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 […]
Texas Housers has created a new podcast where co-director John Henneberger and I will be discussing housing and community development news as well as the context for some critical debates that frame housing policy locally, […]
The typical San Antonian might feel unmoved by the phrase “Center City Housing Infill Policy (CCHIP).” With the city providing few intentional community engagement efforts about CCHIP, most people don’t know that CCHIP is much […]
For some, Hurricane Harvey is now a distant, if not unpleasant, memory. Looking back on 2017, many Texas families will recall the evacuations, the news footage of dramatic rescues, the mud-filled first floors, and the […]
The 2018 Texas Houser Award honorees are shifting paradigms and power in their daily work for community empowerment and housing justice, and yesterday, nearly 100 community advocates, supporters and the Texas Housers staff honored their […]