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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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Dreaming of a Better Tomorrow: A Conversation about Domestic Violence with BFC Managing Attorney Tracy Davis

We sat down with BFC Managing Attorney Tracy Davis for a candid conversation about domestic violence, reimagining a new system that considers the needs of survivors and why “hope” is more like an axe than a lottery ticket.

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More than Skin Deep: Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

Because domestic violence is more than physical abuse, we wanted to share a few resources to help spot the abuse we don’t always see immediately.

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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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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.