Panelists include: Steve Glaude (Executive Director of the Coalition for Non-Profit Housing and Economic Development, CNHED); Sarah Scruggs (Deputy Director of MANNA, Inc.); Betty Gentle (Advocacy and Community Engagement Specialist for So Others Might Eat, SOME); and Morgan Jones, (Street Sense Vendor, Film Producer, and Self-Styled Tiny Building Expert). Joseph Young of the Washington Informer will be the Moderater.
Join us at the Church of the Epiphany (1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005) at 6:30 pm for PFFC’s and FACE’s second Universal Right to Housing Town Hall. The town hall is called Meet the Builder: How Do we build Housing that is Universally Available? The audience of housed and unhoused community members will pose questions to the panelists.