As disasters become more frequent, how can we help the most vulnerable households?
Birmingham Has Begun to Address Long-Standing Inequities. What Can Other Cities Learn from Its Example?
Birmingham’s journey from segregated Southern city to the top quartile for racial inclusion offers an example of how other cities can track and measure inclusion.
Suburbs are more racially and economically diverse than they have ever been in our country’s history.
The CDC Took an Important Step to Halt Evictions Because of COVID-19. But That’s Only Half the Battle.
The eviction moratorium offers a temporary reprieve, but rent payments will still pile up and be due down the line. That’s why large-scale federal rental assistance is critical.
There’s no foolproof roadmap, but these three principles can help local leaders determine how to prioritize their scarce rental assistance resources.
Small businesses are a key path for building wealth and closing the racial wealth gap, but the pandemic is threatening Latino entrepreneurs.
Temporary Hotel Placements Kept People Safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic but Will Not Curb the Growing Homelessness Crisis
Communities are fighting a two-front battle against the worsening homelessness crisis: local governments need more funding to continue stopgap measures like hotel placements and more funding to establish permanent housing solutions.
A supportive housing organization in Columbus has figured out how to involve its local elementary school in meaningful 2Gen interventions, and offers lessons for other communities looking to do the same.
Five lessons from a tiny home village in Bozeman, Montana, can inform other communities seeking to end chronic homelessness.