Our Work

The mission of ANHD is to build community power to win affordable housing and thriving, equitable neighborhoods for all New Yorkers.

As a coalition of community groups across New York City, we use research, advocacy, and grassroots organizing to support our members in their work to build equity and justice in their neighborhoods and citywide.

Featured Work

Recent Blogs

October 8, 2020
ANHD’s Analysis of Who Benefited from PPP and Who Didn’t
September 24, 2020
BIPOC Communities Want a New Model for Truly Equitable Economic Development and We Will Fight for It
September 21, 2020
ANHD Would Like to Introduce the Next Generation of Community Development Leaders

@ANHD RT @MaketheRoadNY: MAÑANA: Nuestras comunidades se levantan para decirle a @NYGovCuomo: ¡deja de vender la dignidad de nuestro pueblo, es h…

@ANHD Are you a NYer who is interested in local politics and systemic change in your city? Do you have the knowledge, pas… https://t.co/jF6mpl4W4p

@ANHD RT @MaketheRoadNY: ACTION ALERT: Demonstration & rally at @NYGovCuomo's office to demand urgent emergency income for excluded workers. …

@ANHD We're dealing with decades of disinvestment... It is up to us as @NikilSaval says. How about we invest in organizin… https://t.co/yGU40OZKIA

@ANHD How can people safely socially distance when they're homeless? A good and important question from Sandra Lobo… https://t.co/jH41UbpdwZ

@ANHD As Eric Fang explains so much of our moments around housing are rooted in health crises. Can we shift housing quali… https://t.co/dNVZVQGrTA

@ANHD .@ANHDNYC member Sandra Lobo @northwestbronx sees how the social determinants of health impact the people of the Br… https://t.co/EPnoCNTe5t

@ANHD .@NikilSaval explains how people in Philly were calling for more resources to be redistributed to housing during th… https://t.co/Mi30SHUFXE

@ANHD .@ANHDNYC's @lpafridi analyzed what we could do with 1yr of the NYPD budget, including cover the rent of all NY ren… https://t.co/UITeZcgslH

@ANHD .@NikilSaval, the first Asian American to be elected Democratic ward leader in Philadelphia, talks to us about the… https://t.co/PJtPEuADKA

@ANHD The communities hardest hit by COVID are also the same communities exposed to toxic chemicals, an example of enviro… https://t.co/obQU3aZ278

@ANHD Jonsara Ruth @parsons_HML explains that 90% of the diseases we have are due to exposure meaning our environment - w… https://t.co/mVbk0DZBzy

@ANHD As Diana Hernández @ColumbiaMSPH @HarvardChanSPH says where people are living and how they're living - overcrowding… https://t.co/Enggv7BrdN

@ANHD You can take a look at how NYC neighborhoods with higher rates of overcrowding also have higher rates of COVID and… https://t.co/4GYnFnr6mR

@ANHD Diana Hernández @ColumbiaMSPH and @HarvardChanSPH kicks off our last #PowerAfterthePandemic dialogue with @UDFNYC f… https://t.co/VTrbhUfl3C

@ANHD RT @FundforNYC: “Inclusive Growth” can't just mean the same policies, from the same people toward racial equity & reducing income inequalit…

@ANHD RT @VendorPower: This week Manuel's powerful story of survival by street vending was featured in the @nytimes by @arrejuan & @dgbxny He's…

@ANHD We need a land use process that recognizes that power is not the same in all neighborhoods. Communities are putting… https://t.co/s067EDhoBV

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