The Annual NAHT Conference will take place Mon, June 28- Wed, June 30 on Zoom!
See the conference program and register here.
Just announced: Senator Chuck Schumer & Representative Rashida Tlaib will join us on Wednesday!
More to be announced in the coming days!
Join the fight to SAVE OUR HOMES and build the US tenant movement!
Meet with top officials from HUD! Take our message to Congress on Lobby Day!
Attend tenant-led workshops on topics including:
- How to Build Strong Tenants Associations
- How to Fight Management Harassment
- How to Fight Urban Displacement & Gentrification
- Next Steps in US & Global Tenants Rights Movements
- How to Respond to Expiring HUD Contracts
- How to Replace Substandard Management
- HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration: Threat, or Benefit?
Due to COVID-19 precautions, the 2021 conference will take place virtually on Zoom.
The 2021 NAHT Annual Meeting will take place on Zoom as part of the 2021 NAHT Annual Conference. A Zoom link and conference call number will be provided to all Voting Member and Associate Member Group Representatives three days prior to the meeting.
Please note that most current dues will expire prior to June 28. Be sure to renew your group’s dues no later than Friday, June 18, 2021. $25 dues will entitle all members of your board or committee to register free of additional charge for the entire NAHT Conference.
NAHT’s Annual Membership Meeting will convene at 3:15 p.m. on June 28, 2021 during the Virtual NAHT conference and may be continued at subsequent times on that date. The meeting will hear and vote on board reports on NAHT activities and elect a new Board of Directors.
Voting membership in NAHT is open to resident organizations in current or formerly HUD-assisted and/or insured multi-family housing. This includes Public Housing developments proposed for conversion to private ownership by a Public Housing Agency through Notice to tenants pursuant to HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration or other programs; resident owner groups, or organizing committees, that meet regularly, are democratic, representative of all groups in their development, independent of non-resident owners or management agents, and are committed to permanently affordable housing for low and moderate income people.
Each member organization will have one vote at the membership meeting. The dues for resident organizations are currently $25 annually for voting membership and are effective for one year from date of receipt. Voting member groups will be able to vote at NAHT’s Special Membership Meeting and in elections for the NAHT Board of Directors. Only designated representatives of dues-paying voting member groups in good standing may vote for or run for the NAHT board.
Associate (non-voting) membership in NAHT is open to non-profit organizations that work with HUD tenants and share the goals and objectives of NAHT. Associate member group representatives may attend the Special Membership Meeting as observers but may not vote in membership proceedings.
David Nollman, Secretary
National Alliance of HUD Tenants
Geraldine Collins, the President of the National Alliance of HUD Tenants Board, is now the host of a weekly talk show, "Ask Geraldine," on WHCR 90.3FM, a Harlem-based radio program out of the City College of New York. Her first broadcast was two evenings ago, August 17, 2020! She interviewed NAHT's own Michael Kane for close to an hour, about the tsunami of evictions and what tenants need to do nationwide to save their homes.
The show was broadcast live on radio in NYC, and nationwide through a web link. Here’s the recording.
Listeners can help pass the HEROES act housing protections, to avert a tsunami of evictions for 23-30 million tenants in the next few months. Please listen, post and share!
NAHT Statement on the Murder of George Floyd
and the Movement for Racial Justice and Change
As a multiracial organization of working class tenants in privately-owned, HUD assisted housing, NAHT’s elected all-tenant Board condemns the abhorrent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Stephon Clark, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others before them. These murders at the hands of racist police and vigilantes reflect the sordid 400 year history of white supremacy and violent racial subjugation that has stained our country since its inception. The systemic trauma this violence inflicts daily on all people of color, and the destructive sickness of racism that causes it, affect us all. This must end, and it must end now.Read more