Evictions in US
“How many more people gotta die?” ask Bronx residents

After building fire kills 17, Bronx community members plead for system-wide solutions as City shifts blame from landlord to residents

Social movements mobilize in defense of voting rights in the US

Progressive movements have been mobilizing since early July to demand protections to voting rights and a minimum wage increase

Mobilizations force Biden to enact new eviction ban

The new eviction moratorium was put in place amid protests at the federal capital led by progressive legislator Cori Bush, along with various social movements in the US

Millions threatened with evictions in the US, who is to blame?

Millions of tenants across the United States are at risk of being evicted over the next two months, as the 11-month long eviction ban by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) expired on July 31

Relief for millions as US apex court keeps eviction bans in place

In a step that brings relief for millions of low-income families across the United States, the Supreme Court decided against a stay on a federally-imposed eviction moratorium

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