Moderator: Joel Pruce, University of Dayton Human Rights Center

  • Kathy Rowell, Sinclair Community College
  • Debra Lavey, ABLE LAW, USA
  • Destiny Brown, ABLE LAW, USA
  • Angel Bernard, St. Vincent Hotel, Dayton, Ohio
5-6:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023, Room N1840 (Marshall Room)

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Thursday, November 2nd
5:00 PM

Rights for Tenants and the "Unhoused": Progress and Lessons Learned in Dayton

Kathy Rowell
Debra Lavey, ABLE LAW
Destiny Brown, ABLE LAW
Angel Bernard, St. Vincent Shelter of Dayton

5:00 PM - 6:15 PM

This session will look at the history of housing rights in the United States and look at recent interest in bills of rights for tenants and the unhoused (homeless). Presenters will share recent trends in the United States and Ohio. As part of this session, participants will learn about progress in Dayton, Ohio and surrounding communities towards both a Bill of Rights for Tenants t and a Bill of Rights for the Homeless. Panelists include an academic, a lawyer, community activists and people with lived experiences that they will share as part of the session.