Cancel 2020 Cocktail Cabaret

It’s time to #Cancel2020, but not before we celebrate all that the tenants have accomplished this year. When COVID hit

Call Senator Kavanagh

Call 718-875-1517 and 212-298-5565 Email:  Hi, my name is ____________ and I live at _______________.    I’m calling as your constituent to remind you to

Anti-Apartheid rally

Description: Delegations from the Harlem and Flatbush branches of the Met Council on Housing are visible at this anti-Apartheid rally.

Support for Intro 2

Description: Letter from Esther Rand, on behalf of the Executive Board of Met Council on Housing, in support of proposed

Opposition to the Black Panther Party

Description: Letter from a Met Council on Housing member (identity removed for confidentiality purposes) withdrawing membership due to Met Council

Civilian Complaint Review Board

Description: Letter from Jane Benedict, on behald of the Metropolitan Council on Housing, supporting the creation of an independent Civilian

Civilian Review Board

Description: Charlene Mitchell and Bernice Linton hold signs calling for the creation of an independent Civilian Complain Review Board to

Letter to JFK

Description: First page of a letter from Jane Benedict, on behalf of the Met Council on Housing, to then-President John

Civil Rights Supplement

Description: Met Council on Housing Civil Rights Supplement (published for an unknown length of time). This issue discussed organizing for

Homesteaders’ Rally

Description: Homesteading was a government-funded program in which abandoned, city-owned buildings were rehabilitated by low and moderate-income people, who then

Support Intro 369

Description: Met Council on Housing poster encouraging attendence at the City Council hearing on proposed anti-warehousing legislation Intro 369. Date:

Stop Warehousing Now!

Description: Action at a City Council hearing in support of proposed anti-warehousing legislation Intro 369, which was backed by a

Demonstration for SRO housing

Description: Demonstration at City Hall against proposed legislation, Intro 646, which would have virtually eliminated residential hotel housing (SROs) in

East Harlem Speak Out

Description: A community speak-out at the La Guardia Memorial Center, organized by the Committee to Save East Harlem. Date: August

Tenants’ Targets for the 1980s

Description: Invitation to the Met Council on Housing annual meeting on January 19th, 1980. The invitation illustrates key aspects of