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Housing news and analysis from The Nation
November 19, 2021
An LA Councilman Tried to Help the Homeless. Now He May Lose His Job.
Mike Bonin faces a recall vote after supporting Venice Beach’s unhoused residents with sustained outreach and new housing.
October 1, 2021
By a Huge Margin, Berlin Votes to Expropriate Corporate Landlords
Though the referendum may not be legally binding, it has now made the lack of affordable housing politically impossible to ignore.
September 17, 2021
We Are on the Precipice of a Housing Disaster
The average household debt burden has only grown during the pandemic—where is the legislative action?
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
September 13, 2021
I Lost My Home to the Climate Crisis. You Could Too.
Greenville offers a glimpse of our future under climate change.
Jane Braxton Little
September 9, 2021
Kathy Hochul’s Future Ambitions Create an Opening for the Left
To win reelection, New York’s governor will need to reinvent herself as a progressive Democrat. The state’s housing activists can show her how.
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August 27, 2021
Cori Bush Is Determined to Save the Eviction Moratorium
She lit a fire under the Biden administration to keep people in their homes, but the Supreme Court ruling has renewed the housing crisis.
August 9, 2021
Biden’s Eviction Moratorium Is a Rare Act of Presidential Civil Disobedience
The Supreme Court will almost certainly strike down the moratorium, but the president’s decision to heed the call of Cori Bush was the right and righteous thing to do.
June 25, 2021
The Fight Against Homelessness in California Is Just Beginning
New plans are promising, but they’re also just stopgap measures in confronting the West Coast’s burgeoning housing crisis.
May 28, 2021
Housing Alone Won’t Solve California’s Homelessness Problem
Without mental health services, drug treatment programs, and job training for ex-prisoners, California's most vulnerable population will remain at risk.
May 26, 2021
The New York Story Is Not the Real Estate Story
Massive overdevelopment and warehousing apartments for the wealthy were killing New York even before the pandemic. So why are none of the mayoral candidates talking about that?