Why Public Housing is Falling Apart in NYC
New report chronicles a decade of defunding at every level of government
Feds Probe Los Angeles Sheriff Racial Profiling in White Suburbs
Antelope Valley deputies are accused of profiling and harassing public housing residents in an effort to chase away a growing black and Latino population.
A Closer Look at What Got Chopped in This Year's Budget
Among the worst examples of things that will do nothing to cut the deficit: a fund for the upkeep public housing.
Housing Crisis Lingers in Post-Katrina New Orleans
While New Orleans hobbles toward recovery after Hurricane Katrina’s punishing blows, a deep affordable housing crisis continues to hold back impoverished mothers:
GRITtv on Atlanta's Public Housing Crisis
Tens of thousands showed up for 62 openings on the housing waiting list.
It's Not Just Bullets Scarring Chicago Public Housing Residents
Urban Institute study shows years of trauma may leave families with wounds that don’t heal.
Pushed Out and Pushing Back in New Orleans
Housing crisis? Corporate giveaways? It’s already happened in the Big Easy. There, out of demolitions and displacement, has come a new demand: housing as human right.