IMPACT OF ONE STRIKE POLICY ON PUBLIC HOUSING RESIDENTS04/02/02
For the past three years public housing residents have faced eviction if they or a family member are accused of a crime involving drugs or alchohol. Two of our guests today, Connie Burton and Jennifer Russell, are public housing residents whose relatives are accused of crimes. Both Burton and Russell now face eviction. Also appearing on the program - Doug McVay, editor of DRUG WAR FACTS; Chaka Zulu, a community activist in Tampa; and a taped interview with Jerome Ryans, executive director of the Tampa Housing Authority.