About - Housing Now! California

About

WHO WE ARE

Launched in the spring of 2017, Housing NOW! California is a broad and diverse movement building power to make housing affordable and to combat the displacement crisis that is disproportionately impacting working class communities of color. Our coalition has grown to over 60 organizations and has mobilized 1000 grassroots leaders from across the state. Led by tenants, Housing Now! includes allied landlords, realtors, and dozens of community, faith and labor organizations. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to live in a safe, healthy, affordable home.

 

OUR VALUES

 

We believe that housing is for people, not for profit

We should not prioritize corporate landlord’s profit over the rights of our families to keep a roof over their head

We believe that solutions must be led by those most affected

Low-income and communities of color that have been victims of housing instability due to racist housing policy

We believe that housing policy must prioritize those most in need first

Domestic violence victims, formerly incarcerated people, veterans, those currently or at risk of homelessness, Section 8 tenants, people with mental health issues, people with substance abuse issues, and other vulnerable communities

 

     
 

ENDORSING ORGANIZATIONS

 

STATEWIDE ORGANIZATIONS

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) • AFSCME Local 3299 • Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) • California Calls • Gamaliel California • California Reinvestment Coalition (CRC) • Courage Campaign • Housing California • Mobilize the Immigrant Vote (MIV) • PICO California • PolicyLink • Public Advocates • SEIU California State Council • UAW 2865 • Western Center on Law & Poverty

 

LOCAL & REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Alameda Renters CoalitionAlliance for Community Transit (ACT-LA)Bend the Arc - Southern CaliforniaCalifornia Coalition for Rural Housing • Causa Justa Just Cause (CJJC) • Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)Chinatown Community for Equitable Development (CCED)Clinica Romero • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto • Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO) • Crenshaw Subway CoalitionDemocratic Socialists of America-East Bay • Democratic Socialists of America-Los Angeles • Democratic Socialists of America-SacramentoDemocratic Socialists of America-Santa Barbara • East Area Progressive DemocratsEast Bay Housing Organization (EBHO) • Employee Rights Center • Eviction Defense CollaborativeEviction Defense Network • Faith in Bay ActionFaith in the ValleyFannie Lou Hamer InstituteGlendale Tenants Union • HEART LA • Housing Advocates • Housing Is a Human RightHousing Long BeachHousing Rights Committee San FranciscoInland Empire for Our RevolutionInner City Law CenterInnerCity Struggle (ICS) • Institute of the Black World 21st Century • Justice House OaklandKorean Resource Center (KRC)Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)LA VOICE (PICO Affliate)Leadership Counsel for Justice & AccountabilityLong Beach Residents Empowered (LiBRE)Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA-CAN)LA Forward • Los Angeles Human Rights Collective • Los Angeles Tenants Union (LATU)Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) • National Lawyers Guild - Los Angeles (NLG-LA)North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP)Parable of the Sower Intentional Community CoopPasadena Tenants UnionPeople for Mobility JusticePeople Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER) • Pomona United for Stable Housing (PUSH Coalition)Progressive Asian Network for Action (PANA) • Public Interest Law ProjectResistance Labs • Sacramento Housing AllianceSan Diego Organizing Project • San Francisco Tenants Union (SFTU)SEIU Local 1021SEIU Local 221 • Social Security Works • Socialist Alternative - Los AngelesStrategic Actions for a Just Economy (SAJE)Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) Bay AreaThai Community Development Center • UFCW Local 135 • Union de Vecinos • United Taxi Workers of San Diego (UTWSD) • United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) • Uplift InglewoodUrban Habitat