ONE DC Survey: How is our community affected by Coronavirus/COVID-19?
ONE DC knows our base of long-time DC residents, primarily low-income and working class, Black people, people of color, and immigrant communities are being hit hard by the current pandemic. Not only are people falling sick, but we are losing work, access to childcare, and may not be able to pay rent come April or May 1.
We know we cannot fight alone and are organizing around demands for our human rights to housing, income, and wellness. The city has the resources to not just meet our needs during this crisis, but to ensure a more equitable city in the long-term.
We need more information about how ONE DC members and D.C. residents have been affected.
We will also be doing survey outreach via phone calls. We will follow up with more information about how to join our organizing efforts, so we encourage you to provide contact info below.
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How are you being impacted by coronavirus/COVID-19? Please check all that apply.
Will not be able to pay rent on April 1 or May 1
Will not be able to pay mortgage on April 1 or May 1
Cannot pay other bils due to lost job, hours, or income
Place of employment has closed temporarily or permanently
Loss of income/ tips/ wages/ shifts/ contracts
Missing work in order to care for others
Lack of access to childcare
Cannot get access to food, medicine, or other necessities
Loss of access to public transit
Do not have reliable access to a laptop and/or internet
Are you interested in supporting and organizing for any of these demands? Note: demands are from the Right to the City Homes for All campaign, of which ONE DC is a member, and are not meant as a finalized platform
Immediate Cancellation/Suspension of Rent, Mortgage and Utility Payments, No New Debt
End to Evictions, Foreclosures, Raids, Sweeps, and Anti-Homeless Ordinances
Guaranteed Unemployment, Sick Time, Worker Protections and Basic Income for All
No Utility Shut Offs, Rate Increases and Restore Service to all Households
Turn Vacant Units into Safe Homes
Decrease the Spread of COVID-19 by Releasing People from Cages
The DC Mutual Aid Network is a grassroots, community-led effort looking to take care of each other and keep our city as safe as possible. Are you interested in more information about how to give or receive support through mutual aid in your ward? Examples: grocery store runs, daily check-ins, pharmacy pick-ups.
Is there any additional information you would like to share?
First & Last Name: Your name is optional. We will use this information to stay in touch with you about this survey and ONE DC organizing.
Phone Number: Your contact info is optional. We will use this information to stay in touch with you about this survey and ONE DC organizing.
Email: Your contact info is optional. We will use this information to stay in touch with you about this survey and ONE DC organizing.
What ward of D.C. do you live in?
I live outside of Washington, D.C.
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