A recent rise in intolerance toward South Asians may make the immigrant experience in rural America even more isolating.
Gaps in housing services, funding, and data challenge American Indians and Alaska Natives in metropolitan areas
On tribal lands, people are more aware of the housing-related services available to them.
In a recent decision, the Supreme Court held that cities can sue lenders for predatory lending practices.
The legal status of land in Indian Country is complicated and makes obtaining mortgages difficult.
Proposed for elimination, the Community Development Block Grant has been a major source of flexible funds aimed at helping low-income people.
Homelessness in Indian Country primarily takes the form of doubling up rather than sleeping on the street, making it less conspicuous.
The Trump Administration's proposed cuts and tax reforms could reduce housing availability and affordability in rural communities.
While affordability is often viewed as the biggest barrier to stable housing, physical housing problems are more severe in tribal areas.
What exactly are the costs of segregation on metropolitan regions, and how does it limit economic vibrancy and earnings potential of residents?
Political rhetoric on the Great Lakes has portrayed the region as a victim of global forces, but the region’s recovery depends on investments in its strengths.