After Massachusetts extended its moratorium on evictions into October, Sue O’Connell sat down with Lisa Owens, executive director of City Life, to break down why housing instability is more prevalent within communities of color and to talk about possible solutions to ensure no one is evicted during the pandemic.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday extended the state’s moratorium on evictions and foreclosures for 60 days to help people remain in their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic, the administration announced. The extension, set to last through Oct. 17, allows those financially impacted by the crisis to remain in their homes during the state of emergency. The moratorium was set…