RESULTS National Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi. From smoky Olalla, WA!
We have occasionally read them out loud at the beginning of our group meetings.
Great idea, Craig!
Hey everyone! Thanks for making a difference in the world! Happy to be here with you!
That’s a great idea, Craig
Is this moratorium nationwide? I am seeing people getting eviction notices...
Can someone link the eviction form people can use for landlords so we can spread this around?
Don't renters have to apply for moratorium?
The form is referred to as a Declaration. Let me look around for a link to the form.
Is it only for rental units funded with federal assistance or financed with federal funding?
We know that the figures have to be higher... especially in the Latino community who would not be answering surveys due to legal status, but are still affected.
Here is the Declaration form, Misty - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/declaration-form.pdf
do check out NLIHC.org
Thank you! Good thing it’s in Spanish too!
The Declaration needs to be filled out by the tenant (everyone whose name is on the lease, need to sign). The tenant needs to make multiple copies. The tenant needs to give it their landlord.
thank you Kathleen
Doubling is definitely happening, with higher increase of being exposed to COVID and spreading.
What is status of legality/enforceability of CDC action?
Yes! Evicted is an amazing book!!
and we’re not even discussing undocumented people
What affects the undocumented population affects the rest of the population directly and indirectly.
To follow up on Roger’s question, how does CDC have authority to order no evictions?
go to cdc website all is explained
Here is the Desmond article in the NYT The Rent Eats First, Even During a Pandemichttps://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/29/opinion/sunday/coronavirus-evictions-superspreader.html?referringSource=articleShare
Is there anywhere we can find the census data by state?
to answer questions/reiterate answers: yes the moratorium is national and covers people beyond those who are in federally-backed properties
Just a follow up on code violations and evictions in general. When it comes to individuals in poverty the landlord holds a lot of power. Individuals don't always understand their rights and are scared out of their units with the threat of eviction or other legal action
Gallery view shows all the little people!
resources on the CDC eviction moratorium: https://nlihc.org/national-eviction-moratorium (multiple languages). The CDC's authority is (basically) to declare evictions a public health crisis -- and if renters have completed a declaration/given to landlord, they are protected if they are in an eviction proceeding in courts (though hopefully landlords wouldn't take it that far/know about it)
on state data: if you go here (can bookmark this page since it gets updated) https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/household-pulse-survey/data.html you can get to some state data
for example: Food Sufficiency for Households with Children, in the Last 7 Days, by Select Characteristics https://www2.census.gov/programs-surveys/demo/tables/hhp/2020/wk13/food3b_week13.xlsx has state data
but researchers are cautioning re using the state data since sample sizes smaller, response rates to questions get lower, so can share but not "count on" the state level data especially those in smaller states
Any follow up questions about our Experts on Poverty group please check out the RESULTS website and feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com
Separately, this coming Tuesday and Thursday the Census Bureau will release more detailed poverty data for 2019 -- which includes lots of state and even city data pre-pandemic
that is the same data that helps us see the anti-poverty impact of programs like EITC, CTC, and SNAP. Again, though, will be pre-pandemic
Edward Morara Osoro
Jambo(hi) everyone! From Nairobi Kenya
Jambo back to you my friend Mo!
Hi Edward! Greetings from Indiana in the Midwest
And for those interested in the UPenn research, was part of this webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DttOY5QL_eU&feature=youtu.be. in sum: "1 excess death caused by every 70 households evicted"
As a member of many majority/empowered groups have benefited from this reminder/caution from Paul Gorski about oppression, on a personal/individual level, in which he notes that BIPOC in movements often find their allies to be trying and likely to inflict forms of oppression on movement members without having any clue they're doing it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLwlpDRbxMk
and my last Chat response, I think (let me know if I missed any ?s): luckily, the CDC moratorium and the emergency rental assistance as passed by the House does not exclude by immigration status. BTW can see some of RESULTS responses to the various Administration attacks on immigrants/mixed status families here: https://results.org/blog/results-responds-to-white-house-proposals-that-threaten-low-income-families/
(It should be "I have benefited from" in my comment.)
What about the cdc moratorium? Is that a good timely hook? How long can we use that?
my two cents: use the Senate vote on their meager bill Thursday/inaction at the scale needed or other COVID news as the "hook" since more recent
unless articles on moratorium specifically (less likely as we get farther away from Sept 1)
Thanks so much Meredith! I see it’s updated on our blog as well! https://results.org/blog/latest-from-capitol-hill-on-coronavirus-and-poverty/
How should the byline read? Should the writer's organization be included even if the local/national organization/committee has not seen the letter prior? Or should the writer use a personal byline?
Thank you, RESULTS Austin!
Wow! Mark and Eloise, what a great story and action you've taken. Thanks for speaking to us about it, Eloise!
Is there a good cop/bad cop aspect to this? So that the people in relation with an elected official's office take the sweetness and light approach (being firm, of course) - while another RESULTS member writes the more confrontational letters and communications?
One idea is that you can sign your letter with your name and city, but you can mention that you are a member of RESULTS in the body of the email.
Powerful share!! Awesome!
Jim, one approach we always take is to try to be clear/powerful in our request but also to be as relational as possible to keep the lines of communication open.
Can we have something to post on social media about the Wednesday call in day?
YES INSPIRING PLAN!
Not yet but we will re Call-In DAy!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her) Raleigh NC
Welcome Jud to his first webinar!
Sarah M Miller
welcome to RESULTS!!!
Carolyn Prouty (she/her)
WE’RE SO GLAD YOU’RE HERE!!!
Yeh to new RESULTS members!
Zain! Eileen! AYYYYYY welcome!
Good to see you on call, Pat Payne
Michele Lagoy from San Diego
Welcome new members!
Welcome to the new advocates!
Welcome everyone to RESULTS!
Welcome !!! Marty Dallas
So glad you have joined us, you will love this work!
Welcome from Duwamish land
So happy you joined us!
Thank you for engaging with RESULTS!
Thank you for the welcome!
Welcome all!! Welcome, Dakeya!!
Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here!
welcome to RESULTS. if you are a free agent, please feel free to contact me via Ken
We are thrilled you've joined us and welcome you to our powerful efforts to end poverty!
Welcome to RESULTS. We are so happy you joined us.
Zain Lilani (he/him)
Welcome new RESULTS People!
Welcome to all our new ADVOCATES!!!!
Lisa, so while I am in relation with a Senator's office who has been reluctant, I think it would be counterproductive for me to write a letter calling him out...but it may help to have someone else do so, right?
Welcome to everyone new!!
Welcome!!!! Happy to have everyone!
Welcome! So exciting and glad you are all here with us.
Hello Everyone! Very happy to be here!
Thanks for your energy and commitment!
Good job, Alicia, and thanks for the kind call last week.
Carina is a great Group Leader!
Peter Stoel, OR
Alicia, Thank you for helping our Oregon chapter, I look forward to working with you!!
Pamela M Covington
A BIG welcome to all new RESULTS advocates! : )
Welcome, Sydney Harding! I’m in Laurel. Is your interest domestic or global? Pat Behenna
Welcome Bloomington, I would love to be on the banks of the Jordon this afternoon!
thanks for sharing Carina!!!!!!
Another suggestion when writing about evictions and challenges individuals are facing is the cost of utilities. If utilities are turned off the renter can be evicted for this. If the renter is part of a Section 8 housing subsidy and gets evicted they can lose their voucher for life
Sending love to Carina's RESULTS baby! Having baby voices heard! We do this work for them!
Hi Pat! My interests is domestic
Thank you, Carina!
Thanks alot Carrina and alicia !
Welcome back Rahab!!!
Great, Sydney! There’s a domestic group near you.
How Cute Carina!
Sorry I missed it can someone remind me what bidirectional screening is?
Hi baby Carina!
Welcome to the Maryland RESULTS group, Sydney! I’m no longer in Maryland, but I know many strong RESULTS volunteers there! :). And Hi Pat Behenna! I miss you!
Awww cute baby
@Yara Bidirectional screening is to do with screening ALSO for TB when we screen for COVID.
Yara, screening for more than one issue...screening for COVID19 and TB
He just wanted to be part of RESULTS!
Welcome to the call!
Thanks Pat and Sara! I’m apart of the DC Chapter. Alicia introduced me to them :)
Awesome! DC has a great chapter! Is Lisa Peters still leading it? They’re GREAT!
What DC paper would be most likely to be read by Members of Congress?
David and Rahab will take some questions after Rahab speaks, if you have some
Judy, you might try the Washington Post.
Stock out = drugs are out of stock—unavailable.
Lisa is one of the leads, and I think Lior is the other. Very great group too!
Thank you Lisa.
Oh yes, Lior’s awesome too. You have a good group! Glad to see you’re involved! Welcome to RESULTS!
So proud of KANCO and all of your work, Rahab.
Thanks Rahab! Great presentation making this more real and concrete!
How is the spirit of the people in Kenya? with pandemic and medicine challenges?
Thank you, Raab, for all you and Kanco are doing.
Wonderful to learn of local advocacy in Kenya, and hopefully in other Global fund recipient countries, very encouraging that our work is meshing with their work!!!
If increased funding may be in FY 2021 approps, will we try to get some of it into an expected C.R.?
Thanks Rahab! I am impressed with your media campaign on Twitter and letter writing. So inspiring for us to know about.
Agreed. Great presentation Rahab M.
Is China engaging in funding any of the COVID/health response in Kenya or Africa in general?
How do the stats look re malaria, TB and COVId?Does the community prioritize the diseases?
We've heard that Africa is better than industrial countries due to experience with pandemics in past. Challenges due to
Is the distribution process successful? Kit Logsdon
government inaction? lack of knowledge by people in rural areas? medicine shortages?
Thanks to everyone for your questions!
Great job David and Rahab—thanks so much
I am also lobbying for lollipops for John’s child —Cindy Changyit Levin
Children are the riches of life. Full of lollipops!
Edward Morara Osoro
Fantastic in put dadangu (my sister) Rahab
loving all the kids today
Contra costa 1
Marisah De Moll
One here in Las Cruces, NM
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Olalla, WA - 1
Thanks to everyone for being on today!
Vancouver WA 1
Thanks everyone! Greetings from Cleveland.
San Francisco (part) 2 in the room
Northern VA 1
Ann Arbor 1
Bye, everyone! Good lick!
Anchorage, AK - 2
Thank you for the opportunity
Amy in St. Louis, MO (1) Merci beaucoup!
hi to all of my new advocate friends I've had the pleasure of working with the last few months!!!!
San Jose, CA 1: John Tupper
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her) Raleigh NC
Hey Everyone! So glad we had Talia, Jud, Marisah, Ruth, and Lindsay from RESULTS Raleigh on today so so 5 from our group!
Marilyn from Enujmclaw, WAshington
Janet and Steve
West Linn OR - 2
One member in this house in Olalla
Orlando 2 in the room.
Silicon Valley - 1 (
Sydney Harding from Rockville, MD
Glad to have so many folks on, including our new folks!
Asheville -2 at least
Gig Harbor 1
2 in Oberlin oh
Rhonda B Rhea
Thank you for everything. Great meeting Rahab. My sister from Kenya.
Pt Hadlock WA - 1
Great Barrington ma 1
Thank you Rhonda Rhea
Sydney, I see you, Pat
Duncan SC - GREENVILLE SPARTANBURG CHAPTER
No one else in my bedroom, but I did verbally share the PW with Ellen (sister) and Mary Spurgeon, who didn't get a reply to her registration request. Two birthdays kept others away.
Metro Maryland RESULTS 1 FROM Laurel