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CQ Future: Housing

Jehan C., center, raises their fist after taping an eviction notice to the 
Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles building during a march with the L.A. Tenants Union to demand that the LAPD and the Apartment Association of Greater L.A. abandon their roles in brutality and injustice against minorities, as well as in favor of rent cancellation, protections against landlord harassment and shelters for the homeless.
Jehan C., center, raises their fist after taping an eviction notice to the Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles building during a march with the L.A. Tenants Union to demand that the LAPD and the Apartment Association of Greater L.A. abandon their roles in brutality and injustice against minorities, as well as in favor of rent cancellation, protections against landlord harassment and shelters for the homeless. (Dania Maxwell /Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

CQ Future takes a deep dive into the impact that the pandemic has had on housing. A conversation with Shamus Roller, executive director of the National Housing Law Project, reveals how policies of the past have fueled the crisis of today. Evictions loom as the moratorium placed on them by Congress nears its end. What’s next for federal housing policies?

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