25
Jul

Join our call for affordable housing in Port Covington

Sign here: I Support Council Bill #16-0712! Urge your City Council member to support The “Housing Our Neighbors Act,” to create thousands of affordable housing units in the new Port Covington development. Increasing the supply of affordable housing is vital for...
25
Apr

2nd Annual “Feeding Our Neighbors”

APRIL 2, 2016– HON recently held our 2nd Annual Spaghetti Dinner, with nearly 100 folks joining us for a community meal and conversation about our economic crisis and Baltimore’s movement for the human right to housing. HON members helped facilitate in-depth table...
09
Apr

Sign here: We need a permanently affordable housing plan!

Sign onto the petition here! On an average night in Baltimore, there are over 4,000 people experiencing homelessness. Every year, city officials scramble to set a winter shelter plan, creating confusion and panic among many in our community. This year, the plan – including...
13
Dec

Vacant Housing Art Takeover

DEC 18, 2016– The city has a problem with vacants, and we are told that these properties have no value. Yet housing speculation, supported by the city, moves millions of dollars–exchanged by developers–through these properties without ever entering the...
09
Sep

Leadership Exchange with Picture the Homeless

SEPT 17, 2014– Members of Housing Our Neighbors took a trip to New York City to visit with and learn from Picture the Homeless, an organization we have long admired. Picture the Homeless is a grassroots organization, founded and led by people experiencing homelessness. They...
22
May

The Panhandling Bill

Nov 18, 2013– The Panhandling Bill Baltimore City Council Bill 13-0186 was heard in front of the City Council on Nov. 4th and again on Nov. 18th, 2013.  The bill proposed to add amendments to the existing city laws regarding panhandling. This bill would only  further...
23
Feb

“75 Journeys” is not enough!

Feb 1, 2013– On Feb 1, 2013, the Mayor’s Office of Human Services hosted a community briefing for the “75 Journeys Home” campaign — part of Baltimore City’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness. The initiative was aimed at identifying the 75 most...