Working Through Growing Pains in Artist/Community Developer Collaborations | Shelterforce

January 07, 2019
  • D.C. Policy Center
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The D.C. Policy Center symposium on racial equity in housing outcomes was cited in a roundup of cross-sector collaborations from Shelterforce:

In Washington, DC, an ongoing affordable housing crisis, coupled with longstanding racial inequities in employmentand income, have resulted in dramatic demographic changes in many neighborhoods that were previously disinvested in, and were predominantly Black. Suchinequitable change has reinforced both the need, and the shared value, of aligning arts and culture with community development to address the physical and cultural displacement pressures many residents face.

Read more: Working Through Growing Pains in Artist/Community Developer Collaborations | Shelterforce

Related: Symposium: Achieving Racial Equity in Housing Outcomes in D.C. | D.C. Policy Center

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