Tag Archives: fair housing
Cleveland is the latest city to allege that Bank of America is neglecting foreclosed properties in mostly Latino and African American neighborhoods, while maintaining properties in white neighborhoods. What is the effect on communities of this inequity?
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African American home ownership is good for America. They key, however, is fair lending and high-quality housing
A new study lays bare a disturbing effect of housing opportunity inequity: the wealth gap between black and white households in America is widening. The study, out of Brandeis University’s Institute on Assets and Social Policy (IASP), tracked Americans from … Continue reading
Thanks to the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, you can access research and presentations from the 2012 Housing Opportunity Convening. So, if you weren’t one of the lucky few invited to attend the event– hosted by the Ford Foundation, Open … Continue reading
In late November, the Ford Foundation convened experts from three fields— civil rights, affordable housing, and community development— to share research and thoughts about securing housing opportunities for all Americans. Joe Recchie, of Praxia Partners, attended. “As we met on the … Continue reading
Progress through collaboration Today, dozens of experts and leaders will convene in San Francisco to address this challenge: How do we secure housing opportunities for all Americans?