Millions of Americans Were Struggling to Find Affordable Housing. Then the Pandemic Hit.
ABC News, Aug. 5, 2021–Deena Zaru
According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, rent is “out of reach” for most low-wage workers in every U.S. state–a crisis that disproportionately harms people of color. A full-time worker has to earn at least $20.40 per hour to afford renting a modest one-bedroom home or $24.90 per hour for a modest two-bedroom home, according to the report.