From FTNO The Mayor's Fund <[email protected]>
Subject Black renters are facing a crisis
Date February 25, 2021 11:18 PM
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Black families are disproportionately likely to face eviction during the pandemic. You can help.

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** Black families are uniquely vulnerable to the eviction crisis.

The Eviction Lab at Princeton University found that a disproportionately high number of evictions ([link removed]) are being filed against black renters. This is happening across the country, but it's especially important here in New Orleans.
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Despite government moratoriums, more than a million Americans have faced eviction during the pandemic. These people need help ([link removed]) now.
"A whopping 56 percent of black renters also say it's likely they'll have to leave their homes within the next two months because of eviction."
The Black community is the backbone of New Orleans. By donating to the Mayor's Rental Assistance Fund ([link removed]) , you can help your neighbors make up for lost income due to the pandemic and keep their homes.
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This is a once-in-a-lifetime crisis, and many New Orleanians are hurting. Help them by donating today. ([link removed])

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