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Housing and Homelessness
August 28, 2015
Former Residents of New Orleans’s Demolished Housing Projects Tell Their Stories
When public housing was demolished post-Katrina, black women were especially hard hit. A new report examines what their lives look like now.
August 27, 2015
Missing Home: The Demolition of New Orleans After Katrina
The city has granted more than 24,000 demolition permits since Katrina.
, a nonprofit newsroom in New Orleans, to explore the fate of those properties.
August 19, 2015
There’s a Solution to Homelessness. Why Aren’t We Funding It?
A story of why we need Housing First.
July 15, 2015
How Obama’s New Housing Rules Help Fight Modern-Day Segregation
Armed with a better understanding of not only which neighborhoods are struggling, but why they are struggling, local officials can develop solutions for the unique problems in their areas.
Angela Glover Blackwell
June 25, 2015
How Andrew Cuomo Sold Out New York City Renters to a Pack of Wealthy Landlords
As protesters camp out in Albany to demand better protections for renters, lawmakers cop out on their consituents with a lukewarm rent regulation agreement.
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June 22, 2015
As the Semester Ends, Students Hold Sit-Ins, Win Higher Pay, and Unionize
Major wins for economic and racial justice, from campus to the workplace.
June 17, 2015
Can Kshama Sawant Build an Actual Socialist City in America?
First, she'll have to win
June 17, 2015
A cruel economics of forced mobility is the new planning mantra of New York City.
June 11, 2015
How to Dump Tenants and Make a Fortune
The chaotic, abusive process through which New York City landlords turn affordable housing into luxury apartments.
June 2, 2015
Who Killed Public Housing in New Orleans?
After Hurricane Katrina, big developers, government bureaucrats and anti-housing ideologues pushed to destroy “Bricks.”
Roberta Brandes Gratz