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Over the past 30 years, you’ve come to expect vital information and in-depth analysis of important issues affecting the affordable housing and community revitalization movements. We are committed to providing […]

Over the past 30 years, you’ve come to expect vital information and in-depth analysis of important issues affecting the affordable housing and community revitalization movements. We are committed to providing you with articles that reflect your needs and concerns as on-the-ground practitioners and advocates.

But as times have changed, so have we. Beginning with this issue, we’ve changed Shelterforce from a bimonthly to a quarterly. As you will see if you look at the print version of our Spring 2006 issue, Shelterforce now has more pages, longer articles and more of them. Over the next six months, you’ll also see changes to our website, which will be an even stronger, more vibrant source of news and information and provide you with a platform to exchange ideas on the future of our movement and our communities.

We look forward to your comments and suggestions as we start our fourth decade of service.

Current subscribers will receive the total number of issues remaining in their subscription term.

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