As their city rapidly gentrifies, a group of residents say the Minneapolis housing authority could address its capital needs backlog with a property tax levy instead of opting for RAD and Section 18 conversions.
An Alaskan collective's perspective on taking care of oneself can apply to organizations that work with communities that have experienced trauma. After all, organizations should make the mental and physical health of their staff a top priority, too.
In Washington state, the dilemma for advocates is how to ask city and county elected officials to significantly increase public resources for housing when their only current choices are regressive tax tools.
Over the past three years, Seattle has led the country in piloting tiny house villages as a response to the homelessness crisis. Here's how they're doing it, and the lessons they're learning.
The complicated relationship between the Davis-Bacon Act, Black construction workers, and Black-owned construction businesses in Boston.
New partnerships between health funders and small-business lenders highlight another possible way to influence health.
HUD secretary Ben Carson told the right-leaning outlet Newsmax on Monday night that he intends to leave his cabinet post at the end of...
When it comes to whether voters support building more housing as one key strategy for expanding affordability, election outcomes show the case is closed.
Estate planning should be employed as part of a broader plan of preservation of wealth and assets in communities of color.
With the intensification of weather patterns resulting from climate change, community land trusts perform vital functions that help people recover.
Several key organizations are working to take health care institutions’ funding for social determinants of health to a new level.
News from—and affecting—the community development world. This week: An aging homeless population, SB50 protections, Livable city ranking ranks affordability (!), Chronic homelessness, Holding two truths, more.