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In The News
There are tools to address the racial/ethnic health disparities exposed by the coronavirus
Now that we can quantify it, leaders have a moral obligation to address the problem
In Hartford, federal lawmakers pledge to hold HUD accountable for concentrating poverty in city neighborhoods, slum housing projects
By Rebecca Lurye, CT Mirror, January 17, 2020.
More Housing Could Increase Affordability—But Only If You Build It in the Right Places
Focusing on zoning in hot-market urban centers misses economic realities—and major opportunities.
By: Alan Mallach, Shelterforce, June 19, 2020. Available Here.
Should summer debate on racial inequality stop at police accountability?
By Keith M. Phaneuf, CT Mirror, June 17, 2020. Available Here.