Fridays with Fatima – Volume 3
Week three at the Capitol was fast paced and successful. Read below to find out more about this past week with MCH and Homes for All! Homeless Day on the Hill Advocates showed up and engaged with lawmakers on Homeless Day on the Hill! I have heard from many lawmakers since Tuesday, that they were impressed […]
*TWO* Hearings for Homeless Day on the Hill!
Homeless Day on the Hill is here! We are very excited you’re here for a great day of advocacy. We have our full schedule here: 8:00 AM – Registration 9:00 AM – Program 10:20 AM – Media Q&A immediately following the program 10:30 PM – Head over to the Capitol for lawmaker meetings! 3:00 PM – […]
First reflections from my trip to D.C.
Arianna Nason is the Tribal Organizer for MCH, as well as Humphrey Public Policy fellow. She recently had the opportunity to go to Washington D.C. for part of her fellowship, and below is one of many reflections from her time there. As one of the Humphrey Public Policy fellows, I recently went on a trip […]
Fridays with Fatima – Volume 1
Hi all, We have had a successful first week of our 2018 legislative session! Click here for MCH’s Legislative Agenda. On the first day of session, MCH staff and other Homes for All partners met lawmakers in the rotunda of the Capitol for pictures. Many were excited to show their support for housing. Check out […]
Keeping Home Close On Indigenous People’s Day
“Keeping Home Close On Indigenous People’s Day” by Arianna Nason Arianna Nason is an Anishinaabe citizen of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and is the Tribal Organizer for the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless. In her blog below, she shares how she recognizes Indigenous People’s Day as a celebration of home, community, […]
Meet our HECUA Intern, Nick!
Nick DeMaioribus joined us in September as a Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA) intern! The HECUA program builds academic-community partnerships for social change, using community-based learning methods to explore the dynamic relationships between theory and practice and to equip students with skills and knowledge for building just communities and societies. Here is a note […]
Thanks for joining us at the 2017 MCH Annual Conference!
2017 MCH Annual Conference How Far Can We Go? Storify by @MNHomelessCo | #MCHConf
Protect Our Homes is in Washington D.C.!
MCH’s Executive Director, Senta Leff, is in Washington D.C. this week on behalf of Protect Our Homes. She is meeting with lawmakers and sharing the importance of housing stability. A note from Senta: I brought the Protect Our Homes message to 14 legislators yesterday! Leaders have already begun debates on an affordable housing funding bill. The House […]