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How can changes in local and federal policy improve housing stability, housing affordability, and wealth building opportunities for Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities?
Expanding state and local protections and accelerating emergency rental assistance is critical to keeping renters in their homes.
Trauma-informed research should strive to create a human connection within the researcher-interviewee power dynamic.
To identify, and subsequently address, racial disparities, changemakers need access to high-quality data disaggregated by race and ethnicity.
For philanthropy to make a difference in the lives of southern Black children, equitable grantmaking must be the bedrock of their efforts.
If policymakers want to achieve greater racial equity, they can promote and fund placemaking activities in three key ways that align equitable placemaking with infrastructure investments. 
With an equitably minded transit funding program, the US could improve access to mobility, improve quality of life, and help more families travel to essential needs.
Evidence suggests the FHA’s low-documentation modification will greatly improve the take-up rate and increase the number of successful modifications.
Food assistance programs should implement multiple avenues to overcome technological barriers when engaging with participants.
Policies that reduce living expenses for college students could be the most effective at addressing college affordability for low-income students.

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