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Housing news and analysis from The Nation
April 23, 2021
Walter Mondale’s Decades-Long Crusade for Fair Housing and the Full Promise of Civil Rights
To the end of his life, Mondale waged the battle against segregation he had joined as the sponsor of the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
March 16, 2021
My Family Has Covid, and We’re Days Away From an Eviction
The US government has shrugged off millions of people like me.
January 13, 2021
How the United States Chose to Become a Country of Homelessness
For months, our leaders have known that the Covid-19 crisis could force millions of people from their homes. They decided to let it happen.
January 12, 2021
Housing Is a Right. During a Pandemic, It’s Also a Fight.
In California’s agricultural heartland, farmworkers are fighting back against expensive rents, substandard housing, and economic disenfranchisement.
December 2, 2020
9 Months Into Touch-Free Living, What Shall We Birth?
“Thanks Forgiving,” a poem.
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November 10, 2020
Behind the Doors of New York’s Public Housing
Portraits of the activists, organizers, artists, and more who call the Lower East Side’s public housing home.
October 21, 2020
Labor, Land, and Legacy: What New Might We Grow in the Shell of the Old?
An immigrant family went from running a small restaurant to becoming small landlords. Amid pandemic uncertainty, their daughter wonders, What’s my place?
Nadia Maria Mohamed
October 9, 2020
Will Deeper Segregation Be Bill de Blasio’s Legacy?
New York’s “progressive” mayor is backing wealthy Manhattanites who want to show the homeless the door.
September 16, 2020
A Movement for Housing Justice Is Camped Out on Philly Streets
Activists gather to protect encampments and demand that the city transfer buildings to a community land trust.
September 14, 2020
Why Are We Still Ignoring Former Foster Children’s Votes?
One out of every 20 children will spend some time in foster care. Yet their needs have largely been ignored during the presidential election.