CDC Issues Nationwide Temporary Eviction Moratorium
On September 1, the Trump Administration announced that HHS and the CDC will enact an unprecedented, nationwide eviction moratorium to help mitigate against the further spread of Covid-19. The CDC’s emergency health order will protect qualifying renters from eviction for nonpayment of rent effective September 4, when it is published in the Federal Register, through December 31, 2020.
Enterprise Partners with The Hill for Virtual Events on Affordable Housing at 2020 Democratic and Republican Conventions
As part of Enterprise’s broader work lifting up the importance of affordable housing in the 2020 Presidential election, we partnered with the media outlet The Hill to host virtual events at both the Democratic National Convention (DNC) and the Republican National Convention (RNC).
The Health Action Plan Toolkit: A Public Health Process for Affordable Housing
Enterprise has released new tools to support the development of a Health Action Plan, an integrated approach to better resident health outcomes through health data analyses, community engagement and evidence-based strategies.
No Tenure Trends Report this Quarter – And Here is Why
In place of Enterprise's quarterly Housing Tenure Trends Report, the Enterprise Policy Development and Research team examines how a suspension of in-person interviewing for the Census Bureau's Housing Vacancy Survey reduced survey response rates and called into question the accuracy of last quarter's homeownership and renter rates.
NYU Wagner Capstone Team's Research as Part of Enterprise’s Justice-Involved Housing Initiative
Enterprise New York’s Justice-Involved Housing Initiative aims to inform affordable housing owners and operators about anti-discrimination policies and reduce stigma against this population, while also promoting housing models that will best serve this population and identifying ways to connect justice-involved individuals to affordable homes.
It’s all the Same Movement: Intersecting Immigrant Justice, the Covid-19 Pandemic, Housing Stability and the Movement for Black Lives
The surge in coronavirus cases in Latinx communities lays bare the heightened exposure and vulnerability of immigrant communities, due in part to precarious or unsafe work environments for essential workers and overcrowded housing related to the affordability crisis, making it hard for many to stay-at-home.
Hope Counts: Showing Up, Pivoting and Persevering during the Pandemic
Together with the support of generous donors, the Enterprise Women's Network raised more than $7,800 to purchase over 800 books – enough for three books for each of Baltimore’s Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy (SWAA)'s over 450 students.