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.
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Our LIVE Q&A…
I attended Livable Raleigh’s recent webinar on Raleigh’s 2020 Affordable Housing Bond to educate myself on our city’s affordable housing needs and the upcoming $80 million bond package that will be on the November 3rd ballot. Admittedly, housing is not my area of…
Unless you act, voters will be forced to guess what the bond is for, because you will have failed to tell them. Specifically, how will the $80 million help Raleigh residents with the greatest need for safe, affordable housing?
A BIG Thank You to the over 300 people who signed up for our first webinar. What a boost of energy you give us by letting us know our message is getting through.
Also, one more thank you to our moderator Russ…