Thursday, March 29 at 6pm
Port Angeles Main Library
Wondering what rights you have as a renter? The Tenants Union of Washington State will present an informational tenant education workshop. Learn more about Washington state tenants’ rights during move-in, tenancy, and move-out. Information will be shared about rental contract issues such as rule changes and rent increases, best practices when dealing with repairs, and tips for recovering security deposits. The workshop is 60 minutes long and there will be time afterwards for Q&A.
The mission of the Tenants Union (TU) is to create housing justice through empowerment-based education, outreach, leadership development, organizing, and advocacy. Founded in 1977, the TU carries on a proud legacy of work to create concrete improvements in tenants’ living conditions and challenge and transform unjust housing policies and practices. As a membership organization, the TU’s work is grounded in the strong conviction that tenants must be the leaders of efforts to transform our housing conditions and communities. The TU embraces the values of equality, hope, tenant leadership, respect, direct action, civic courage, racial and economic justice, and self-determination in our work. Learn more at tenantsunion.org.
This program is generously supported by the Port Angeles Friends of the Library.