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  • 2017-04-01 All day

    The National Coalition for the Homeless invites you to join a NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION FOR HOUSING in Washington, DC, and in communities across the country, on Saturday, April 1, 2017. (view and share the flyer)

    We are calling on you and those in your community to create temporary tent cities to demand action to fix the affordable housing crisis, address racial inequality in our cities, and end the criminalization of poverty.

    On Saturday, April 1, 2017 we will create a Homeless encampment on the National Mall, and at city and state legislative buildings across the country. Bring tents, bring signs, bring your friends and families and stand up for our collective need for safe, decent and affordable housing.

    Here is what we are asking:

    1. Preserve funding and create further local, state and national Housing Trust Funds that fund housing solely for extremely low to moderate income households.
    2. Stop ordinances, policies and practices that criminalize and harrass people who are unhoused, promote racial discrimination, and prevent equal treatment of immigrants and those who identify as LGBTQ, especially in access to housing, employment and healthcare.
    3. Ensure that safety net programs like food assistance and emergency housing are available to all of those who experience the loss of stable housing.

  • 2017-04-02 - 2017-04-04 All day

    NLIHC’s 2017 Housing Policy Forum: Advancing Solutions in a Changing Landscape will feature of panel of Capitol Hill insiders to discuss “What’s Ahead in the 115th Congress” in the wake of the 2016 elections. These and other thought-leaders, policy experts, researchers, affordable housing advocates and practitioners, and low income residents will discuss what Congress will be prioritizing in the year ahead and the best strategies to ensure Congressional leaders address the housing needs of the lowest income households in America. The forum will take place in Washington, DC, April 2-4.  Register today at: http://bit.ly/2dnJpnS

    In keeping with NLIHC’s long tradition of hosting HUD secretaries of both political parties to speak and engage with affordable housing advocates and providers at its annual housing policy forum, NLIHC has invited HUD Secretary Nominee Dr. Ben Carson to share his thoughts about America’s affordable housing challenges, HUD’s role in addressing them and his priorities for the future, and to hear directly from low income residents, advocates and practitioners on their questions and concerns

    The Forum will also explore the lessons learned from the first-year of implementation of the national Housing Trust Fund; the intersections between housing and health, education, criminal justice reform, and other areas; ideas for addressing the needs in public housing; considerations related to housing assistance and the potential for a new renters’ tax credit; and ways to rebalance U.S. federal housing investments to end homelessness and housing poverty. The third day of the forum will provide an opportunity for participants to visit their congressional delegations on Capitol Hill.

    Confirmed speakers and panelists include:

    • Susan Popkin, senior fellow and director of the Neighborhoods and Youth Development Initiative, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center, Urban Institute and author of the book No Simple Solutions: Transforming Public Housing in Chicago
    • Mark Calabria, director of financial regulation studies, Cato Institute
    • Marybeth Shinn, professor of human and organizational development, Vanderbilt University
    • Nan Roman, president and CEO, National Alliance to End Homelessness
    • Dushaw Hockett, executive director, Safe Places for the Advancement of Community and Equity
    • Shauna Sorrells, director of legislative and public affairs, Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County, MD
    • Virginia Sardone, director, Office of Affordable Housing Programs, HUD
    • Ali Solis, CEO, Make Room
    • Aaron Gornstein, president and CEO, Preservation of Affordable Housing
    • Shola Oyatoye, chair and CEO, New York City Housing Authority
    • Jim Yates, senior associate, Technical Assistance Collaborative
    • Michael Anderson, housing trust fund project director, Center for Community Change
    • Martha Weatherspoon, president, Lincoln Home Resident Council
    • Daisy Franklin, vice president, Connecticut Publicly-Assisted Housing Resident Network
    • Barbara Sard, vice president for housing policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
    • Greg Payne, director, Maine Affordable Housing Coalition

    A special session for low income residents will be held on Sunday, April 2 from 9 am – 1 pm.  Residents attending this session should plan on arriving on Saturday evening.

    The 2017 Housing Leadership Award recipients will be honored on the evening of April 4. J. Ronald Terwilliger, chairman emeritus and former CEO of the Trammel Crow Residential Company, will receive the 2017 Edward W. Brooke Housing Leadership Award for his outstanding contributions to the cause of rebalancing federal affordable housing policy. The Brooke Award is named for the late Senator Edward W. Brooke (R-MA), who championed low income and fair housing while in Congress and later served as the chair of NLIHC’s Board of Directors. The award is presented to individuals who advocate for affordable housing on the national level.  Retired Preservation of Affordable Housing President and Founder Amy Anthony will be the recipient of the 2017 Cushing N. Dolbeare Lifetime Service Award. The Dolbeare Award is named after NLIHC’s founder, considered the godmother of the affordable housing movement. NLIHC presents the Dolbeare Award to individuals for their lifetime of service to affordable housing.

    The NLIHC 2017 Housing Policy Forum and Leadership Reception will take place at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC.  Up to three individuals from the same NLIHC member organization may attend the Forum. Register at: http://bit.ly/2dnJpnS

    A limited number of shared-lodging hotel scholarships will be awarded on a first-come-first-served basis to low income residents who are current NLIHC members and who pay their own Forum registration fee (“self-pay participants”). To ensure a broad geographic distribution, no more than two scholarships will be awarded to participants from any one state (with the exception of New York, where a donor has provided funding for six). The scholarships provide residents attending the Forum up to three nights of shared hotel lodging on April 1, 2, and 3. Scholarship recipients must commit to attending all Forum sessions, including a special resident session on Sunday, April 2 and Lobby Day on Tuesday, April 4. To apply for a scholarship, contact James Saucedo at jsaucedo@nlihc.org. Questions? Call 202-662-1530 or email jsaucedo@nlihc.org.

  • 2017-04-03 All day

    The 2016 George Nolan or Virginia Kizer Annual Award for Outstanding Lifetime Service

     Due Monday April 3, 2017 by 5pm EST

    George Nolan

    (Sault Ste. Marie Band of Chippewa)

    NAIHC Chairman from 1988 to 1992, he is remembered for his highly spiritual energy in bringing groups together and making the case for Indian housing. He passed away in 2004, but as Chairman of the Sault Ste. Marie Housing Authority in Michigan, he left a legacy of warmth and passion that still inspires those who knew him.

    Virginia Kizer


    A strong Indian housing advocate, she had over a quarter century of experience when she passed away in 2002. As Executive Director of the Washoe Housing Authority in Nevada, she is remembered

    as someone who was always able to overcome obstacles. From 1988 to 1998, she served on the NAIHC Board of Directors.

    • Criteria for Consideration
      Extended Service to Indian Housing
    • Significant Accomplishments/Contributions
    • Notable Personal Qualities (leadership, integrity, involvement, etc.)
    • May be active, retired or deceased; tribal or non-tribal member
      Supporting documents encouraged