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  • Memphis Murder Mystery? No, Just Mistaken Identity

    A group of the nation's leading scholars and experts on housing and urban policy respond to The Atlantic's "American Murder Mystery"

  • The People’s Court

    Cleveland housing court Judge Raymond Pianka uses innovative legal tactics to achieve code compliance, but is it enough to stabilize neighborhoods?

  • The People’s Court

    Cleveland housing court Judge Raymond Pianka uses innovative legal tactics to achieve code compliance, but is it enough to stabilize neighborhoods?

  • Organizing Nationally to Win Locally: Faith-Based Community Organizing’s New Frontier

    Over the past few years faith-based organizing networks have broken onto the national organizing scene, adding grass-roots power and issue expertise to some of the biggest problems of the day.

  • Making the Stimulus Work

    Despite great obstacles, nonprofit housing developers, community action agencies, community health centers, and others stepped up and solved problems on the fly to make the stimulus work. Though more stimulus is not forthcoming, there are lessons to be learned for anyone working with government funding.

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