the Working Poor By Peter Dreier
With strong Democratic contenders for the White House and the
party majority in Congress, housing advocates have an opening to
promote a progressive
Credit Where Credit
is Due By Barbara Sard
The Earned Income Tax Credit alone cant solve the nations
low-income housing problems.
The Supreme Denial
of Integration By Gregory D. Squires
Despite the high courts recent blow to achieving classroom
diversity, fair-housing strategies can still take center stage in
the 2008 presidential
in the Crescent City By Kalima Rose
By restoring affordable housing in New Orleans, grassroots groups
are challenging an unspoken credo: If you were poor before the storm,
you dont deserve recovery resources; if you had assets, you
a New Course in Portland By Howard
The Economic Opportunity Initiative in Portland, Ore., could
be a model for a new national anti-poverty strategy.
Keeping Kukui Gardens
By Kari Lydersen
Residents of one of Honolulus last
remaining affordable-housing complexes
defied Hawaiian cultural traditions to save their homes in one of
most expensive cities.
Getting it Done
By Theresa Grimason
A program that brings talented, young AmeriCorps members and community
development groups together is making a difference in Indianapolis.
The Case for Plan B
By Tim McKenzie
Its time for housing professionals to choose an alternate
path to affordable homeownership.