Case Study Building Community Power in Support of Housing Stabilization Strategies
A Housing Innovation Program Case Study
Isabella Remor, Katie Fallon
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This case study focuses on three innovative organizations that are addressing housing instability, using strategies such as community lawyering, changing the narrative through storytelling, and using arts to bring attention to issues: Community Justice Project, Equal Justice Works, and Texas Housers. Each organization implemented its programs, in part, to help stabilize renters during crises. In this case study, we discuss how their models were implemented, key challenges and successes, and political and policy considerations to influence similarly situated organizations working on tenant organizing and advocacy.

Research Areas Housing Race and equity Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Nonprofits and philanthropy
Policy Centers Research to Action Lab
Research Methods Quantitative data analysis
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