Topic Tenant Rights
Starting in the late 1980s, the City of Los Angeles declared a full-scale war on public housing that continues to this day.
Tonight, the first in an intimate series of portraits of the Wyvernwood Gardens Apartment Complex premieres at 2220 Arts + Archives.
Tenants will get expanded just-cause protections, which limit the number of valid reasons for evictions. But massive increases in evictions are expected to continue as LA revokes emergency protections.
Tenants demand Boston University allow community control over the homes, rather than sell them to developers who would evict the community.
Many of the tenants have lived in Virgil Village for decades, and the Ozawa House also has a long history in the community.
The end of the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program will leave thousands of Angelenos vulnerable to eviction.
How Flower Drive tenants organized to take back their neighborhood block by block.
Elderly tenants of a low-income senior housing complex protest unsafe living conditions and demand accountability from landlords, developers and politicians.
Here's how to
and why you should — fight against illegal Airbnbs in your neighborhood. —
A landlord and his attorney tried to file a restraining order against tenants fighting evictions, but the tenants and their union fought back.