Lesson on Development without Displacement
What would it look like if marginalized neighborhoods were developed but their residents were not displaced? Right now, neighborhood development typically causes massive displacement and harm to already under-resourced communities, a process known as...
Race & Housing: Key Concepts and Frameworks (Short Version)
This presentation is a condensed version of the presentation key concepts and frameworks on race & housing. It covers the traces of the past today, and concludes with the 5Ps which is a framework used towards housing justice policy and reimagining...
Glossary of Key Terms - Race & Housing
This glossary contains key terms related to race & housing and is a great document to start with and keep referring back to as you teach about race & housing. Terms featured include: othering, individual racism, institutional racism, structural...
Race & Housing: Key Concepts and Frameworks
The intersection of race and housing can seem so multifaceted that it can be intimidating to analyze. Outlining key concepts and frameworks for examining housing as a racial justice issue, this powerpoint investigates the traces of the past today...
Place & Identity Unit
How does place shape identity? How do social systems shape us? What impact can we have on social systems? This unit invites students to make connections between various aspects of their identity, origins, and culture. They are asked to build upon...
New Report on Low Income Housing Tax Credit Finds Room for Improvement in Promoting Access to Opportunity for Bay Area Developments
New Report on Low Income Housing Tax Credit Finds Room for Improvement in Promoting Access to Opportunity for Bay Area Developments March 14, 2017/Berkeley, CA: The Haas Institute releases a new study that comprehensively analyzes the administration...