Presented by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees
As the housing affordability crisis in America continues unabated, communities of color – particularly Black and Latinx households – experience its impacts disproportionately, including being rent burdened, evicted, and foreclosed on at higher rates than other communities. Immigrants and refugees often face the same affordability challenges, which can then be exacerbated by additional linguistic, economic, and legal barriers.
As a funder, what does it mean then to be attentive to the needs of immigrants and refugees within the context of a broader housing crisis? How can funding strategies contribute to better housing outcomes across a diversity of households? Join us for a discussion with immigrant justice field leaders from different cities to address these questions as we explore the intersection of housing justice and immigrant justice.
For more information and to register, visit the event page.