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21 Mar 19

Community Speaks

Please join us for a discussion about the Seattle Office for Civil Rights and your community!

20 Mar 19

Petition for Chateau Apartments residents

Demand an end to the economic eviction of working people, communities of color, seniors, disabled community members, LGBTQ people, and students from Seattle’s Central District.

5 Feb 19

Postponed: February 2/12/19: Decriminalizing Fare Evasion & Art Party for Rent Control Day!

Join us at the Hillman City Collab! We’re excited to hear from our friends at the Transit Riders Union about their work on decriminalizing fare evasion and their Relational Organizing On Homelessness project, and then we’ll be making some protest art for Rent Control Day (2/27)

26 Nov 18

November 27th is Giving Tuesday! Donate to the TU!

Please consider making a one-time or reoccurring donation to the Tenants Union!

19 Jul 18

Washington Renter Power Leadership Assembly

A gathering of renters and tenants’ rights advocates from across the state coming together to build power for housing justice!

18 Apr 18

‘No where to go:’ Dozens of families due to be evicted in Tacoma

Would you have money to move if you were told you had to be out at the end of the month? For most people, the answer is NO – and the landlords continue to rake in the millions.

6 Feb 18

Webinar on 2/14 on What You Need to Know on Trump’s New Budget

The Trump Budget: What You Need to Know Webinar: Wednesday, February 14, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. ET co-sponsored by the Coalition on Human Needs, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Center for American Progress, and the Food Research & Action Center.

1 Nov 17

Take Action for Seattle Tenants!

Budgets are boring for a reason – to keep us from paying attention! But we can’t let that stop us from making our voices heard. The Seattle City Council is currently making 2018 budget decisions. We’re grateful that the Council continues to express support for renters, but we need more.

1 Nov 17

ACTION ALERT: Stop Charmaine’s Eviction TODAY

When Charmaine received a late notice for her rent, she immediately secured assistance from SHARE so she and her family could remain in their home.
However, Dove Property Management refused to provide a signed tax form and accept the payment, instead filing an eviction on behalf of landlords Kenneth and Tomoko Ono. Charmaine has now paid September and October rent direct to the court but Dove is STILL trying to evict her family and charge them lawyer fees.

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