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A Shared Future: The Interdependence of Housing and School Segregation

A Shared Future: The Interdependence of Housing and School Segregation

Author: Anurima Bhargava | July 06, 2018

This paper provides an overview of the ways in which "housing and education in America have long been inextricably and intricately linked."...

A Shared Future: The Social and Economic Value of Intentional Integration Programs in Oak Park, IL

A Shared Future: The Social and Economic Value of Intentional Integration Programs in Oak Park, IL

Author: J. Robert Breymaier | July 06, 2018

The paper is a detailed discussion of the Oak Park Regional Housing Center, which since 1972 has been working ensure that there is "meaningful and lasting racial diversity in Oak Park," a village of about 50,000 people located next to the West Side of Chicago. ...

A Shared Future: Addressing the Patterns of Resegregation in Urban and Suburban Contexts: How to Stabilize Integrated Schools and Communities Amid Metro Migrations

A Shared Future: Addressing the Patterns of Resegregation in Urban and Suburban Contexts: How to Stabilize Integrated Schools and Communities Amid Metro Migrations

Authors: Amy Stuart Wells, Lauren Fox, Diana Cordova-Cobo, Douglas Ready | July 06, 2018

This paper notes that, while a large body of research has documented the patterns, degree, and effects of racial segregation, what is missing from this literature is a more nuanced understanding of the process by which segregation is reproduced....

The State of the Nation's Housing 2018

The State of the Nation's Housing 2018

Author: Joint Center for Housing Studies | June 19, 2018

A SHARED FUTURE: CAN GENTRIFICATION BE INCLUSIVE?

A SHARED FUTURE: CAN GENTRIFICATION BE INCLUSIVE?

Author: Ingrid Gould Ellen | May 16, 2018

While gentrification raises fears of displacement, it also offers some hope because the growth in higher-income households in previously poor areas can help to shore up city tax bases and possibly spur economic and racial integration....

BOUNCE FORWARD, NOT BACK: LEVERAGING RESILIENCY TO PROMOTE EQUITY

BOUNCE FORWARD, NOT BACK: LEVERAGING RESILIENCY TO PROMOTE EQUITY

Author: Caroline Lauer | May 07, 2018

Written by Caroline Lauer, a Master of Urban Planning student at Harvard's Graduate School of Design who was a 2017 Edward M....