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What Happens When You End Racial Isolation in Housing?

What Happens When You End Racial Isolation in Housing?

This weekend, The New York Times published Ending the Cycle of Racial Isolation, an editorial examining the case of a New Jersey suburb Mount Laurel that has successfully implemented a new concept for low-income housing developments. Subsidized housing in existing ghettos often leads to a cycle of racial discrimination which prevents low-income families from having […]


Re-igniting The Poor People’s Campaign: Part 1

Re-igniting The Poor People’s Campaign: Part 1

In association with the Union Theological Seminary’s Poverty Initiative, The Poverty Scholars Network endeavors to cultivate grassroots leadership and galvanize low-income organizers to collectively address issues of poverty and socioeconomic inequality mounted by the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign, in a nationwide social movement led by and for the impoverished […]