In the new Poverty & Race: AFFH in real estate sales; two-way dual language immersion schools; and an excerpt from Sheryll Cashin’s new book! Read the new issue here.
AFFH and schools: How effectively did jurisdictions collaborate with school districts in the initial rollout of the 2015 AFFH rule? This new article, co-authored by PRRAC staff, looks at the evidence.
Congratulations to former PRRAC Board member Demetria McCain on her appointment as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. Before taking on her current position at HUD, Demetria was President of the Inclusive Communities Project in Dallas, TX.
Other resources and events
Results from the 2020 Census data: John Logan and Brian J. Stults provide a comprehensive summary of metropolitan segregation trends, using traditional segregation metrics, in Metropolitan Segregation: No Breakthrough in Sight (Diversity and Disparities Project, Brown University, 2021).
Source of income discrimination and Emergency Rental Assistance: The Urban Institute explains how “State and Local Antidiscrimination Laws Could Help Renters Access Emergency Rental Assistance and Keep Their Homes.”
Racial impacts of eviction: A new study from the Joint Center for Housing Studies and the Housing Initiative at Penn found more punitive recent eviction practices affecting Black renters (among other findings). Co-authored by Vincent Reina of PRRAC’s Social Science Advisory Board (SSAB).
“The Segregated City”: A panel discussion with Lisa Rice, Doug Massey, Stefanie DeLuca, and Richard Rothstein, honoring GWU professor (and PRRAC SSAB member) Greg Squires, tomorrow at 10:00 – register here.