Beacon: Rally for Housing at the Capitol

Beacon Rally at the Capitol January 11 at 1:30pm

View of a rally from behind a woman holding a sign reading, "We are Better Than This!" Image courtesy of StockSnap via Pixabay.

Beacon Interfaith Housing is asking folx to gather at the Capitol on January 11, 1:30-2:30 pm to advocate for sustainable housing.

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Start With Home: Rally for Housing at the Capitol
Saturday, January 11, 2023
Minnesota State Capitol 75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, Saint Paul, MN

Please join our Start With Home: Rally for Housing on January 11, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. for equitable and stable housing in Minnesota! We’ll be at the Capitol Rotunda with other leading nonprofit housing organizations to make sure home is front-and-center in the minds of our elected officials as they create state budgets. Join members of Living Table UCC and other congregations at the rally. Make some noise for Bring It Home Minnesota at the beginning of the legislative session to encourage our allies and wake up those who are still in the dark about the desperate need for deeply affordable housing in our state.

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3 thoughts on “Beacon: Rally for Housing at the Capitol”

  1. I will be attending the rally at the capitol on January 11th and will be riding the light rail from the 46th street station at noon and linking with the B line at US Bank Stadium. It would be great to have more folks from LIving Table there too. Let me know if you can join me.

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    • I’ll come, Tom. The title of the rally is so true—housing is basic to everything else. Without reliable, affordable housing, people can’t keep jobs, students can’t concentrate on their studies, families fall into homelessness. We can make legislators pay attention and do something about it.

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