More than 16,000 Raleigh households with very low incomes pay rents equal to more than half of their earnings. How did we NOT know that? A citizens’ Task Force would shine a light on the crisis and offer real solutions..
The Coalition: “[It] is a failure of leadership, and a slap in the face of Raleigh’s stated efforts to achieve equity in our programs, to expand help for those who have more while short-changing those who have less.”
After 1916, Oberlin Village was a textbook case of white gentrification of a formerly black community. Dial ahead 100 years: The gentrification of formerly all-black Southeast Raleigh is history repeating itself.
After months of encouragement, City Council finally offered a small commitment toward meeting the most pressing needs of Raleigh’s growing affordable housing crisis. Livable Raleigh continues to encourage the Raleigh City Council to commit at least 50% of annual housing funds to…
In the current issue of INDYWeek, Courtney Napier challenges the Raleigh City Council to center their Affordable Housing Bond on our city’s most pressing housing needs rather than on development profits.
If you participated in our Affordable Housing Bond Webinar and want to share what you learned with others. Or, If you weren't able to participate in our Webinar but want access to the information, here are the resources from the event: