Evictions Greensboro Evictions Raise New Questions About Mental Health Provider By Will Michaels • Jul 30, 2020 South Pointe Apartments Facebook Residents in a mental health and substance abuse treatment program that has a troubled past say they were recently locked out of the agency's apartments in Greensboro. Housing Is A Commodity. Yet Jesse Hamilton McCoy II Fights For It As A Human Right By Grant Holub-Moorman & Anita Rao • Jul 21, 2020 Courtesy of Jesse Hamilton McCoy II There were not many other poor students in his class at law school. Jesse Hamilton McCoy II knew that most of the laws he learned about were not written or enforced by working class Black people. New Eviction Defense Hotline For Spanish Speakers, Plus This Advice For Tenants By Liz Schlemmer • Jun 23, 2020 Andrew Harnik, File / AP Photo Landlords in North Carolina can begin filing evictions this week, after a statewide moratorium on eviction proceedings lifted Monday. That means a wave of North Carolina tenants could soon face eviction hearings in court. NC Moratorium On Evictions Expires Soon, Putting Strain On Some Tenants By Jason deBruyn • Jun 19, 2020 Steve Rhodes / Creative Commons/http://bit.ly/2HmJ9nV A statewide moratorium on evictions in North Carolina expires this Sunday, unless Governor Roy Cooper extends it. Landlords Can Begin Evicting On June 21: These Are Your Rights By Grant Holub-Moorman & Frank Stasio • Jun 12, 2020 70023venus2009 via Flickr Updated June 19, 3:30 p.m. Chief Justice Cheri Beasley’s moratorium against evictions ends on June 21. Those living in federally-subsidized housing — also called Section 8 — have until July 25.