Facing eviction as millions shelter in place

As millions of Americans are being told to stay inside their homes and eviction moratoriums are enacted across the country, tenants - often already struggling under hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic - are still receiving eviction notices from their landlords. This story by Jessica Contrera of the Washington Post spotlights some of the intersections of the COVID-19 pandemic  with the affordable housing crisis, health care, low wages and the gig economy.

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Jessica Contrera
Washington Post
March 22, 2020
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Tags: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Housing: Eviction

Organizations mentioned/involved: Legal Action of Wisconsin


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As millions of Americans are being told to stay inside their homes and eviction moratoriums are enacted across the country, tenants – often already struggling under hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic – are still receiving eviction notices from their landlords. This story by Jessica Contrera of the Washington Post spotlights some of the intersections of the COVID-19 pandemic  with the affordable housing crisis, health care, low wages and the gig economy.