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Support the Tenants Union!
Washington State tenants have won important legal protections, but these rights don't go far enough. Members help build the movement to protect and expand tenants rights and make the promise of safe, healthy, affordable housing a reality.
Housing Access Project Tenant Meeting RESCHEDULED to Dec 4th
Housing Access Project Tenant Meeting
Help pass a historic new law, be a part of a community of tenants, and create housing justice to strengthen our families and communities!
When: Tuesday, December 4th, 6-8 pm
Where: Tenants Union Office, 5425 Rainier Ave. South, Suite B. (upstairs), Seattle, WA 98118
- Dinner provided—please RSVP so we know how much food we need
- Childcare provided upon advance request—please call ahead to request
- Interpretation provided upon advance request—please call ahead to request
Please RSVP by calling or emailing Stina Janssen at 206-722-6848 × 102, or [email protected]
What’s the meeting about?
When tenants apply for rental housing, most landlords base their decision on a single word: eviction. Even if the eviction was unjust and wrongfully filed, or if the tenant won in court, a future landlord can deny you housing. The Tenants Union is working to remove unfair barriers that lock tenants out of housing access.
You should come to this meeting if you …
- have experienced an unfair eviction,
- want to be able to assert your tenants rights without risking a mark on your record,
- want to learn more about tenant rights relating to evictions and tenant screening reports,
- believe in housing justice and want to support this exciting campaign with the Tenants Union and our partner organizations (including the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, Solid Ground, the Washington State Coalition on Domestic Violence, and more!)
Don’t forget to RSVP to Stina Janssen at 206-722-6848 × 102, or [email protected]