Three Tips for Planning Community Events to Prepare for the 2020 Census

The census has wide-reaching implications for the allocation of resources and our knowledge of America’s communities.

Confidence and Empowerment Are Key to Safe Sex

An innovative sex education program may be changing teens’ beliefs about healthy relationships.

Four Lessons from Minnesota Can Inform the Eviction Crisis Debate

Introduced last week, the Eviction Crisis Act proposes creating or testing interventions to help keep families in their homes.

Tackling Systemic Barriers in Northeast Buffalo to Help Break Cycles of Poverty

A partnership in Northeast Buffalo combines services for kids and their parents.

Live Blog: Urban’s First “Research-A-Thon” Explores Public Housing and Proximity to Jobs

What could we learn from dramatically accelerating the research publishing process?

Who Zones? Mapping Land-Use Authority across the US

Investigation is lacking around what level of government holds the authority to zone what land.

Many New Bills Bring National Attention to Urgent Public Housing Needs

Even as they seek to be visionary, new proposals should focus on addressing the steady decline in public housing.

Projects in Chicago and St. Louis Show How Technology Can Support Inclusion

Chicago’s Array of Things helps residents and local leaders access environmental information about their neighborhoods.

Health Care Companies Join the Effort to End Homelessness. How Can They Maximize Investments?

UnitedHealth is betting that investments to support housing stability will lead to a reduction in high-cost medical services.