Project Right to Housing
Project Right to Housing is a collective of housing justice organizers advocating for Housing First policies and working to support the demands of the unhoused community in Cambridge and beyond.
Provide direct aid to Cambridge's unhoused community.
Create more supportive, low-barrier non-congregate shelters.
Educate the Cambridge community about housing justice and our undemocratic municipal leadership structure.
Elect city councilors who support pursuing a Housing First Model for Cambridge.
Reduce the power of the City Manager and make them accountable to community members.
What We've Done So Far...
Dominate Public Comment at City Council Meetings.
Got P.O. on Eliminating Hostile Architecture Passed.
Got Charter Right 1 on Investigating Non-Congregate Shelter Passed.
Two Lit Drops that targeted over 1,200 houses.
Provided Mutual Aid for the unhoused community both in and out of the shelter system.
Public Education & Raising Awareness through Social Media.
Solidarity Dinners and Other Programming with Green Street Shelter.