As COVID-19 continues to spread within North Dakota communities, it’s not just concerns about health that have some North Dakotans worried. Housing is also a major issue – particularly for those whose income has been impacted because of involuntary unemployment, extended sickness or required quarantine.
Several area nonprofit organizations are asking the state to do more to protect the health and safety of all North Dakotans. A temporary moratorium on eviction actions and a freeze on foreclosures in the state would allow people to remain stably housed as they safeguard their health and the health of their families and other North Dakotans.
Learn more at a Monday morning online press conference.
WHEN: 10 a.m. Monday, March 30
WHERE: Online via the Zoom Web Conferencing Platform
Click here: https://aclu.zoom.us/j/293061498
When you log on, you’ll have two options for sound: join with computer audio or dial in via phone. It’s generally easiest to join with computer audio. Make sure you have the volume turned up. You can also dial in via phone. Just call 646-558-8656 (when prompted, the meeting ID is 293 061 498).
SPEAKERS: Nick Archuleta, North Dakota United
Cody Schuler, Fargo-Moorhead Coalition to End Homelessness
Michelle Rydz, High Plains Fair Housing
Dane DeKrey, ACLU of North Dakota
The press conference will be recorded and available to replay tomorrow. For information, please contact Janna Farley at email@example.com.