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A new housing development for homeless and at-risk veterans in Washington, D.C., serves as a powerful example how high-quality supportive housing can transform lives, revitalize aging structures and contribute to a healthy, vibrant community.
The 3218 Wisconsin Ave. Cooperative is the first affordable housing project involving city financing in Ward 3 in recent history.
How can we support tenants and their housing rights through organizing, education, and public policy? Robert Wohl, the Latino Economic Development Center's Tenant Organizing Manager, has some ideas.