On Friday, September 21, the Yes on 10 movement will launch a statewide “Rent Is Too Damn High” Bus Tour to communicate the importance of Proposition 10, a critical step towards solving California’s housing-affordability crisis.
The Bus Tour is a grassroots effort to further develop organic person-to-person relationships in communities across the state, hear community housing concerns, and raise awareness for Proposition 10. Leaders and organizations from up and down California will come together to engage voters and rally support for Proposition 10 because everyone deserves a safe, healthy, and affordable place to call home.
From now through the election, the “Rent Is Too Damn High” Bus Tour will travel throughout the state after kicking off this weekend in Southern California. The tour will visit the following counties in the coming days:
BUS TOUR – UPCOMING SCHEDULE:
— Friday, September 21 —
WHEN: 7:00 PM – Rally // 7:30 PM – Candlelight March (b roll opportunity) // 8:00 PM – Press Conference
WHAT: Candlelight Vigil & March for Affordable Housing
WHERE: Rally Location/March Starting Point: Highland Park Gold Line Station, 203 N. Ave 58 (58th & Piedmont Ave), Los Angeles, CA 90042
Press Conference Location: 117 S. Avenue 64 Los Angeles, CA 90042
WHO: Community leaders and neighbors will gather to honor and support the tenants of Highland Park and the Avenue 64 rent strike. The Eviction Defense Network, Los Angeles Tenants Union, Northeast Los Angeles Homeless Coalition, El Sereno Against Gentrification and National Employment Lawyers Association will come together to discuss the impact of skyrocketing rents on local communities.
— Saturday, September 22 —
WHEN: 9:30 AM
WHAT: Housing Now! Yes on Prop 10 Kick-Off
WHERE: 1715 W Florence Ave (Florence & Western), Los Angeles, CA 90047
WHO: Supporters of Proposition 10, including the Housing Now! Coalition and the Yes on 10 campaign to rally and launch voter engagement efforts to spread the word about how Proposition 10 will allow local governments to implement reasonable limits on rent increases and provide more affordable housing options for area seniors, nurses, teachers, and other workers.