© 2019 by Alliance for Housing Justice | info@allianceforhousingjustice.org

  • White Facebook Icon

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD

HUD and the White House are trying to push through a rule that would evict tens of thousands of children into homelessness while costing hundreds of millions of dollars and result in more homelessness and fewer subsidized units—for no other reason than bigotry and hatred.  Read more about how HUD's proposal to evict immigrant families here.

We won't allow it. 


Make your voice heard by submitting a comment to the federal register today. 

Comments will be accepted until July 9th, 2019.

HOW TO MAKE A COMMENT

1

Go to this page: CLICK HERE

It will bring you to the commenting page.

2

Type in your comment in the text box. (Need ideas? We have some below!)

Below the comment box, fill in your name, city, state, and country — and, optionally, your basic contact information.

3

Fill in your name, city, state, and country. 

Your name, city, and the comment will be published in the Federal Register, along with any contact information you chose to share. 

4

Click Continue

You will be taken to a page to review your comment and click a box saying you understand it will be published in the register.

5

Click Submit

That's all there is to it!

SAMPLE COMMENTS

Where ever possible, add your own story and your own words about this proposal and your experience with the housing crisis to make it personal. Here are the samples:

HUD should immediately withdraw this proposal that serves no purpose other than to terrorize families based on their skin color and country of origin.  

 

HUD's own analysis shows that this proposal would lead to homelessness and less people served overall.  It runs completely counter to HUD's mission. 

 

HUD's job is to fix the housing and homelessness crisis, not make it worse on the backs of our neighbors. 

 

Instead of trying to make children and families homeless and pushing cuts to programs, HUD should be working to get more funding to build and repair public housing, provide the number of vouchers needed and enforce fair housing laws.