Washington City Paper: Bowser Won Her New DCHA Board. Is There Any Reason to Believe It Will Make a Difference?
Children’s Law Center joined with Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, Legal Aid of District of Columbia, Bread for the City, Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, Legal Counsel for the Elderly, Rising for Justice and Empower DC to highlight the challenges in reforming DC Housing Authority. Washington City Paper pointed to the letter in an article after a DC Council vote on the issue:
“True reform aimed at resolving the fundamental problems at DCHA must also address leadership, internal agency deficiencies, and the grave failings to meet the many needs of DCHA constituents in the provision of safe and affordable housing.”