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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 capacity building and technical assistance, policy and research, and organizing and advocacy to support our members in building equity and justice in their neighborhoods and citywide.

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February 21, 2024
Welcome the 2024 CCL Advanced Organizing Seminar & Intensive Cohort!
January 24, 2024
Welcoming the 2024 CCL Organizing Apprenticeship Cohort and Introducing our Intro Course Participants!
December 14, 2023

Check out ANHD’s 2023 Top Moments, including policy wins in the industrial and housing sectors, new resources in sustainability and land use justice, growth within our ANHD team, and so much more!

@ANHD These are the real-life consequences of the @NYCMayor’s refusal to implement the updated #CityFHEPS laws: unnecessary evictions, hardships, and upheavals for families the @NYCCouncil specifically created laws to support, and an ever-worsening homelessness crisis. #RightToARoof

@ANHD RT @UDFNYC: “Part of the work of connecting spaces and people involves reclaiming spaces.” -Shanna Shabio, with @GrowHouseNYC Learn more…

@ANHD RT @barikaXw: Looking for an affordable NYC 2+ bedroom… The odds are never in your favor. Great piece by @DavidFBrand on finding affordab…

@ANHD ANHD applauds SCOTUS decision not to take up challenges that threatened New York’s rent laws. Rent Stabilization is a cornerstone for preserving affordability and protecting tenants’ rights.

@ANHD RT @UDFNYC: “We want people to buy into their communities and be proud of where they’re from.” — Kori Robinson, with @queenscjc This sum…

@ANHD RT @ANHDNYC: “‘A lot of families feel like they’re locked into tight spaces and feel they have no options where they can go,’ said @barikaX

@ANHD Insurance carriers are denying policies to affordable housing providers in BIPOC neighborhoods and based on low income tenants having vouchers. This is unacceptable discrimination and we need @NYSenate @NYSA_Majority @NYS_AM to end it now! Pass S7298/A7910 this year!

@ANHD “‘A lot of families feel like they’re locked into tight spaces and feel they have no options where they can go,’ said @barikaXw, ANHD Executive Director. ‘How many people, when faced with that, are choosing to leave NYC because they can’t afford it?’”

@ANHD Read our 2022 blog for more:

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