Recent reports have put Cincinnati rent raises at the very top in the nation.
“We’re looking at (overall) rents that more than half of the city cannot afford,” said Josh Spring, executive director at the Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless, referring to the Redfin report.
Bad public policy, generations of racist ideologies, and profit-generating housing models are impacting all Cincinnatians, but especially people who have the least income and the least community support.
Cincinnati must demand that funds devoted to Affordable Housing be placed where there is the greatest need – 60% AMI and below.
Hear residents talk about how the Housing Crisis is impacting us (10 minutes)
Watch What Happened to the Money? (2 minutes)
Watch How to Talk About the Housing Crisis (100 minutes)
Hear from Mona and Dr. Mark about the Affordable Housing LEVERAGE Fund: