THE AHLA BLOGS
AHLA Weekly Update: Join Us at UCLA this Thursday to Envision a Positive Future for Los Angeles
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. Membership | Donate | Volunteer | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Action Item for This Week: Today, we have an opportunity to replace a parking lot with 180 apartments homes. A plan to redevelop a former Vons at Santa Monica Boulevard and Barrington Avenue has taken a key step forward with the […]
AHLA Weekly Update: Join Us July 18th to help Envision a Positive Future of LA!
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. Membership | Donate | Volunteer | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Action Item for This Week: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) proposed a new rule that could lead to the eviction of over 100,000 people from HUD-assisted housing, including 11,000 people in the City of Los Angeles. The […]
AHLA Weekly Update: Join Us Wednesday for Supportive Housing Advocacy Training!
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. Membership | Donate | Volunteer | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter News: Abundant Housing LA’s Data and Research Director Anthony Dedousis’ article on the EXPO Line was featured in the Los Angeles Times today! Action Item for This Week: Congregate living health facilities (CLHFs) are residential homes that provide compassionate inpatient care […]
Abundant Housing LA joins YIMBY groups in speaking out against the Trump Administration
This week, President Donald Trump announced that he is establishing a task force to supposedly “Eliminate Barriers to Affordable Housing Development.” Abundant Housing LA will not consider a housing-related task force from the Trump White House to have any credibility on housing policy. The Trump Administration’s past actions on housing have demonstrated that they are […]
Life Experiences which led to my Affordable Housing Advocacy
BY REBECCA MULI LIVING IN PASADENA My personal awareness of affordable housing began when I was just a child. It was the mid 1990’s and my father, a Kenyan immigrant, was getting his Masters Degree. He began looking for a bigger house for our family of six as opposed to our very small apartment in […]