Atlanta Housing Facilitates Discussion on the History and Intersection of Race and Affordable Housing

Date Published: 
March 10th, 2021

To close out Black History Month, Atlanta Housing offered a thought-provoking, timeldiscussion on the intersections of race and housing, titled Dialogues in Housing: Affordable Housing & the Race Factor that explored:

  1. The history of how race impacted access to affordable housing in America and in Atlanta
  2. The potential current and future policy solutions to bridge the gaps of disparity, and
  3. Atlanta Housing’s approach and efforts to create equitable and inclusive housing for all.

Facilitated by AH’s Director of Communications and Content Strategy, LaConia Dean, the conversation was powered with historical context and expert insights from an esteemed collection of thought leaders in the equitable housing space.

Dialogues in Housing is a new discussion series from AH that’s aimed at shedding light on the topic of affordable housing, advocating for its importance, and providing context on affordable housing as a crisis that impacts us all.

You can watch this first edition of Dialogues in Housing (in two parts) on Atlanta Housing’s website 

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