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Opportunities at NHLP

NHLP SEEKS LAW CLERKS FOR FALL 2023  The National Housing Law Project (NHLP) is currently accepting applications from law students  for two (2) fall semester 2023 clerkship positions.   Over fifty years ago, the Fair Housing Act and the Housing and Urban Development Act were  signed into law to expand housing opportunities for marginalized communities and to redress  racially motivated, discriminatory laws and policies. Unfortunately, far too many of our neighbors  continue to face discriminatory policies that are oppressive and create extraordinary hurdles to  accessing affordable, clean, decent, and sanitary housing.  Where we live has a powerful impact on our educational opportunities, employment opportunities,  and our mental and physical health. The current public... Read More »

Disaster Resources for Housing Advocates

A Resource Guide for Housing Advocates needing assistance during natural disasters Hurricanes Fiona and Ian have caused major devastation and there are still two months remaining in the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane season. We would like to share the following resources for advocates who are working to get short-term and long-term housing resources to BIPOC and low-income communities who have been repeatedly underserved and left out of disaster recovery programs. Join NLIHC and their Disaster Housing Recovery Coalition on Tuesday, October 4, at 2 pm for a national webinar. Hear how federal, state, and local governments are responding to housing needs related to Hurricanes Fiona and Ian, learn from leaders in impacted communities about the impact... Read More »

Francis Antonio

Francis Antonio is NHLP’s Director of Operations and Technology. He works closely with the Chief Operating Officer and accounting team, to manage day-to-day accounting operations. He is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of NHLP’s IT functions and oversees administrative and operational activities. Francis joined NHLP because he believes in the organization’s mission to advance housing justice for poor people and communities. Read More »