We seek to create space to bring tenant associations, homeowners, and the broader community together for trainings, leadership development, and to launch campaigns around housing issues in the community. Join us at our monthly mass meetings to get involved!


We empower renters and homeowners to self-organize and defend their right to remain.

We fight to preserve affordable housing, prevent gentrification, and build neighborhood power for an Atlanta-wide housing justice movement.

Become a Member

Membership Benefits: Ability to vote at meetings; Access to Legal Resources; Initiate HJL Campaign; Access to trainings; Community service letters

Membership Requirements: Sign this pledge agreement to our principles and mission; Show up to at least one event per year; Pay dues

Housing Justice League Membership Pledge: I herby agree to uphold Housing Justice League’s mission, I agree to abide by the code of conduct, and I agree to become a member of Housing Justice League.

Membership Dues: Each month we ask our members to pay dues to support the work that Housing Justice League does and to ensure we can keep going financially. You have the option to pay on a monthly basis or to pay once for the year. Dues are on a sliding scale based on your income and what you are able to afford.

Tenant Association Membership: Become a Member$25 per year

Sponsoring Organization: sliding scale $25 to $250 per year

Individual Membership:

$1, $5, $10, $15, or $20 a month


$12, $60, $120, $180, $240 for the year


We Will:

  1. Not tolerate racism, homophobia, ableism, and sexism.

  2. Respect one another.

  3. Listen to each other.

  4. Act organizationally, not as individuals.

  5. Speak our minds, and see each other in the best, most holistic light possible.

  6. Avoid utilizing systems we wish to break down (e.g.: patriarchy, white supremacy, heteronormativity).

  7. Build each other up through constructive criticism, and not tear each other down.

  8. Bring concerns & issues to the organization to work out.

  9. Trust that members of Housing Justice League are here to build the housing justice movement and make the Housing Justice League a long lasting organization.

  10. If a member breaks a Code of Conduct (confidentiality), we will talk with them about the incident(s), and ask them to return to the code of conduct. If the problem continues, the member will be asked to leave.