This CHAM webinar highlights the work of three organizations on the forefront of a new and expanded commitment to resident services.
In this webinar panelists reflect on ways that partnerships between health anchors and community development organizations can help realize equitable neighborhood outcomes.
Affordable housing is becoming increasingly hard to find throughout many growing cities around the country. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) offer an alternative to customary housing units, taking the form of basement apartments, living units above the garage, new detached units, or ‘tiny houses’ built in the backyard of an existing home.
Anyone interested in community land trusts and how partnerships with the community development sector are being used to bring about new pipeline and new resources for permanently affordable housing should watch this recording.
During this webinar, Mr. Rothstein presents the book’s major themes, and then takes questions from the audience. Anyone interested in learning more about the history of redlining in the United States, and the ongoing effects of the practice, should watch the recording.