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An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Leadership

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Is a widening "haves-vs.-have nots" gap defensible, or even good common business sense? If not, then, we're all in the affordable housing business.

Frank Anton: By-The-Numbers, The Measures Of Racial Equity

Policy

Frank Anton: By-The-Numbers, The Measures Of Racial Equity

We introduce Dream Team member Frank Anton, an iconic voice in housing, with an analysis series, each of whose topics spring from a single, meaningful statistical measure.

How To Reinvent Zoning To Rid Housing Of Racial Inequity

Policy

How To Reinvent Zoning To Rid Housing Of Racial Inequity

Brookings fellow Lance Freeman proposes a model for public-and-private sector retooling of land-use practices to make them racially-equitable.

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

Leadership

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.

Policy

Housing Solutions-Seekers Put Racial Inequity In The Crosshairs

Housing's tale of two realities, White and Black, collided full-force a year ago with health, economic, and social-justice upheavals. Leaders must address this triplex of crises wholly.

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An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Leadership

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Is a widening "haves-vs.-have nots" gap defensible, or even good common business sense? If not, then, we're all in the affordable housing business.

Frank Anton: By-The-Numbers, The Measures Of Racial Equity

Policy

Frank Anton: By-The-Numbers, The Measures Of Racial Equity

We introduce Dream Team member Frank Anton, an iconic voice in housing, with an analysis series, each of whose topics spring from a single, meaningful statistical measure.

How To Reinvent Zoning To Rid Housing Of Racial Inequity

Policy

How To Reinvent Zoning To Rid Housing Of Racial Inequity

Brookings fellow Lance Freeman proposes a model for public-and-private sector retooling of land-use practices to make them racially-equitable.

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

Leadership

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.

Policy

Housing Solutions-Seekers Put Racial Inequity In The Crosshairs

Housing's tale of two realities, White and Black, collided full-force a year ago with health, economic, and social-justice upheavals. Leaders must address this triplex of crises wholly.

Housing and race

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Leadership 07.15.22

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Is a widening "haves-vs.-have nots" gap defensible, or even good common business sense? If not, then, we're all in the affordable housing business.

Frank Anton: By-The-Numbers, The Measures Of Racial Equity

Policy 08.03.21

Frank Anton: By-The-Numbers, The Measures Of Racial Equity

We introduce Dream Team member Frank Anton, an iconic voice in housing, with an analysis series, each of whose topics spring from a single, meaningful statistical measure.

How To Reinvent Zoning To Rid Housing Of Racial Inequity

Policy 07.14.21

How To Reinvent Zoning To Rid Housing Of Racial Inequity

Brookings fellow Lance Freeman proposes a model for public-and-private sector retooling of land-use practices to make them racially-equitable.

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

Leadership 05.21.21

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.

Policy 03.25.21

Housing Solutions-Seekers Put Racial Inequity In The Crosshairs

Housing's tale of two realities, White and Black, collided full-force a year ago with health, economic, and social-justice upheavals. Leaders must address this triplex of crises wholly.