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Solidaridad Inquilina - Tenant Solidarity

Build mutual support and defense among tenants in southwest Chicago.

Contributors


Solidaridad Inquilina - Tenant Solidarity is all of us

Our contributors 7

Thank you for supporting Solidaridad Inquilina - Tenant Solidarity.

EF

Admin

$90 USD

Chris

Admin

Melissa

Admin

Crossroads Fund

$7,000 USD

Noah

backer

$415 USD

Gregory klein

$60 USD

Seneca Kern

$5 USD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

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Today’s balance

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Total raised

$8,354.01 USD

Total disbursed

$8,354.01 USD

Estimated annual budget

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Expenses

All time

Expenses paid

29

Amount disbursed

$4,816.20

Tags# of ExpensesAmount (USD)
no tag
6$1,523.29
organizing activity
7$1,287.67
soli permanent supplies
3$835.99
community events
3$531.70
legal consultation fees
3$275.00
organizer training
2$170.00
Others Combined
5$192.55

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Contributions

All time

Contributions received

4

Amount collected

$570.00

Tiers# of ContributionsAmount (USD)
recurring
2$505.00
one-time
2$65.00

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News from Solidaridad Inquilina - Tenant Solidarity

Updates on our activities and progress.

2023 OCF End of Year Update

Contribute to Solidaridad Inquilina - Tenant Solidarity to see this Update
Published on November 28, 2023 by Chris

2022 Open Collective Annual Report

Note: this report in its entirety was written by admin EF. -Var Here follows a short report that satisfies OCF’s request for our tenant organization, Solidaridad Inquilina, to answer the following questions: “What did you a...
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Published on December 22, 2022 by Chris

Anti-DV Work

This is currently being spearheaded by a fledgling anti-DV collective called Nebula. Nebula is lightly helping out survivors while building a foundation in meetings twice per month.
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Published on November 15, 2021 by Chris

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Mission Statement

We are southwest Chicago tenants who hold space to support fellow tenants and the homeless with community, resources, and grassroots mobilization to help us deal with the housing issues we are facing during the pandemic.  

About Us

We are southwest Chicago tenants who hold space to support fellow tenants and the homeless with community, resources, and grassroots mobilization to help us deal with the housing issues we are facing during the pandemic. 

We agree that housing is a human right and that nobody should be homeless.

Our place in the tenant support ecosystem is to ultimately build autonomous tenant-led unions in the form of tenant associations, locals, councils, or assemblies in our neighborhoods to address the problems we tenants face. 

Our chief method is relying on fellow tenants to help us find and carry out solutions in our conflicts with the system through the main practices of tenant solidarity, tenant direct action, tenant self-governance, and developing the relationships and outlooks among tenants that make these possible and sustainable. 

We are independent from landlord capital, nonprofits, attorneys, government, law firms, and political parties although at times we may strategically cooperate with one or more of these except landlord capital.

We are also concerned with other issues that impact tenants and attempt to treat those as well. 

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EF

Admin

Chris

Admin

Melissa

Admin
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