On the morning of December 3rd, 2016, the deadly effects of the affordable housing crisis became clear. If housing were treated as a human right, if artists were supported by the cities and developers that profit off their creativity, the loss of 36 lives in Oakland, California in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire could have […]
About Aimee Inglis
Aimee Inglis is acting director at Tenants Together, which seeks to galvanize a statewide movement for renters’ rights. Aimee was formally trained as a community organizer through the Midwest Academy's Organizing program. Starting her work with Tenants Together as a volunteer counselor on the Tenant Rights Hotline, she now focuses on building a strong member base, educating volunteers, managing the Hotline, leading online organizing efforts, and engaging in state and local policy on tenants’ rights.