It has been more than five decades since the passage of a comprehensive national housing act, yet the need for one is immense. The country is short more than 7 million affordable homes for the lowest income Americans. African American homeownership rates are lower than they were when the Fair Housing Act was passed in 1968. And the number of people experiencing homelessness has steadily increased over the past few years. These compounding housing issues and more demand thoughtful and wide-ranging action.
Join the National Housing Conference for a presentation by President and CEO David Dworkin and Policy Director Tristan Breaux on NHC's efforts to address the nation's housing crisis and ways you and your organization can plug in.