Forum Explores Widespread Discrimination Experienced by People of Color
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation forum focused on community-driven solutions to discrimination in health, housing and policing.
New Book 'Cycle of Segregation' Examines How Invisible Forces Reinforce Housing Inequity
Colorlines talks to authors Maria Krysan and Kyle Crowder about how invisible forces, such as social networks and personal experiences, contribute to residential segregation.
Houston Renters Now Face Task of Paying For Damaged Homes
Many landlords in the flood-damaged city are tacking on late fees and demanding payment in the days following Hurricane Harvey’s landfall.
#RentersDayOfAction Kicks Off Today in 48 U.S. Cities
Demonstrations have started in New York City and San Francisco, with others scheduled for Boston and Chicago.
HUD to Landlords: Stop Using Criminal Records to Deny POC Housing
The agency just issued guidelines that link systemic racism in the justice system to housing discrimination.
READ: The Housing Discrimination That Destroyed Memphis
A new article from Places Journal is the first in a series on urban inequality in America.
Could These Four Policy Changes Close the Racial Wealth Gap?
A new report recommends federal policies that could change the way low-income families of color save for the future.
Obama Announces Federal 'Ban the Box' Measure, Other Criminal Justice Reforms
President Obama: “We’ve gotta make sure Americans who’ve paid their debt to society can earn their second chance.”
Residents Say California Police Illegally Searched Homes of Poor People of Color
Residents in an apartment complex in Stockton, California say housing inspections are being used to trample on their rights.
REPORT: Latinos Denied Home Loans at Twice the Rate of Whites
Latinos seeking to purchase homes are being turned down for mortgages.
Here’s the Housing Discrimination Suit the City of McKinney Settled
The city essentially segregated poor people of color from living near whites until at least 2009
NYC Public Housing Evicting Residents for Family Members' Drug Arrests
‘How much money are you spending to look for a 14-year-old son who, by the way, you’ve now made homeless?’
More People Moved in the Foreclosure Crisis Than During the Great Migration
What if we thought about the foreclosure crisis as a migration issue, and not just as a housing one?
Gentrification Report: Black and Latino Displacement Is Remaking the Bay Area
Black and Latino populations in San Francisco and Oakland’s gentrifying neighborhoods have fallen amidst an influx of white residents.
The Housing Crisis Continues, and Many Are Tired of Waiting
The new ‘I Can’t Wait’ nationwide campaign collects and shares stories from those most affected by the ongoing U.S. housing crisis.
Report Details Squalid Conditions of Richmond, Calif. Public Housing
The city is home to one of the worst apartment buildings in one of the worst public housing agencies in the country.
Is it Getting Tougher for Latinos to Own Homes?
Stricter home ownership regulations are hitting the Latino community particularly hard.
Black and Latino Families are Hardest Hit by Housing 'Income Segregation'
A recent study from Stanford and Cornell researchers says people are increasingly living in either extremely rich or extremely poor neighborhoods.
How Foreclosure Undermined Black and Brown Wealth
This foreclosure tidal wave is why wealth for blacks and Latinos is at the lowest level ever recorded. Housing is the leading wealth asset for these two communities.
Report: Government Abandoned Integration of Housing For Decades
The Fair Housing Act has been largely ignored for 40 years, according to a new investigation.