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Four days after the birth of her son, Catrell Elijah, Ashanti was forced out of her apartment. Since August, she has been sleeping on her mother’s couch.Read her story
Sandra Kessel spent two decades in welfare programs. Now she has a full-time job and receives no government assistance, but the burden of making rent on low wages is a constant struggle. Read More
The Clyde Fitch Report | Successful actor on Broadway and beyond. Victim of America's high-rent blight. Read More
By: John Griffith | Twelve points that make the case for change Read More
The Wall Street Journal |Smaller cities are designating rundown areas as cultural districts and inviting artists and developers to help lead the way in revitalizing them Read More
CityLab | Which cities have the most severe income inequality, class segregation, and unaffordable housing? Read More
The New York Times | It took nearly two years, but Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday reached an agreement with the New York State Legislature to put back together a long-running affordable housing program, known as 421-a, that gives developers a city tax break in return for building lower-price rental units. Read More