Beyond Gentrification By Kalima Rose
When reinvestment turns into gentrification, long-time residents of an area can suffer or be displaced. The solution: a focus on "equitable development".
Tales of Three Cities By Miriam Axel-Lute
Three New Jersey cities with very different redevelopment experiences have things to teach each other about the dynamics os neighborhood change.
The Price Is Wrong By Ada Focer
Housing markets in low-income neighborhoods often don't work the way they do in other areas - with negative consequences for both individual buyers and the neighborhood as a whole.
Rent Control in the New Millennium By Dennis Keating and Mitch Kahn
Rent control has been under such serious assault for so long, you might think it's diasppeared. Here's a round-up of where - and why - it survives.
The Decontrol Blues By Bill Cavellini
Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been a model of well-funded affordable housing development. But the repeal of rent control suggests that funding alone is not enough.
Stepping In the Spirit of the March By Charles Duke III
Since accomplishing its original task, New Jersey's Women in Support of the Million Man March has transformed itself into a dynamic service and advocacy organization.