Community preference, while politically expedient, reinforces residential segregation and doesn’t benefit the most sidelined residents in NYC.
What makes America unique isn’t ‘Murica. It’s the outrageous commitment to diversity in our cities that sets us apart.
When municipalities in the same region compete with each other, public good suffers.
Market rate development is an important tool for fighting for affordability. But have we focused on it at the expense of developing the other necessary tools?
Fighting structural inequality requires understanding the structures of oppression themselves. Here I explore the contemporary legacy of racist housing policy – and how we can fight it.
Fighting structural inequality requires understanding the structures of oppression themselves. Here I take a brief look at the history of redlining and restrictive covenants in federal housing policy.
When we focus on demand-side approaches to housing affordability, we inevitably tell low income residents that a lack of public services is in their best interest. That’s unacceptable.