Questions and answers about evictions
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7M ago
With most COVID-19 aid now in the rearview mirror, eviction filings are once again reaching, or even surpassing, pre-pandemic levels in cities across the country. As many tenants are left to navigate an eviction with few protections, we ..read more
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2022: The Year We Refused to Go Back to Normal
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1y ago
As pandemic-era rental assistance funds and related resources started to sunset, the fight for better protections didn’t. 2022 was defined by groups across the country continuing to push for housing justice ..read more
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Welcome to the Eviction Lab. Let’s Get to Work!
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1y ago
Imagine if we didn’t know how many Americans were incarcerated each year or how many dropped out of high school, got divorced, or lost their job. If we don’t know how big a problem something is, where it is happening, or how many families ..read more
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How We Partnered With Mapbox to Visualize Evictions Nationwide
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1y ago
When Matthew Desmond and his Eviction Lab research team offered us the task of mapping and visualizing their first-of-its-kind database of eviction statistics, we (the web team) were excited, honored, and humbled. And then, when things ..read more
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"Evicted" Takes Form in New Museum Exhibit
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1y ago
First there was the book Evicted, with its heartbreaking stories of families and individuals struggling to maintain stable shelter. Next came the release of The Eviction Lab’s database, revealing the often-surprising scale and span of ..read more
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COVID-19 and Changing Eviction Policies Around the Nation
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1y ago
As the world seeks to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, policymakers across the U.S. are responding to the heightened insecurity so many face. This table details where local governments, states, and the federal government have taken action. We ..read more
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Article: Eviction Data Can Keep Cities from “Designing Policy in the Dark”
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1y ago
The Urban Institute’s How Housing Matters website has published an enlightening piece summarizing the current state of nationwide eviction data-gathering, as well as describing the critical role this data can play in informing public ..read more
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Update on the Federal Eviction Moratorium and the Eviction Lab's COVID-19 Projects
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1y ago
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued an order, effective from September 4th, 2020 and extended to July 31, 2021, that provides protection from eviction to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. Although many questions ..read more
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Federal Moratorium Extended, but Eviction Filings Continue
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1y ago
In September 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an order that temporarily halts some evictions as a public health strategy to stop the spread of COVID-19. Because eviction and the threat of eviction lead to ..read more
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Questions and answers about evictions as the CDC moratorium ends
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1y ago
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for hundreds of thousands of people to pay rent and stay housed. At the Eviction Lab, we believe that everyone deserves a place to call home, especially during an emergency like this. The ..read more
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