Join Today’s (June 5) “Tenant Talk Live” Webinar on Adopting Tenants’ Rights

NLIHC will host the next session of “Tenant Talk Live” – a webinar with and for tenant and resident leaders – today, June 5, at 6 pm ET. Alongside NLIHC staff, the webinar will feature Dee Ross, founder and CEO of The Ross Foundation, a statewide grassroots organization that oversees the Indiana Tenant Association and the Indianapolis Tenant Rights Union. Dee will be sharing insights about effective ways to advocate for tenants’ rights legislation. You can register for today’s Tenant Talk Live webinar at:

Tenant Talk Live webinars are held on the first and third Mondays of every month at 6 pm ET. For information about future topics, visit: Stay up to date on Tenant Talk Live events and connect with other attendees via the Tenant Talk Facebook group.

Want to learn how to become more involved with NLIHC? Check out the following opportunities:

  • NLIHC is currently recruiting members for the 2023-2024. Tenant Leader Cohort. The Cohort is a group of tenant advocates and community leaders with lived experience of housing insecurity who work towards housing justice and racial equity in their neighborhoods and greater communities. NLIHC collaborates with the Tenant Leader Cohort to inform our policy priorities so they best reflect the needs of low-income renters. If you’re interested in being part of next year’s cohort, please fill out the interest form. Selections for the cohort will be made on an ongoing basis through early summer 2023. 
  • Urge the FHFA to provide robust federal renter protections at our Tenant Talk Live Comment Party on Monday, June 12, at 6 pm ET. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has issued a Request for Input (RFI) regarding how the agency can create and enforce renter protections for households living in rental properties with federally backed mortgages. Any renter protections created by FHFA could cover a significant share of renters across the nation and put the U.S. on a path towards stronger protections for all renters. Advocates have until July 31, 2023, to submit a public comment and demand strong renter protections for properties with federally backed mortgages. Join us on June 12 for a special comment party edition of Tenant Talk Live, during which you can work on your comment and ask NLIHC staff questions about the comment period. Register to attend the comment party at:    
  • Remember, Tenant Talk Live would not be possible without tenants like you! We strive to connect and engage with tenants and tenant leaders through our webinars. If you are a low-income tenant and have a topic you would like to propose for an upcoming Tenant Talk Live, or if you would like to participate as a speaker on an upcoming call or webinar, please email: [email protected].
  • Webinars like Tenant Talk Live would not be possible without the support of our members. Become an NLIHC member here!