For the past 20 years, Kennette Dike and her boys were living in an apartment in the Park Morton community. After working hard to educate herself by attending seminars, and searching for a house that fits her family’s needs, she is now a proud homeowner in Southeast. “Oh my God, I’m so glad I’m gone.
An opinion piece by U.S. Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Marcia L. Fudge was originally published in The Washington Post on June 10, 2021. Please read below: When demonstrators flooded the streets of Minneapolis following the murder of George Floyd, they were not only protesting local police practices. They were also
Today, the District of Columbia Housing Authority Board of Commissioners held an emergency meeting to vote on a resolution naming Brenda Donald as Interim Executive Director to replace Tyrone Garrett who announced his resignation earlier this week. The resignation is effective June 18. The resolution also announced that the BOC will conduct a national search