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December 5, 2007

Purchase a Nikki McClure Limited Edition Print to Benefit the Tenants Union

Update: Nikki McClure prints still available. Order yours today! The Tenants Union was very lucky to receive a generous donation of a beautiful image from Nikki McClure that a local print company printed on acid-free archival quality paper. This beautiful print, shown above, is an edition limited to 100. It’s also the first series that Ms. McClure has signed. Please call Michele at the Tenants Union at [email protected] or 206-722-6848, ext. 114 to inquire or to purchase a print.

March 19, 2007

Help Celebrate the TU’s 30th birthday!

For 30 years the Tenants Union has lived out the mission established by our founders to fight for housing justice through education, organizing and advocacy. Members and supporters have put themselves on the line for justice; organizing against discrimination, fighting for civil rights, risking a roof overhead to win better housing conditions, rallying in the streets, testifying to law makers, and even getting arrested at a sit-in in the Mayor’s office.

June 13, 2006

Saturday, 6/17: Rainier Valley Community Gathering on Development and Gentrification

Facilitated by Dwayne Marsh of PolicyLink, this event will explore the dynamics of gentrification and what the Rainier Valley can do to ensure that all its residents benefit from the forthcoming Rainier Valley redevelopment.

May 20, 2006

Open Letter Regarding Proposed Development of Low Income Housing in Hillman City

An open letter to Residents of the Rainier Valley, City of Seattle Office of Housing, Seattle City Council, Southeast District Council, and Tenants Union Members. Recently there has been heated debate around a proposed affordable housing development in the Hillman City neighborhood of the Rainier Valley.

April 6, 2006

Resolution to strengthen and protect the human rights of immigrants to the United States

On March 16, 2006, the TU Board of Directors passed a formal resolution which resolves “to work with our membership, other organizations, governmental entities and the general public to protect the human rights of immigrants to the United States.”

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