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Beyond the Boundaries is committed to the intersection of racial injustice and housing. We strive to stay abreast of current local social and political activities as they relate to housing advocacy. We ask you to join us in our advocacy efforts!

BtB Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 outbreak has highlighted the various ways these inequities are manifested during times of crisis. We are therefore broadening our focus to the following populations and areas of need (please see below).

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Homeless & Housing Insecure

Our focus will be to assist partner organizations in their efforts to prevent evictions, including mortgage and rental relief for those directly impacted by COVID-19 job insecurity and displacement. We also advocate for the homeless and housing insecure populations in order for them to find permanent and sustainable housing to ensure their safety for the full duration of the pandemic, rather than just responsive measures to prevent outbreaks or infection

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Detained Inmates & Prisons

We call for measures to ensure incarcerated individuals are safely re-housed and that conditions of confinement are improved to ensure safety for all those who must remain incarcerated. We support like minded organizations in their call for reforms to ensure the safety of all detained inmates.

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Immigrant Populations

A short description of your company and the services you offer. we are also focusing in how immigrant populations are being included and protected through state and federal protection measures, especially as they relate to housing and reducing expsosure to the COVID-19 virus.


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