Pursuing Equitable Climate Adaptation in Legacy Cities
Cities across the United States must adapt to a changing climate.
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Reforming the Eviction System During and After the Pandemic
The severe economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic meant that many people suddenly found themselves with reduced or no income because of job loss or sickness.
Secure, Supportive Housing for Survivors of Domestic Violence in Wichita, Kansas
Opened in September 2016, the 28-unit affordable apartment development Bluffview Place represents the evolution of local service organization StepStone, Inc’s housing strategy for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Learning from Efforts to Address Youth and Family Homelessness
I had the good fortune to attend the 2018 National Conference on Ending Youth and Family Homelessness in Los Angeles in March, an event hosted by the National Alliance to End Homelessness that focused on families and youth experiencing homelessness.
The Future of American Cities
Rapid demographic and technological shifts in urban areas require city officials to pursue initiatives that promote inclusion and economic opportunity for residents.