April 10, 2023
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Excerpted from Poverty & Race, Volume 32, No.1 (Jan – March 2023)
George, J., Darling-Hammond, L., & Plasencia, S. (2023). Advancing integration and equity through magnet schools [Policy brief]. Learning Policy Institute. https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/product/advancing-integration-equity-magnet-schools-brief
Heewon Jang, School Segregation at Multiple Geographical Levels: Implications for Educational Policy,” PhD Dissertation, Stanford.
Katie Whitley, “Increasing Access to High-Quality Schools in Indianapolis Through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Qualified Allocation Plan,” Indiana Law Review (2022).
Housing & Residential Segregation
Curley, A.M., Gonyea, J.G., Gress, T., McKinney, S., & J. Rivera. (2022, December). Resident experiences of inclusion and bias in inclusionary housing in Cambridge, MA. National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities at Case Western Reserve University.
Ingrid Gould, Ellen Katherine O’Regan, Sarah Strochak, “Using HUD Administrative Data to Estimate Success Rates and Search Durations for New Voucher Recipients” HUD.
The Planetary Gentrification Reader, edited By Loretta Lees, Tom Slater and Elvin Wyly, Routledge, 2023.
Simone Zhang and Rebecca A. Johnson, “Hierarchies in the Decentralized Welfare State: Prioritization in the Housing Choice Voucher Program”, American Sociological Review.
John Logan et al, “The Role of Suburbanization in Metropolitan Segregation After 1940”, Demography.
Korver-Glenn, E., Locklear, S., Howell, J., and Whitehead, E. (2023). “Displaced and unsafe: The legacy of settler-colonial racial capitalism in the U.S. rental market.” Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City, https://doi.org/10.1080/26884674.2023.2176799
Michael Javen Fortner, “Racial Capitalism and City Politics: Toward a Theoretical Synthesis”, Urban Affairs Review 59(2).
Samuel H. Kye and Andrew Halpern-Manners, “If Residential Segregation Persists, What Explains Widespread Increases in Residential Diversity?” Demography.
Tensions in Diversity: Spaces for Collective Life in Los Angeles, by Felicity Hwee-Hwa Chan, University of Toronto Press, 2022.
Selected Social Housing Resources
California Legislature Assembly Bill 309, “Social housing,” Introduced January 26, 2023; California Legislature Senate Bill 555, “Social Housing Act of 2023”; California Legislature Senate Bill 584, “Laborforce Housing.”
“Social Housing for All,” The Center for Popular Democracy, March 2022
“Social Housing in the U.S.,” Community Service Society of New York, February 18, 2020
Philip Tegeler, “What Can HUD Do to Expand Public and Community Ownership of Rental Housing?” (PRRAC, April 2021)
“Social Housing Is Becoming a Mainstream Policy Goal in the US,” Galen Herz, Jacobin, February 21, 2021
“Land Values and the Enduring Significance of Racial Residential Segregation,” Henry Louis Taylor, Jr., Poverty & Race, Volume 30, Issue 1, January-April 2021
“Why America Needs More Social Housing,” Peter Dreier, The American Prospect, April 16, 2018
“Social Housing in the United States,” People’s Policy Project, April 2018
Communities Over Commodities: People-Driven Alternatives to an Unjust Housing System (Right to the City, March 2018) Michael Stone, “Social Ownership,” in A Right To Housing, Rachel Bratt, Michael Stone and Chester Hartman, editors (Temple University Press 2006).