In September 2020, Tenant Education Network started as a power building 501c3 that supports the leadership of Project Based Section 8 tenants, primarily low income women of color, to transform their housing and communities. By combining 10 years of HUD organizing experience with innovative technology and the tenacity of driven tenant leaders, TEN assists tenants in demystifying the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), organizing their neighbors, and holding power brokers accountable.
Due to the ongoing disinvestment, public housing produces many of the same problems: mold, vermin, retaliatory management, and more. We want to centralize the complaint process with the click of a button. Want to report a problem? Click the button below
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