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The Shutdown Is Over (For Now); Bread for the City Is Still Here

As federal workers head back to work, we can’t forget those who have to make tough decisions every day.

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2018 Stories: “They didn’t mind going the extra mile with me.”

From medical and legal to advocacy and housing, we’re sharing some of our most impactful stories to close out 2018.  Read on to learn more about BFC Housing Access Program client Dana Croskey.

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A Call to Action: Building Neighborhoods that Work

Our CEO, George Jones has a simple message for DC: It’s time to build neighborhoods that work.

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Dreaming of a Better Tomorrow: Racial Equity in Housing Outcomes in D.C.

Our advocacy director, Aja Taylor on why it’s time to get serious about racial equity in housing outcomes — and how we can do it.

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Where We Stand: No Dignity In Eviction With Dignity Act

On Monday, our CEO, George Jones, testified against the Eviction With Dignity Act currently being considered by the City Council. Our position is clear: There is no dignity in eviction — and we can do better than this.

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Why We (Still) Oppose the Eviction With Dignity Act — And You Should Too

Managing Attorney Rebecca Lindhurst’s testimony opposing the Eviction With Dignity Act.

 

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Pushed Out: The Ultimate Betrayal

After more than six-decades in D.C., Michael Blue faces the grim reality of being pushed out of the only city he’s ever called home.

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Former BFC Attorney, Clients Featured in Washington City Paper Article

Former Bread for the City attorney and Assistant Attorney General Stephon Woods and two clients are featured this week in a Washington City Paper article documenting what happens when residents, advocates and attorneys come together to fight unscrupulous and abusive landlords.