Cushing Dolbeare: A Life in HousingInterview by Winton Pitcoff
The founder of the National Low Income Housing Coalition reflects on 50 years of advocacy, including victories won, lessons learned, and the work that lies ahead.
LA StoryBy Jan Breidenbach
It was an audacious three-year campaign for nothing less than a $100 million housing trust fund. Here's how Housing LA crafted a can't-lose strategy that held together despite recession and war.
Buiding BlocksBy Miriam Axel-Lute
Block groups can be the ultimate expression of the grassroots, but they are also challenging to sustain. People working with them offer some insight on incorporating block groups into a larger community strategy.
Running on Faith
The president promised that his faith-based initiative would muster the "armies of compassion" on behalf of the poor. One year later, the cavalry have yet to charge.