This was a big week at East Bay Housing Organizations! We have three big campaign updates about the redevelopment of the Concord Naval Weapons Station, housing element campaign, and push for tenant protections in Alameda County.
What’s next for the
East Bay Housing Organizations unequivocally condemns the dangerous, anti-Black, and misogynistic attacks levied at Black women in Oakland leadership, including Councilmember Carroll Fife and community leader Cat Brooks.
Today is the first day of Black History Month!
Understanding Black history is critical to advocating for affordable housing. Historical and ongoing racial discrimination shapes our housing market today, and is the reason that Black families have significantly less wealth