Vox.com | November 2018
Baltimore is running a housing experiment that gives longtime residents vouchers to leave the city’s poorest, most violent neighborhoods for new homes in more affluent settings. This episode follows one family through this policy experiment. You’ll hear how Baltimore’s segregationist history planted the problems this program is trying to solve, why some participants are frustrated with the initiative, and how one family decides whether to stay or go.
Making Contact: Your Home...Or My Right?
Making Contact | July 2018
The stage is set for a battle between two world-views. Is housing a human right, or a commodity? And where on that continuum is California’s common ground? This week, we look at the fight over rent control, and police policies that affect the homeless.
Nashville Public Radio | May 2018
From the New Yorker: Nashville is booming, and so is its real estate, and so is its income inequality. In one of the city’s hottest neighborhoods, East Nashville, the James A. Cayce Homes, a sixty-three-acre tract of aging, run-down public housing, are about to be razed, redeveloped, renamed, and radically transformed—a six-hundred-million-dollar project for the supposed benefit of all. “The Promise" reflects on housing in America by presenting the story of Cayce’s transformation, through the voices of its residents.
99% Invisible | September 2013
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