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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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Thank you.

Earlier this month, Bread for the City reached out to our supporters with an urgent problem: the Small Favors Fund, through which we can help clients with immediate emergency financial needs, was nearly depleted. With your help, we met our match!

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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.

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How Trauma Informed Care Impacts Fundraising

Our look at how the trauma informed care model continues with our development department. When we realized industry best practices could potentially hurt our clients, we knew things had to change.

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Women Empowered Resilience

Ms. Cynthia Bassil (a Women Empowered participant) is an example of the positive changes that happen when people come together as a community to support each other.

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Where We Stand: White Supremacy Without White Supremacists

We had a few thoughts following Unite the Right 2. And a challenge for our white allies…

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Where We Stand: We Wish We Were Wrong About D.C. General

We wish we were wrong about D.C. General. We aren’t, and there’s only one right thing for Mayor Bowser to do…

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Where We Stand: The Demolition of D.C. General

What this seems to be about, is keeping promises at the expense of people. But our question remains, promises to who?