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PRRAC in the News (2017-2018)

Recent Stories:

Outcomes in Housing mobility Programs (Health Affairs, June 2018)

The Future of Fair Housing: Interview with Philip Tegeler (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Summmer 2018)

Building Highways Made Racial Segregation Worse. Can Removing Them Undo That Legacy? (StreetsBlogUSA, June 7, 2018)

N.J. schools among 'most segregated' in nation, suit says (The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 17, 2018)

The Trump Administration is Making it Easier to Evade Housing Desegregation Law, Triggering Civil Rights Lawsuit (May 8, 2018)

Civil Rights Groups Sue Ben Carson, HUD for Suspending Anti-Discrimination Fair Housing Rule (Colorlines, May 8, 2018)

Trump administration sued after it changes rules about housing segregation (Think Progress, May 2018)

As Fair Housing Act Turns 50, Landmark Law Faces Uncertain Future (Governing magazine, April 2018)

Revised federal housing subsidies offer mobility to low-income residents (The Christian Science Monitor, February 13, 2018)

Hoping to reduce segregation, U.S. revamps housing subsidy for the poor (Reuters, Feb 12, 2018)

Hoping to reduce segregation, U.S. revamps housing subsidy for the poor (Place, February 12, 2018)

How New Rules for Section 8 Voucher Payments Mean More Mobility for Voucher Holders (Next City, January 26, 2018)

Preliminary Injunction Orders HUD to Proceed with Small Area Fair Market Rents (National Low Income Housing Coalition, January 8, 2018)

As Ben Carson signals fair housing rollback, advocates call on Mayor Kenney to put forward a 'bigger and bolder vision' (PlanPhilly, January 25, 2018)

The Trump Administration Just Derailed a Key Obama Rule on Housing Segregation (CityLab, January 4, 2018)

Under Lingering Obama Initiative, NYC to Evaluate Fair Housing (City, January 2, 2018)

Hundreds of thousands of poor Americans will soon be able to move to better areas, thanks to this judge (The Washington Post, December 28, 2017)

As school districts push for integration, decades-old federal rule could thwart them (Chalkbeat, November 16, 2017)

In a growing push to promote school integration, New York announces new round of grants (Chalkbeat, November 14, 2017)

The Fight Over Fair Housing Goes to Court (Again) (Citylab, November 7, 2017)

It Doesn't Matter if Cities Are Climate Change-Proof if No One Can Afford to Live in Them (The Nation, October 24, 2017)

Civil rights groups accuse HUD of perpetuating racial segregation (Politico, October 24, 2017)

Civil Rights Groups Sue Ben Carson for Delaying Anti-Segregation Housing Reform (The Intercept, October 23, 2017)

1,500 Affordable Housing Units Headed for Baltimore Could Multiply (Next City, October 24, 2017)

Netflix documentary on school integration spotlights New York City but troubles some activists (Chalkbeat, October 2017)

Desegregated, Differently (American Prospect October 2017)

Maryland reaches fair housing agreement with federal government (Baltimore Sun, October 3, 2017)

Archived Stories 2012-2017

Recent Blog Posts and Op-Eds

Megan Haberle, "Health, Housing, and Civil Rights Strategies" (in the September 2017 Grantmakers in Health newsletter)

Megan Haberle, Stacking the Deck: The Regulatory Accountability Act's Threat to Civil Rights (American Prospect, August 24, 2017)

Does the DeVos Education Budget Promote "Choice" or Segregation? (May 24, 2017)

"How Attacks on the Administrative State Can Be Attacks on the Most Vulnerable" by Megan Haberle (March 2017)

Why Connecticut should think twice about trying to "end Sheff" (CT Mirror, September 2016)

"Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing: A Platform for Public Health Advocates" (American Journal of Public Health, June 2016)

Obama Administration Commits to School Diversity with "Stronger Together" Initiative (Milwaukee Community Journal, February 17, 2016)

Charter Schools, Gentrification, and Weighted Lotteries (October 2015)

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