Date(s) - Thursday, Sep 03
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Philadelphia City Hall
After several months closure, Landlord Tenant Court is reopening. The upcoming eviction wave is going to be devastating — over 30% of Americans cannot afford their rent and have missed payments. Physical attendance at court is a health and safety risk, and virtual court dates block unrepresented tenants from resources.
City council has refused to cancel rent, refused to extend the eviction moratorium, and offered only payment plans that Philadelphians cannot afford. Judge Moss made illegal attempts to reopen courts just to allow landlords to evict their tenants during a global pandemic. We must defend each other.
Meet up at city hall before courts re-open, be ready to make noise and demand no evictions now, or ever.