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What Congress Can Do This Year: Part III, Active Threats

The 116th Congress has been in session for just over five months, and there are already multiple signs of progress on issues related to homelessness. There’s a reason Congress is motivated: the increases in unsheltered homelessness are startling. Many communities that […]

Using Data to Promote Equity: The Demographic Data Project

Pride Month marks the launch of the Alliance’s Demographic Data Project.  The project promotes awareness about the connections between identity and homelessness.  It urges systems, advocates, researchers, and others to consider ways they can help promote equity for groups that […]

Why Housing First? Why Not Housing Second? Or Third?

The National Conference on Ending Homelessness will take place next month, and Alliance staff are hard at work putting final touches on the workshop sessions.  New conference attendees will see certain themes reverberate across workshops: philosophical stances that undergird and […]

What Congress Can Do This Year: Part II, Active Legislation

The 116th Congress has been in session for just over five months, and there are already multiple signs of progress on issues related to homelessness. There’s a reason Congress is motivated: the increases in unsheltered homelessness are startling. Many communities that […]

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