Class of 2023 Learning Lab I Focus
During Learning Lab I, the Class of 2023 will explore leadership in relation to housing inequality. They will learn how various North Carolinian leaders work within their fields and communities to combat inequality in housing, and they will strive to better understand how racial, socioeconomic, and other inequalities in urban and rural communities are perpetuated by housing policies. Finally, they will explore how they can affect change within the problem of housing inequality.
- There Is No Fault in Needing Affordable Housing
- The Neighborhood Is Mostly Black. The Home Buyers Are Mostly White.
- How Wealth Inequality Impacts Lack of Affordable Housing
- Systemic Inequality: Displacement, Exclusion, and Segregation
- Escalating Rents, Flat Wages Driving a Housing Crisis in Many N.C. Communities
- A ‘Forgotten History’ of How the U.S. Government Segregated America
- Raleigh Shows Limits of Treating Affordable Housing as Just a Housing Problem
- Housing Markets in the U.S. and Japan (pages 1-2, 15-18)
- Charlotte may have cracked the code on affordable housing. Here’s how
- HUD Issues Final Rule to Ensure Equal Access to Housing & Services Based on Gender Identity
- LGBTQ Emergency Housing Agency Making Strides in Durham
- Please Consider the People, Not the Buildings and Land, This Exhibition Asks Viewers
- How Brookhill Village Could Start to Attract Millennials from South End
The Class of 2023’s Learning Lab I was postponed from March 2020 to March 2021.
This post was originally published on Jan. 3, 2020 and updated on February 2, 2021.