L.A. Tenants Union | Sindicato de Inquilinos de L.A.
We fight for the human right to housing. Luchamos por el derecho humano a la vivienda.
Why do we collect dues?
As a movement L.A. Tenants Union has basic costs related to printing, banner making, internet fees, meeting space rentals and, in the future, union member support in rent strikes and non-violent direct action. To pay for all of this, members contribute monthly dues. For unemployed members, that amount is just $1 per month ($12 per year). Employed members pay monthly dues of $5 per month ($60 per year). Members are encouraged to pay as much as they can.
Who can become a member?
L.A. Tenants Union defines a tenant as anyone who does not own or control their housing situation. A tenant includes rent-paying individuals, individuals who depend upon family members for housing, Section 8 tenants, public housing tenants, tenants of senior housing, students in dormitory housing, incarcerated individuals, and individuals without indoor housing. L.A. Tenants Union welcomes homeowners as non-voting members.
Want to make a one-time donation?
Members can also pay annually or make one-time donations! Click here to donate.