Homelessness and the Supreme Court: Using Narrative to Expand Support for Compassionate Solutions

From small towns to big cities, every person needs a safe place to sleep at night but the upcoming Supreme Court hearing of Grants Pass, Oregon vs. Johnson could allow towns to ticket and fine people for sleeping outside, even when they have nowhere to go. This case will have huge implications for how the country addresses homelessness. With more people paying attention to the issue, it’s an opportunity to elevate solutions that respect the rights and dignity of people who are unhoused, and address community concerns. How can housing and advocacy organizations communicate about this case to expand broad public support for compassionate, proven solutions to homelessness? Join three leaders in a conversation about how research, experience, and strategy inform their communications about this case.