(Pictured, Texas Housers Southeast Texas co-director Zoe Middleton and Texas Housers community planner Libby Bland pose with author and scholar Richard Rothstein) Last week, Richard Rothstein, the author of The Color of Law: A Forgotten […]
In episode 4 of A Little Louder, we talk about how housing mobility and the policies that support true housing choice for families can be an effective tool for ending generational poverty. We interview Texas […]
The Houston Bayou Initiative invited me to present my views on what equity would look like in the allocation of Harris County bond funds to address the flooding from Hurricane Harvey. Here are my remarks. […]
There is no question that natural disasters will hit Texas again. We hope Mother Nature will keep the peace, but we can reasonably expect more hurricanes, more fires, more tornadoes. The real question is: Will […]
In episode 2, Demetria McCain of the Inclusive Communities Project talks about integration and people’s right to choose where to live. John and Christina discuss how private equity is changing homeownership and the real crisis at the border.
If you ask many people living in neighborhoods that have been overlooked for investment in recent years what they’d like to see built in their communities, it’s unlikely they’d answer “a storage facility.” But under […]
The government shutdown is in its 18th day today and more than 1,000 contracts between landlords and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have expired. This puts tens of thousands of people, many […]