TENAC is a non-profit, public service organization dedicated exclusively to tenant interests, tenant rights, and support for rent control in the District of Columbia. We are the only city-wide tenants organization, and we represent all tenants in the District of Columbia.

As a legal successor to the Tenants' Organizations Political Action Committee (TOPAC), we have been serving tenants for almost 15 years. TENAC's mission is to assist tenants through education, legal information, and lobbying for tenant legislation- especially affordable housing and tenants' rights. TENAC prepares legislative proposals on behalf of tenants, and testifies frequently before the City Council on matters of vital interest to tenants. Of critical importance is TENAC's HOTLINE (202) 288-1921, which answers landlord/tenant questions, and TENAC's role in helping tenants to form tenant associations throughout the city.

TENAC believes that tenants in unorganized rental buildings are open for abuse by landlords, rental agents, and owners. We will not rest until we see a tenants' association in every rental building in the city.

TENAC Candidates Forum

Dear Fellow Tenants and Friends of Tenants:
              You are cordially invited to the TENAC Candidates Forum, May 17, 6:30 to 9 PM, Great Hall, Charles Sumner Museum School, 1201 17th Street (17th & M, N.W.--Farragut North Metro)   I urge you to attend, invite your neighbor, and ask the candidates questions.  Since tenants comprise two-thirds of the District's population, this is the most important forum this year.  If you attend no other, you should come to this one.  Please forgive any duplicative e-mail invitations.  We are correcting that overlap.

TENAC Launches New Site

TENAC Launched its new site today April 20 2006. The new site is
based on the very flexible and extendible Drupal system.

Those who miss the old site can still see its history on the archive page:

TENAC Calls For Major Demonstration May 2nd

LANDLORDS DECLARE OPEN WAR

ON TENANTS RIGHTS AND RENT CONTROL

Candidates Forum!

The roof over your head may be at stake!

Care about......

DC Renters Alert

DC RENTERS ARE NOW FACING THE PROSPECT OF THEIR RENT DOUBLING IN SEVEN OR EIGHT YEARS!

April 4, 2006, Open Board Meeting!

AGENDA

  • Introduction of Board and Greetings to Guests.
  • Special Guest Speakers:  Councilmember Jim Graham, Chairman Council’s

     

WPFW (Pacifica Radio) To Feature Jim McGrath

WPFW (Pacifica Radio)

 

(http://www.wpfw.org)

 

to feature

 

December 6, 2005, Open Board Meeting!

AGENDA

 

 

 
  • Introduction of Board and Greetings to Guests

     

WHUR To Feature Jim McGrath

WHUR

 

 

http://www.whur.com

 

TENAC Mobalization To Save Affordable Housing

REFORM RENT CONTROL AND PROTECT TENANT RIGHTS -- 2005

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