help us expand our Resident Community Organizing Program (RCOP) into Contra Costa County.

The fulltime Suburban Organizer will work extensively in the field with people who live in affordable housing, non-profit housing developers and their site staff, and coalition partners to build a powerful base of resident leaders that will advance the work of RCOP in the suburban areas of Concord and Antioch. The Suburban Organizer will identify, recruit and organize affordable housing residents to get involved in EBHO as leaders and advocates for their community and for affordable housing and housing justice.

Salary is $65,000 – $75,000 DOE. For more information about this job posting and to learn how to apply, please visit ebho.org/careers.

Save the date! Get ready to party with EBHO at our Affordable Housing Month Kickoff on Thursday, May 4th at 5:30 PM at B...
03/07/2023

Save the date! Get ready to party with EBHO at our Affordable Housing Month Kickoff on Thursday, May 4th at 5:30 PM at BLOC15 in Oakland.

Each May, EBHO joins with affordable housing advocacy organizations across the Bay Area to hold Affordable Housing Month. Our kickoff celebration is the first event in a month-long calendar of programming including educational webinars, affordable housing tours, grand openings, and more. There’s truly something for everyone.

We are currently seeking sponsors for our kickoff event. For more information, please visit ebho.org.

Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list at ebho.org/updates to receive a notification when tickets go on sale.

02/28/2023

Today may be the last day of Black History Month, but the work for Black liberation continues!

If you haven't already, be sure to read our latest blog post where EBHO's Faith, Justice and Community Organizer Ronnie Boyd honors the Poor People's Campaign and Moms 4 Housing, two Black-led organizations that inspire her work.
https://ebho.org/celebrating-black-history-month/

TODAY at 1:30 PM: Join EBHO for a recap of the 2022 local elections and a conversation about what comes next!The Novembe...
01/30/2023

TODAY at 1:30 PM: Join EBHO for a recap of the 2022 local elections and a conversation about what comes next!

The November 2022 election yielded a number of important victories, new housing funding in Berkeley and Oakland, several tenant rights measures, and the election of a number of pro-housing candidates to City Council in Berkeley and Oakland and more.

How can we build on those wins? Let’s discuss!

RSVP for Zoom information: https://ebho.salsalabs.org/130PostElectionLunchLearn/index.html

RSVP to attend a candidate forum with candidates for Oakland Mayor and the Alameda County District 3 Supervisor on housing, homelessness, and hunger.

From Oakland to Memphis, we call for  .This Sunday, the Anti Police-Terror Project will be hosting a march and rally at ...
01/28/2023

From Oakland to Memphis, we call for .

This Sunday, the Anti Police-Terror Project will be hosting a march and rally at 5 PM in Oscar Grant Plaza.

CONCORD RESIDENTS: We need you!The redevelopment of the Concord Naval Weapons Station is a great opportunity to envision...
01/26/2023

CONCORD RESIDENTS: We need you!

The redevelopment of the Concord Naval Weapons Station is a great opportunity to envision the future of our community and build thousands of affordable homes.

Unfortunately, the terms sheet as written does not meet the Area Plan requirement of 25% affordable housing.

Please email your City Councilmember and tell them to and reject this term sheet as written: https://ebho.salsalabs.org/CNWSTermSheet128Vote/index.html

The redevelopment of the Concord Naval Weapons Station is a unique opportunity to envision the future of our community. ...
01/25/2023

The redevelopment of the Concord Naval Weapons Station is a unique opportunity to envision the future of our community. Unfortunately, the term sheet in front of the City Council does not include enough affordable housing.

It's critical that we get this right.

Concord residents, please write your City Councilmember an email and ask them to and reject this term sheet and fight for more housing for our community!
https://ebho.salsalabs.org/CNWSTermSheet128Vote/index.html

The Concord Naval Weapons Station term sheet does not provide enough affordable housing. Tell the City Council to put Concord first and reject this term sheet!

We are devastated by the mass shootings targeting the AAPI community in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay this week, as we...
01/25/2023

We are devastated by the mass shootings targeting the AAPI community in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay this week, as well as the shooting in East Oakland.

AAPI UNITE and community partners are hosting a candlelight vigil in Oakland tonight from 6-7 PM at Wilma Chan Park to honor the victims.

Moms 4 Housing are occupying the Alameda County Board of Supervisors chambers in support of My Eden Voice's campaign for...
01/25/2023

Moms 4 Housing are occupying the Alameda County Board of Supervisors chambers in support of My Eden Voice's campaign for tenant protections.

The moms say they are staging a 60 hour sit-in in solidarity with the 60,000 renters in the Eden Area who do not have local tenant protections.

Right now, we are holding a sit-in, in the nonviolent civil disobedience tradition of Martin Luther King, to demand that the Alameda County Board of Supervisors uphold their original vote to pass permanent Just Cause eviction protections for the 60,000 tenants living in the unincorporated areas of Alameda County.

We are prepared to hold this sit in for 60 hours - for the 60,000 tenants who need these protections.

Calling all supporters to come to the 5th floor of 1221 Oak Street NOW to support this sit in.

For the past four years, the 60,000 renters in the Eden Area have fought for the same basic tenant protections that thei...
01/23/2023

For the past four years, the 60,000 renters in the Eden Area have fought for the same basic tenant protections that their neighbors have elsewhere in Alameda County.

On December 20, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors passed "phase one" of tenant protections for the unincorporated areas — including a fair chance ordinance, just cause for eviction protections, and a rental registry. In order for these protections to go into effect, we need to win one more vote.

Vulnerable low income tenants in the Eden Area cannot wait! Please join us in writing a letter to the Board of Supervisors today.
https://ebho.salsalabs.org/AlCoTenantProtectionsVote124/index.html

Renters in Alameda County's unincorporated areas are struggling with rising rents, landlord harassment, and inhabitable living conditions. Contact the Board of Supervisors today to encourage them to take action to protect our neighbors.

As we plan for the year ahead, we're also taking time to look towards the past.This year we relaunched in-person events ...
01/12/2023

As we plan for the year ahead, we're also taking time to look towards the past.

This year we relaunched in-person events and explored what hybrid formats work best for our community. Six of the bills we endorsed in the state legislature were signed into law as well as five local ballot measures. Our Housing Elements Working Group tracked planning processes in 20 municipalities. Speaking of planning, we launched our own 2023-2026 Strategic Plan that will guide us into the future as we transition between Executive Directors.

We invite you to take a minute to reflect with us on the wins above, and so many more, that our community achieved in 2022.
https://ebho.org/goodbye-2022/

The word that best sums up our year would be transformational — 2022 was a transformative year for East Bay Housing Organizations. This year we relaunched in-person events and explored what hybrid formats work best for our community. Six of the bills we endorsed in the state legislature were s

ACTION ALERT: Tell the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, pass tenant protections for vulnerable families!Alameda Coun...
12/19/2022

ACTION ALERT: Tell the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, pass tenant protections for vulnerable families!

Alameda County residents, please use this letter-writing tool to register your support with our Supervisors for tenant protections for the unincorporated Eden Area.

After a four year fight, tomorrow the Board of Supervisors will vote on the first set of tenant protections for the Eden Area, including just cause for eviction, a rental registry, and fair chance ordinance.
https://ebho.salsalabs.org/AlCoTenantProtectionsVote1220/index.html

Renters in Alameda County's unincorporated areas are struggling with rising rents, landlord harassment, and inhabitable living conditions. Contact the Board of Supervisors today to encourage them to take action to protect our neighbors.

12/08/2022

With over 20 California municipalities that have local rent control measures, it can be hard to know what you should be paying in rent.

That’s why our partners at TechEquity Collaborative and ACCE Action created tenantprotections.org.

Fill out a brief questionnaire with your zip code and information about your housing situations and see how much your landlord can legally charge. Check it out: https://tenantprotections.org/

Today we welcomed Interim Executive Director Debra Ballinger and bid farewell to outgoing Executive Director Gloria Bruc...
12/06/2022

Today we welcomed Interim Executive Director Debra Ballinger and bid farewell to outgoing Executive Director Gloria Bruce at her very last staff meeting!

Bidding farewell to our fearless leader is bittersweet, but we're looking forward to what the new year brings us.

Fighting for housing justice means fighting to return Indigenous land to Indigenous people.East Bay Housing Organization...
11/30/2022

Fighting for housing justice means fighting to return Indigenous land to Indigenous people.

East Bay Housing Organizations is proud to pay shuumi to the Sogorea Te' Land Trust, and we invite you to join us.

Here in the East Bay we live on Lisjan Ohlone land, and the Sogorea Te' Land Trust works on restoring and rematriating Lisjan Ohlone land and cultural revitalization.

Learn more about the Sogorea Te' Land Trust and paying shuumi in our latest blog post:
https://ebho.org/more-than-a-land-acknowledgement/

Fighting for housing justice means not only acknowledging the history of the land we live on, but fighting to return indigenous land to indigenous people. If you have attended an East Bay Housing Organizations event, you will have noticed the land acknowledgment we present at the beginning of ea

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Join Moms 4 Housing and C4C at our Measure Q Victory Party at Kinfolx Coffee/Wine/Culture on Sunday, December 18th from 3-5pm!! If you volunteered or if you voted for Measure Q, this victory belongs to YOU! With your support, Measure Q will authorize the City to build 13,000 units of low-income affordable housing. This event is a fundraiser for Care 4 Community Action, and we’d love to see you there!

We are officially going hybrid to ensure that our Party is accessible to everyone who wants to attend ❤ ❤.

Register for the in-person event here: donate.care4communityaction.org/measure_q_victory_party

The virtual portion will run from 3:30-4:30pm and you can register here: https://bit.ly/MeasureQVirtual

For those interested and able to attend in person, please bring your masks!

Carroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3 Oakland Tenants Union Parent Voices Oakland East Bay Housing Organizations Dan KALB, Oakland City Councilmember CRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAA
Thank you to everyone who came out on Wednesday morning to the Housing Justice Workshop hosted by Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy (an initiative of EBASE)!

Over 30 individuals showed up in-person or online to learn more about the difficulties Contra Costa County renters and unhoused individuals are facing and what they can do to help.

Thank you to our panelists Guadalupe Tolento, Vice President of Todos Santos Tenants Union / Union de Inquilinos Todos Santos and EBASE staff, Reverend Sophia Dewitt from East Bay Housing Organizations, Betty Gabaldon from EBASE, William Goodwin from Hope Solutions, Noralea Gipner from Homeless Action Coalition, La Tanya Johnson from Concord Communities Alliance, and everyone else who spoke!

With more people losing their homes in Contra Costa County than other neighboring counties, now is the time to get involved with the fight for tenant rights and take action. Make sure you follow us to stay updated on what's next!
SAVE THE DATE! FAME is hosting a Housing Justice Workshop on Wednesday, November 16th from 10 am - 12 pm. This is an important opportunity to learn more about the difficulties facing tenants and unhoused residents in Contra Costa County and elsewhere, and what you or your congregation can do to advocate for real solutions to homelessness, unaffordable rents, and inadequate rental housing.

The speakers will be from: Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy (FAME), East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE), Todos Santos Tenants Union (TSTU), East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO), Concord Communities Alliance, Hope Solutions, and Homeless Action Coalition.

You can attend FAME’s workshop in-person or online. Check out the link for more information and RSVP today to save your spot: bit.ly/famehousing

Spread the word and share the Facebook event page: https://fb.me/e/2kV7EUZbH
Looking forward to attend East Bay Housing Organizations' Annual Meeting and Membership Celebration this evening! Thank you EBHO for creating a platform where residents, activists, housing experts and the whole community can unite to fight for affordable housing for all. Special thanks to Gloria Bruce for her tenacious leadership at EBHO for the last seven years. We wish her success in her new endeavors.

For more information, please visit:

https://ebho.org/

RP: Parent Voices Oakland

Measure V extends just cause protections to more households to prevent evictions and keep people housed!
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¡La Medida V extiende las protecciones de causa justa a más hogares para evitar desalojos y mantener a las personas alojadas!

Moms 4 HousingCarroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3Dan KALB, Oakland City CouncilmemberOakland Tenants UnionCRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAAACCE ActionEast Bay Housing OrganizationsEast Bay Community Law CenterCentro Legal de la RazaSEIU Local 1021Causa Justa Just CauseProtect Oakland Renters
RP - ¡Apoyo a Medida V!

Carroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3Moms 4 HousingCentro Legal de la RazaCRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAAEast Bay Housing OrganizationsACCE ActionDan KALB, Oakland City CouncilmemberEast Bay Community Law CenterOakland Tenants UnionSEIU LocalCausa Justa Just CauseProtect Oakland RentersOakland Education Association
We’re so excited for our Meet the Candidates Forum TOMORROW, October 26th from 6-8 pm! Register now for a chance and learn your City Council candidates' views on key community issues for economic development!

We will be joined by candidates for City Council from Districts 4 and 6, including Janani Ramachandran and Nenna Joiner from District 4, and Nancy Sidebotham and Kenny Session from District 6 (additional candidates to be confirmed). All candidates will have a set amount of time to answer predetermined questions. This non-partisan candidate forum is open to all candidates running for Oakland City Council.

Register NOW on Zoom to join us! ➡️bit.ly/OUForum
Check out our FB event link and spread the word! ➡️https://fb.me/e/2gTvgjRiR

East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, East Bay Housing Organizations, Communities For A Better Environment, UNITE HERE Local 2, PowerSwitch Action, Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy - FAME
RP Causa Justa Just Cause - Support our youth and their families. Vote Yes on Measure V. ➡️✅Join the Protect Oakland Renters coalition at a Measure V. Press conference on 🗓Wednesday, Oct. 26 at noon at Hoover Elementary in Oakland.

Carroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3Moms 4 HousingCRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAACentro Legal de la RazaEast Bay Housing OrganizationsDan KALB, Oakland City CouncilmemberOakland Tenants UnionSEIU Local 1021East Bay Community Law CenterACCE Action
Canvas for housing justice! Join Care 4 Community Action to support Measures Q, U and V.
🤩Register here: http://bit.ly/HousingJusticeDK 🤩
Weekly shifts on:
Tues/Weds - 5:30p-8p
Sat - 10a-1p
Sun - 12p-3p
**meet at 274 12th Street, Downtown Oakland

Carroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3Moms 4 HousingCRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAACentro Legal de la RazaEast Bay Housing OrganizationsDan KALB, Oakland City CouncilmemberOakland Tenants UnionCausa JustaSEIU Local 1021East Bay Community Law CenterACCE Action
Since Measure O, we’ve been able to leverage local, state, & Fed $ to fund over 800 homes.

Councilmember Rigel Robinson & I recently went on a ride to check out O in action.

Satellite Affordable Housing Associates - SAHA's Jordan Court has 34 studios for low-income seniors, 12 for formerly unhoused on land owned by All Souls Episcopal Parish.

In partnership with Berkeley Food and Housing Project & BRIDGE Housing, The Hope Center & Berkeley Way provide 89 homes for low & very low income families, 53 permanent supportive homes for the formerly unhoused, 32-shelter beds & 12 transitional beds for unhoused vets with wrap-around services.

In partnership with Resources for Community Development, we've committed $19.5 million for 119 affordable homes including 62 for the formerly unhoused at People’s Park.

We've also secured Project Homekey funds to lease Golden Bear Inn for former Park residents. Thank you Mayor Mayor Jesse Arreguín, Councilmember Robinson, & Councilmember Rashi Kesarwani!

Earlier this year, Council committed $53m ($40M from Measure O) to achieve 35 % affordability at the BART Stations where homes will soon replace acres of parking to bring new neighbors to our city & fight the displacement of current residents..

It’s sobering to think of the homes destroyed in theracially integrated formerly redlinedNBB neighborhood through eminent domain to build sa parking lot. I am thankful for the leadership of Mayor Arreguin & CM Kesarwani in repairing the harm by maximizing affordability & pursuing a right to return to extend legally feasible under Federal law.

I look forward to Bridge Housing breaking ground at 1740 San Pablo (& improved ped safety on the ave) to provide 54 homes for working families.

I’m proud of what O has accomplished & am eager to fund + build more low & middle income housing to meet our RHNA reqs.

Join the Alameda County Democratic Party, Sierra Club, Cal Berkeley Democrats, Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club, East Bay Housing Organizations, San Francisco Housing Action Coalition, Berkeley Neighbors for Housing and Climate Action, California Democratic Renters Council, Associated Students of the University of California - ASUC, Latine Young Democrats of the East Bay, Berkeley Federation of Teachers, local 1078 and many more in saying Yes to Meausre L for the renewal of Berkeley!
RP: Oakland Tenants Union: Just Cause protections keep Oakland housed. Vote YES on Measure V!

Carroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3Moms 4 HousingCRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAACentro Legal de la RazaEast Bay Housing OrganizationsDan KALB, Oakland City CouncilmemberCausa JustaSEIU Local 1021East Bay Community Law CenterACCE Action
RP: ACCE Action - OAKLAND- have you heard yet about measure Q? This is one you need to know. Watch, share, and vote YES on !

Carroll Fife, Oakland City Council - D3Moms 4 HousingCRC Allies and Accomplices - CRCAACentro Legal de la RazaEast Bay Housing OrganizationsDan KALB, Oakland City CouncilmemberOakland Tenants UnionCausa JustaSEIU Local 1021East Bay Community Law Center
We’re proud to present our Meet the Candidates Forum on Wednesday, October 26th from 6-8 pm! Come and learn your City Council candidates' views on key community issues for economic development. Register now: bit.ly/OUForum

As multiple critical developments are being considered across the city, it is vital for residents to hear directly from candidates regarding their expectations for equitable and successful developments.

We will be joined by candidates for City Council from Districts 2, 4, and 6, including Nikki Fortunato Bas and Harold Lowe from District 2, Janani Ramachandran and Nenna Joiner from District 4, and Nancy Sidebotham and Kenny Session from District 6 (additional candidates to be confirmed). All candidates will have a set amount of time to answer predetermined questions. This non-partisan candidate forum is open to all candidates running for Oakland City Council.

Join us by registering today for the Zoom webinar! ➡️bit.ly/OUForum
Check out our FB event link and spread the word! ➡️https://fb.me/e/2gTvgjRiR

East Bay Housing Organizations, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, Communities For A Better Environment, UNITE HERE Local 2, PowerSwitch Action, Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy - FAME