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12.16.20 Members Making News
From Next City: People who are released from incarceration face unique challenges to participating in society. Returning citizens have no job, little money, and no permanent place to live upon their release. They are sometimes barred from receiving public benefits or accessing public housing....
12.16.20 Members Making News
From WBEZ Chicago: Ms. B’s Kitchen and Catering in the North Lawndale neighborhood sells Chicago-style favorites like pizza puffs. On other days of the week, owner Tawanda Stange cooks comfort food, everything from pot roast to oxtails to gumbo. Her Sunday Soul Food menu includes baked chicken,...
12.16.20 Members Making News
From Block Club Chicago: A long-planned affordable housing complex marketed toward LGBTQ people has opened in Logan Square — about 18 months later than originally planned. The John Pennycuff Memorial Apartments at 2033 N. Milwaukee Ave. brings 41 affordable housing units and 47 Chicago...
12.16.20 Members Making News
From The 74: Seeing how 2020 has become the year of highly unlikely events actually happening, Karen DuBois-Walton, president of the Housing Authority of New Haven in Connecticut, would like to put one more on the table: school integration. After all, she notes, protests following the police...
12.16.20 Members Making News
From the St. Paul Public Housng Agency's newsletter: On November 1, 2020, 39 new PBV units came online at Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis Dorothy Day Residence, with a 20-year subsidy contract (Housing Assistance Payments; HAP) from the PHA.  Completed in the Fall of 2019,...
12.2.20 Members Making News
From DCist:  Students sat two to a table, separated by plexiglass and wearing face masks. An 11-year-old girl took a math test on decimals. A 9-year-old boy solved a word problem that directed him to calculate the attendance size of the Super Bowl. His 7-year-old sister doodled in a notebook...
12.2.20 Members Making News
From the Times of San Diego: City officials, the San Diego Housing Commission and the Regional Task Force on the Homeless said Tuesday that regional collaboration has led to a significant drop in veteran homelessness and continues under the Operation Shelter to Home program. This year’s Point-in-...
12.2.20 Members Making News
From Akron.com:   The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA) and Building For Tomorrow’s ConnectHome Akron Initiative is bringing internet service to underserved communities through high-speed community Wi-Fi zones. According to AMHA officials, the Wi-Fi Zones will give residents...
12.2.20 Research, Report, Members Making News
When Harvard economist Raj Chetty and colleagues studied areas with high and low rates of mobility back in 2014, they were surprised to find that Charlotte ranked last among the 50 largest metropolitan areas when it came to the odds that low-income children in Charlotte would grow up to...
12.2.20 Members Making News
We’re pleased to share the following photos from the Virgin Islands Housing Authority highlighting the urban garden surrounding VIHA’s Lucinda Millin Home for seniors on St. Thomas, USVI. The garden is the work of 95-year-old VIHA resident Mr. Christopher ...

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