We've added a toolkit on our "talking about economic justice" page for residents of manufactured home communities in California who want to [...]
Residents of communities owned by RV Horizons are continuing their organizing efforts to improve conditions in their communities and address concerns about rent, [...]
Phone call for CA manufactured homeowners/ conferencia telefónica para propietarios de viviendas manufacturados de CA, June 14th, 6:30 Pacific
Join other California manufactured homeowners by phone on June 14th to discuss a 2018 ballot initiative to expand rent control, and how manufactured homeowners can organize around this issue.
Join Illinois manufactured homeowners for an update on efforts to repeal our state's rent control ban and a discussion of how to continue building momentum for this effort.
75 low and moderate income tenants and manufactured homeowners asked Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson at the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) Conference in Las Vegas, “where will we go”. Carson insulted tenants and manufactured homeowners by responding “this is what happens when the swamp gets ahold of people.”
California Manufactured homeowners from Humboldt and Sonoma Counties traveled to Sacramento to join hundreds of tenants and affordable housing activists for a day of action to deliver the more than 550,000 signatures gathered to place the Affordable Housing Act on the November ballot, and to call for a package of several other bills that would help to address the state's housing crisis.
Join MHAction and residents of communities owned by Sunrise Capital Investors for a conference call on April 26th to discuss how to ensure our communities are treated fairly.
This January, HUD announced that it would be seeking public comment on protections relating to manufactured housing as part of their overall [...]
Join California manufactured homeowners to discuss the Costa-Hawkins Act, efforts to repeal it, and what repeal could mean for affordable housing in the state.
MHAction is concerned about proposed changes to Medicaid that would included work requirements.