The Alliance spoke with several partners on how reforming data collection processes can improve service delivery and illuminate gaps in resources. This report provides highlights from these conversations and points to needed areas of homelessness data reform.
Fast forward to 2020 when COVID-19 and America’s racial awakening created an opportunity for the nation to have open and transparent dialogue about who is more likely to be hungry, experience homelessness, or be the victim of violence in our […]
This sequence of three courses (through the Alliance’s Center for Learning) provides an overview of how historic and structural racism have created disparities among persons experiencing homelessness, discusses strategies for using data to understand and analyze disparities, and introduces action […]
The only Indigenous people on these islands – Kānaka Maoli of Hawaii, and Taotao Håya (Chamorro), Refaluwasch, and Tagata Samoa of U.S. Territories in the Pacific (which span Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa) – […]
Without immediate action to mitigate the impacts of climate change, more displacement, increased harm, and loss of life will disproportionately impact marginalized communities, communities of color, and people living in poverty – and will therefore result in increased homelessness. Climate […]