We must continue studying and fighting gentrification, rather than abandon the concept altogether.
At one time, the Democratic Party stood for policies that successfully addressed the country’s chronic housing crisis. What changed, and why?
Beyond the immediate need to stop mass evictions, there is much more that state and local officials can do to facilitate housing stability in a longer-term transition out of the pandemic emergency. The time for those critical measures is now.
Community development has long made attempts at wealth building, with a focus on trying to find successful or innovative models that can be replicated....
Congress has an opportunity it must not squander to acknowledge the racial inequity built into our failing infrastructure and put into operation the promise of equity in Biden’s infrastructure plans.
As coordinated entry systems try to match growing numbers of unhoused people with limited amounts of housing, it's more like The Hunger Games than Match.com.
The conversation about gentrification continually repackages a set of debunked theories as reality and it obscures a set of real crises that need fixing.
Why is it always assumed that a city’s rate of growth is natural, or unavoidable, or simply that more growth is always better?
What should we be doing now to address the increasing number of children who are expected to suffer pandemic-related homelessness?
Three big, but basic, things that we could do right now to get us much closer to equity in housing.
A counterintuitive argument contends that from a housing justice perspective, the Biden administration's attack on exclusionary zoning is imprudent.
If those in health care seek to develop new ways to help patients stay in their homes, they must also find ways to temper how they affect communities in which they reside.
As cities across the country consider giving tenants the right of first refusal, municipalities must be meticulous in crafting policies that preserve and expand tenants' ability to form housing cooperatives.
Why the federal government must allocate funds toward mental health counseling for youth and increase access to resources for immigrant families.
Racial disparities in police killings increase with segregation. Does this mean segregation causes racialized police violence?
Trump attempted to win over the suburbs by using racist buzzwords, demonstrating his ignorance of what modern suburbia looks like.
Diane Yentel slams President Trump's latest executive order as "reckless and harmful."
As the United States wrestles with its long history of racial injustice, shared-equity programs stand as one solution to address inequality and exclusion in the realms of housing.
It’s easy to quickly refocus the conversation around police violence on the problems our organizations are already set up to fix—here’s why we shouldn’t.
All banking activities, regardless of whether they benefit middle- and upper-income or low- and moderate-income people and communities, could count in the next round of CRA exams. This would further disadvantage communities that are already disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.