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We need to act, Friend

Please help us end this crisis. The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R Hi Friend,   Abundant Housing LA is a community of friends, committed to building an […]

Why not change a life, Friend?

Plus, a “Cyber Monday” special    J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R    Happy Monday Friend! This week, we’re highlighting an amazing organization that we hope you’ll join us in supporting. Jovenes Inc. works with youth between […]

They’re still discussing this?

A 5-minute read.    J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R  Hi Friend, We’re beinging this back. The LA City Council is still discussing a motion that would criminalize sitting, sleeping, or lying within 500 feet of […]

Friend, we want a different LA. You?

The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R Hi Friend, More than 100 people have signed up to attend our event tomorrow, Planning the new LA, which we’re holding with […]

Friend, 72 families could still benefit from this.

J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R  Hi Friend, Earlier this month we took action to urge support for 1614 Temple, a housing development that would bring 72 homes to Echo Park. Well, there’s a critical hearing coming […]

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Upcoming Events

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How to be a Housing Element Hero!

Dec 03 Thu 5:30 pm

California

Join YIMBY Action, Abundant Housing LA, and People for Housing OC for an introduction to cities and their housing planning processes. What is a Housing Element? How can you make sure your city is doing their part to meeting the region's housing need?

Register here: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MewZrEFIQgOIOAHs4NrU9g
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Housing 101 - Introduction to Abundant Housing

Dec 12 Sat 12:00 pm - Dec 12 Sat 2:00 pm

18th Floor, 515 Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90071 Map Want to learn more ...

Want to learn more about the history of housing in Los Angeles, the facts about the housing crisis, and what we do at AHLA?

Join us for Housing 101 - Introduction to Abundant Housing LA. Great for new members who are interested in learning more, experienced members who want to deepen their understanding of housing issues, and those who are just interested in seeing what we're all about.

Luke Klipp, our Education Director with urban and transit policy experience, will lead a presentation and discussion.
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Funny Neighbors: Comedy for a Cause

Dec 16 Wed 7:00 pm - Dec 16 Wed 8:00 pm

We couldn't continue this fight without the support of amazing people who believe in us, like you. Help us make 2021 a better year than this one by joining us for a night of laughter and joy..unlike the rest of 2020, we promise it's a night you won't want to forget!

Join us for some laughs from Adam Conover and other amazing comedians!

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Videos

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AHLA on the 2020 elections - Some AHLA team members share thoughts on what the 2020 elections mean for them and for the fight to end the housing crisis. 

#2020elections #electionday #elections2020
“Inclusive segregation.”🤔 - Some more NIMBY nonsense for you!
Join Sierra Club Angeles Chapter and Abundant Housing LA TONIGHT for the #ChangingClimatePanel. 

Free tickets at changingclimatepanel.eventbrite.com
Hundreds of thousands of Angelenos have been left without employment due COVID-19. Hear from Maddie who lives in council member @paulkrekorian’s district about how COVID-19 has affected her, including a cross-country drive to insure security and what she’d like to see done for a #HealthyLA. 

If this video has you wondering what to do, city council meets tomorrow at 10am to discuss emergency measures in response to COVID-19. There will be time for public comments but not enough time to discuss how COVID-19 has changed life for millions of Angelenos. 

We urge all folks if possible to contact their city council member to protect those most vulnerable and to pass actions for a #HealthyLA. You can go to healthyla.org/share.

You can submit public comment via the City’s public comment channel https://cityclerk.lacity.org/publiccomment/ and by calling ‪(669) 900-6833 and use Meeting ID No.459 499 150 and then press #. Press # again when prompted for participant ID.‬