Complimentary webinar: Why Housing Messages Backfire…

Advocate more effectively and build support for affordable housing
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Why Housing Messages Backfire & What We Can Do
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST
Join NHC, Enterprise Community Partners and the FrameWorks Institute for a discussion of housing messaging pitfalls and simple things housers can do to advocate more effectively and build support for affordable housing.

The affordable housing movement across the U.S. has had tremendous success in creating understanding of the affordable housing challenges our communities face, and in growing support for the actions government can take to solve the problem. Despite this success, the public discussion of affordable housing seems to get stuck when housers try to get both the public and policymakers to understand the vital role affordable housing plays in our lives.

In this webinar, hear from Tiffany Manuel of Enterprise Community Partners and Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor of the Frameworks Institute about the ways typical affordable housing messages backfire, and what we can do differently to improve our affordable housing funding campaigns and counter community opposition to affordable developments in our neighborhoods. Amy Clark of the National Housing Conference will share additional resources that will help the housing community use effective messaging in its work.

The webinar will include time for audience questions. Slides and a recording of the webinar will be made available after the presentation concludes.

Register today!
Sponsored by:
National Housing Conference | http://www.nhc.org | 202-466-2121
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