New York City’s fall from public housing success represents a broader crisis

What has led to major problems with public housing in New York City and other cities?

Why Opportunity Zones are important for Indian Country

Thirty percent of eligible census tracts in tribal areas were designated as Opportunity Zones.

How local workforce systems can support lifelong learning

The demand for skilled workers is surging in industries like health care and advanced manufacturing.

Acknowledging trauma, improving communities

Researchers seeking to improve communities should engage with local residents in trauma-informed ways.

How better data can inform decisions and improve disaster recovery

The moments after a disaster are critical for determining who recovers and how.

How Tulsa, Oklahoma, is making mental health a priority

Leaders are seeking to change the picture of mental health in Tulsa, which ranks 15th in the nation in suicides.

Assessing Governor Brown's selections for Opportunity Zones in the Bay Area

Nearly 40 percent of the Bay Area's new Opportunity Zones already receive high levels of investment.

Racial inclusion and racial diversity: How they compare and diverge across cities

The Inclusive Recovery project ranked 274 of the most-populous US cities by overall, economic, and racial inclusion.

ICE worksite raids are back. Here’s what we know about them

Last month, Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 97 immigrants at a meat processing plant in Bean Station, TN.

How the Fair Housing Act’s role in combating discrimination will continue to evolve

A lawsuit filed against Facebook by fair housing organizations provides one example of how discrimination can take new forms.