How Will L.A.’s Next Mayor Shape Affordable Housing and Homelessness Policies?
The mayoral race in Los Angeles 2022 presents an important change in leadership that will impact the number one issue that voters have addressed: our homelessness and affordable housing crisis. This issue is at the top of the mind for a majority of Angelenos, and we want to see our local government act like it’s our most pressing crisis. SCANPH and Housing for a Stronger LA are convening a Mayoral Candidates Forum to engage in a dialogue with the candidates and to hear about their plans to ensure that every resident has a decent, safe, sustainable and affordable place to live.
Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Time: 10 am – 12 pm
Venue: Colburn School, Zipper Hall
200 Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Housers, let’s show the next mayor that the affordable housing community is a strong coalition that can’t be ignored, so we hope you’ll turn out and make our voices heard.
Moderator: Amber Sheikh, Chief Impact Officer & Owner, Sheikh/Impact
Featured Host Speaker and Emcee: Emily Martiniuk, Residents United Network (NUA) Advocate and Housing California’s 2019 Housing Advocate of the Year; LA Family Housing Resident
- Rep. Karen Bass
- City Attorney Mike Feuer
- City Councilmember Joe Buscaino
- Businessman Ramit Varma
*Candidates Rick Caruso and Kevin de Leon declined to participate.
Zipper Hall, 200 Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Pandemic Guidelines: Masks required; vaccination status checks for all attendees.
Parking: Several parking lots are within a two-block radius; civic center metro station is a short walk away.