Tag: Election 2016

America’s Vote

“The greatest problem is not with flat-out white racists, but...

Building Community Power in the Age of Trump

On Nov. 8, Donald Trump was elected to be our nation’s 45th President. In an attempt to understand his...

Top Racial Justice Leaders Give Post-Election Thoughts

Nearly to a person, the 2,300 attendees at last week’s Facing Race conference—and most of the speakers—said, at some...

Where Is Housing on the Ballot in California?

This November’s election will see over 40 local ballot measures that are related to housing in cities and counties...

A Presidential Agenda Requires a Racial Equity Lens

This post is part of a Shelterforce series called Letters to the Next President. ...

Television’s Antidote to Trump

David Simon’s underappreciated Show Me a Hero offers hope that racial divides can be mended, and past injustices overcome....

Putting the “Public” Back into Public Housing: A Justice-oriented Agenda

This post is part of a Shelterforce series called Letters to the Next President. ...

4 Ways a President Clinton Could Help Cities Thrive in Her...

This post is part of a Shelterforce series called Letters to the Next President. ...

How the Major Party Platforms Approach Housing

The major political party platforms take different approaches to federal housing assistance and related topics. The Republican and Democratic platforms...

Does Place Matter Anymore? Cities and the 2016 Election

I’m not the only one, I suspect, who’s been struck by how little, if at all, cities have figured into the 2016 presidential election up to now.

Does the Disability Rights Movement Offer A Model for Housing Activists?

The Republican and Democratic National Conventions are over, and the nation’s affordable housing crisis has struck out. Not a...

Two Presidential Affordable Housing Platforms!

“There’s still time to get the nation’s housing and urban crisis on the presidential campaign radar,” wrote Randy Shaw...

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