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April-June 2016

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  • Breaking Down Barriers: Housing, Neighborhoods, and Schools of Opportunity Published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Insights into Housing and Community Development Policy (April 2016). www.huduser.gov [15144]

  • Childhood Asthma, Public Housing, and Environmental Control: Differences Between Families Renting with Section 8 Vouchers and Those Living in the Projects written by Sara Grineski. Published in the Journal of Poverty (2008). www.lej.at.utep.edu [15124]

  • GHETTO: The Invention of a Place, the History of an Idea By Mitchell Duneier. Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (2016). www.amazon.com [15126]

  • Moved to Opportunity: The Long-Run Effect of Public Housing Demolition on Labor Market Outcomes of Children written by Eric Chyn. Published by the University in Richmond (27 March 2016). www-personal.umich.edu/~ericchyn/Chyn_Moved_to_Opportunity.pdf [15143]

  • Neighborhoods of Opportunity: Developing an Operational Definition for Planning and Policy Implementation written by Kelly L. Patterson, Robert Mark Silverman, Li Yin and Laiyun Wu. Published in the Journal of Public Management & Social Policy. www.digitalscholarship.tsu.edu [15121]

January-March 2016

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  • Housing Voucher Mobility in Cuyahoga County Lenore Healy & Michael Lepley. Published by the Housing Research & Advocacy Center, February 2016. www.thehousingcenter.org/ [15099]

  • How Zoning Restrictions Make Segregation Worse written by Richard Florida. Published by City Lab (4 Jan 2016). www.citylab.com/housing/ [15084]

  • Practical Steps to End Poverty for Families in the Housing Choice Voucher Program an issue brief published by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (January 2016). www.gnofairhousing.org [15081]

  • Public and Indian Housing Mobility Convening January 2016 Regional Housing Mobility Programs: Practitioner Convening (January 2016). portal.hud.gov [15098]

  • Redefining Revitalization: An Analysis of Community Revitalization in Texas’ Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program,” written by Megan Randall. Published by Texas Architecture. Available at, soa.utexas.edu/life-work/publications [15091]

November/December 2015

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  • "Gentrification, Displacement and the Role of Public Investment: A Literature Review" Miriam Zuk, Ariel H. Bierbaum, and Karen Chapple, University of California, Berkeley; Karolina Gorska, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Paul Ong, and Trevor Thomas, University of California, Los Angeles (August 2015). Published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. www.frbsf.org/ [15024]

  • "Housing Agencies Restoring Vouchers — Let’s Finish the Job in 2016" An article written by Douglas Rice, published by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. (October 2015). www.cbpp.org/ [15004]

  • "Leveraging the Power of Place: Using Pay for Success to Support Housing Mobility" a working paper by Dan Rinzler, Philip Tegeler, Mary Cunningham, and Craig Pollack. Published by the Community Development Investment Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. www.frbsf.org/community-development/files/wp2015-04.pdf [15023]

  • "Research Shows Housing Vouchers Reduce Hardship and Provide Platform for Long-Term Gains Among Children" An article by Will Fischer, published by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (October 7, 2015). www.cbpp.org/ [15005]

  • "Research Shows Housing Vouchers Reduce Hardship and Provide Platform for Long-Term Gains Among Children" by Will Fischer, (October 2015). Published by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. www.cbpp.org/sites/default/files/atoms/files/3-10-14hous.pdf [15012]

  • Inclusive Communities Toolkit A new resource from the National Housing Conference (2015). www.inclusivepolicy.org/ [15037]

  • Regional Housing Initiative: Creating opportunity in Chicagoland—and around the nation A Regional Housing Initiative by the Metropolitan Planning Council. www.metroplanning.org/ [15043]

September/October 2015

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  • Architecture of Segregation: Civil Unrest, the Concentration of Povery, and Public Policy Written by Paul A. Jargowsky www.apps.tcf.org/architecture-of-segregation [14990]

  • Autonomy, Mobility, and Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in Gentrifying Neighborhoods (Jan/Feb 2014). Written by Rachel D. Godsil. Published by PRRAC. Available at www.prrac.org [14993]

  • Black Homes Matter: Alternate Approaches to Neighborhood Revitalization in the City of Pittsburgh: People’s Speak-Out for Equitable Development Published by the Pittsburgh Human Rights City Alliance. www.pgh-humanrightscity.wikispaces.com [14987]

  • Building Opportunity II: A Fair Housing Assessment of State Low Income Housing Tax Credit plans (May 2015). A report published by the Poverty and Race Research Action Council. bit.ly/1PkHSIV [14970]

  • Expanding Choice and Opportunity in the Housing Choice Voucher Program written by Stacy Seicshnaydre and Ryan C. Albright. Published in the New Orleans Index at Ten. datacenterresearch.org [14966]

  • Fighting for a Place Called Home: Litigation Strategies for Challenging Gentrification, article by Hannah Weinstein. Published in the UCLA Law Review www.uclalawreview.org [14968]

  • Leveraging the Power of Place:Using Pay for Success to Support Housing Mobility by Dan Rinzler, Philip Tegeler, Mary Cunningham, and Craig Pollack. Published by Federal Reserve Bank of San Fransisco. bit.ly/1Li0p83 [14969]

  • PHA Fair Housing Manual Published by HOPE Fair Housing Center. Available at www.hopefair.org [14989]

  • Preventing the Next Mortgage Crisis: The Meltdown, the Federal Response, and the Future of Housing in America (2015) written by Dan Immergluck. Published by Rowman & Littlefield. Available at www.amazon.com [14981]

  • Proceedings from the 6th National Conference on Housing Mobility—“More Choices for More Families” (July 15-16, 2015). A conferenced held in Chicago IL, Sponsored by PRRAC, the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities, and the Metropolitan Planning Council. bit.ly/1OQJxX7 [14971]

  • Residential Inequality in American Neighborhoods and Communities: Racial and Ethnic Sgregation: Desvinculado y Desigual: Is Segregation Harmful to Latinos? (July 2015) written by Justin Steil, Jorge De La Roca, and Ingrid Gould Ellen. Published in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. ann.sagepub.com/content/660/1.toc [14978]

  • Statement of Fair Housing and Civil Rights Advocates on Hope VI Reauthorization (March 2008). Published by PRRAC. Available at www.prrac.org [14994]

July/August 2015

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  • Addressing the College Readiness Challenge in High-Poverty Schools from CLASP, examines how many public schools in low-income communities do not have the necessary tools to enter a higher education institution. Available at www.clasp.org [14936]

  • Are Mortgage Servicers Following the Rules? (January 2015, 12 pp.) by Nancy Wilberg Ricks for the National Council of La Raza. Available at www.nclr.org [14920]

  • Effect of QAP Incentives on the Location of LIHTC Properties (April 2015), a new study from the Furman Center at NYU examines the effect of state planning incentives to develop Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects in high opportunity areas, and concludes that incentives (usually in the point systems used in the state LIHTC plans) do have a significant positive impact. Available at www.huduser.org [14939]

  • Historical Shift from Explicit to Implicit Policies Affecting Housing Segregation in Eastern Massachusetts, a historical guide by The Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston. Available at www.bostonfairhousing.org [14921]

  • Justice Project: The March Continues (2015) by Open Communities from Winnekta, IL seeks to aid communities in creating welcoming neighborhoods. Available at www.justiceprojectcontinues.org [14933]

  • Photo Gallery - 6th National Conference on Housing Mobility [14943] See full text.

  • Safe Homes, Safe Communities: A Guide For Local Leaders On Domestic Violence and Fair Housing (April 2015, 40 pp.), a report by the American Civil Liberties Union. Available at www.aclu.org [14919]

  • The Effects of Neighborhood change on New York City Housing Authority Residents discusses how NYC public housing Residents are affected by their surrounding area. Available at furmancenter.org [14932]

  • They're our neighborhoods, too from the Anti-Discrimination Center, looks at New Yorkers’ attitudes about moving to a new neighborhood. Available at www.antibiaslaw.com [14934]

May/June 2015

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  • "In the Eye of the Storm: Why the Threat of Foreclosure Damage Continues," (March 2015, 124 pp.), report from the Empire Justice Center evaluates the impact of foreclosures on different demographic groups. Available at www.empirejustice.org [14862]

  • Building One America National Summit for Inclusive Suburbs and Sustainable Regions, July 23-24, 2015 in Washington, DC. Info available at buildingoneamerica.org [14892]

  • Desire to Move and Residential Mobility: 2010–2011, a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau by Peter J. Mateyka analyzes who wants to move vs. who ends up moving (March 2015, 20 pp.). Full report available at census.gov [14867]

  • The Other Side of Hope: Squandering Social Capital in Louisville’s HOPE VI (2015) by Rick Axtell and Michelle Tooley follows 40 households displaced in Louisville’s HOPE VI redevelopment of Clarksdale public housing, Journal of Poverty (pp.1-27) [14865]

March/April 2015

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  • "Housing, Neighborhoods, and Opportunity: The Location of New York City's Subsidized Affordable Housing" A new report on affordable housing in NYC from the Furman Center's Ingrid Gould Ellen and Max Weselcouch. (January 2015, 28 pp.) Available at furmancenter.org [14801]

  • Modern Segregation: Addressing Barriers to Equality in Local Governments, a fair housing conf., will be held April 10 in St. Louis. Inf. available at ehocstl.org [14849]

  • The Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, Vol. 23:2 is devoted to Fair Housing [14840]

  • “A Snapshot of Compliance with CFPB Servicing Standards,” (February 2015, 12 pp.), National Council of LaRaza in association with National Housing Resource Center, available at www.nclr.org/ [14822]

  • “Affordable Housing is Nowhere to be Found for Millions” (March 2015, 10 pp.), a Housing Spotlight publication of the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. available at nlihc.org [14839]

  • “An Investment in Our Future: How Federal Home Visiting Funding Provides Critical Support for Parents and Children,” Stephanie Schmit, Christina Walker, and Rachel Herzfeldt-Kamprath, (February 2015, 38 pp.), Center for American Progress, available at cdn.americanprogress.org [14821]

November/December 2014

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  • "21 Cities Restrict Sharing Food with the Homeless" was an Oct. 21, 2014 account in Al Jazeera. [14770]

  • Crossroads: The Intersection of Housing and Education Policy is a 6-chapter 2014 video from The Urban Inst., available (no price given) from Erika Poethig, EPoethig@urban.org [14765]

  • Locational Affordability Housing Policy Debate has issued a Call for Papers for its forthcoming special issue on Locational Affordability. Dec. 1, 2014 deadline for Abstracts, Full Paper due by March 30, 2015. Details from Prof. Tom Sanchez, sanchezt@vt.edu [14760]

July/August 2014

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  • "Housing and Education Advocates Work Together to Improve Education" [14718]

  • "Housing and Education Advocates Work Together to Improve Education," by David Zisser & Brenda Shum, 10 pp., April 2014 appeared in Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law and Policy, available at http://www.lawyerscommittee.org/newsroom/publications?id=0046 [14719]

  • "Housing Subsidies and Pediatric Undernutrition," by Alan Meyers, Deborah Frank, Nicole Roos, Karen Peterson, Virginia Casey & Suzette Levenson, appeared in the Oct. 1995 edition (Vol. 149) of the Archives of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, pp. 1079-371. [14700]

  • "How a 'New Secessionist' Movement Is Threatening to Worsen School Segregation and Widen Inqualities," by David Zisser & Brenda Shum, 10 pp., by Susan Eaton, appeared in the May 2014 Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law and Policy, available at http://www.lawyerscommittee.org/newsroom/publications?id=0046 [14716]

  • "The Home Foreclosure Crisis and Rising Suicide Rates, 2005 to 2010," by Jason N. Houle & Michael T. Light, appeared in the June 2014 issue of Amer. J. of Public Health. Really disturbing phenomenon, triggered by failure/shame, loss of home and networks, loss of equity, movement toward poverty. [14696]

May/June 2014

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  • "Cheating On Every Level: Anatomy of the Demise of a Civil Rights Consent Decree" (40 pp., April 2014), from The Anti-Discrimination Ctr., is available at www.antibiaslaw.com/sites/default/files/Cheating_On_Every_Level.pdf [14686]

  • "Foreclosure Rescue, Inc." (112 pp., April 2014), from The Lawyers Comm. for Civil Rights Under Law, is available at www.lawyerscommittee.org/admin/site/documents/files/0465.pdf [14685]

  • "In Pursuit of 'Growth/And' Housing Policy -- The Case of Housing Choice Vouchers," by Philip Tegeler (1 p., April 2014), appeared in Rooflines, available at http:www.rooflines.org/3680/in_pursuit_of_a_both_and_housing_policythe_case_of_housing_choice_vouchers/ [14688]

  • "Inheriting a Mortgage Pain: Reverse Loans, Meant to Help Older People Stay in Their Homes, Push Their Children Out" is the heading of a long, disturbing account appearing in the March 27, 2014 NY Times, about the obnoxious practices of lenders who bring foreclosure action against those whose parents have passed away, having willed their homes (and debts) to their children. [14656]

  • "Measuring Sprawl 2014, Smart Growth America" (51 pp., April 2014) is available at www.smartgrowthamerica.org/documents/measuring-sprawl-2014.pdf [14687]

  • "Research Shows Housing Vouchers Reduce Hardship and Provide Platform for Long-Term Gains Among Children," by Will Fisher (8 pp., March 2014), from the Ctr. on Budget and Policy Priorities, is available at http://www.cbpp.org/files/3-10-14hous.pdf [14684]

  • "The revitalization of American central cities: fact or fiction?," by Eric Burnstein & Megan Gallagher (1 p., April 2014), appeared as a MetroTrends Blog, available at blog.metrotrends.org/2014/04/revitalization-american-central-cities-fact-fiction/ [14689]

March/April 2014

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  • "Communities, Evictions & Criminal Convictions" (68 pp., 2013) is available from Formerly Incarcerated & Convicted People's Movement, www.FICPMovement.wordpress.com [14607]

  • "Fair Housing: Know Your Rights!" is a 62-page, 2014 consumer guide published by the Housing Research & Advocacy Ctr. in Cleveland. For copies, contact denglish@thehousingcenter.org [14538]

  • "Make Louisville Home for All: A 20-Year Plan for Fair Housing" (56 pp., 2013), from the Louisville Human Relations Commn., can be downloaded free from http://metropolitanhousing.org/wp-context/uploads/member_docs/FairHousingReport_2013.15.pdf or contact the Metropolitan Housing Coal., PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204 [14556]

  • "The Role of Investors in Acquiring Foreclosed Properties in Low- and Moderate-Income Neighborhoods: A Review of Findings from Four Case Studies," by Christopher E. Herbert, Irene Law & Rocio Sanchez-Moyano is a 36-page, Oct. 2013 study of Las Vegas, Atlanta, Cleveland & Boston, from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, 1033 Mass. Ave., 5th flr., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [14566]

January/February 2014

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  • "America's Rental Housing: Evolving Markets and Needs" is a Dec. 2013 study from the Harvard Joint Ctr. for Housing Studies, available at www.jchs.harvard.edu/americas-rental-housing [14465]

  • Fair Housing Testing: NPR aired a show (This American Life) sometime over the weekend of Nov. 22, 2013 on the work of the Fair Housing Justice Ctr., which also has a new film, A Matter of Place (accessible at www.fairhousingjustice.org). Addl. inf. from Fred Freiberg at FHJC, 212/400-8231. [14489]

  • "Maintenance and Investments in Small Rental Properties: Findings from New York City and Baltimore" (Sept. 2013), from the Furman Ctr. for Real Estate & Urban Policy & the Johns Hopkins Inst. for Policy Studies, is available (free) from the Center, 139 MacDougal St., 2nd flr., NYC, NY 10012, 212/998-6713, furmancenter@nyu.edu [14446]

  • "Moving to Educational Opportunity: A Housing Demonstration to Improve School Outcomes," by Megan Gallagher, Simone Zhang & Jennifer T. Comey (Nov. 2013), is available (free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC, 202/261-5709, publicaffairs@urban.org [14447]

  • New Deal Ruins: Race, Economic Justice, and Public Housing Policy, by Edward Goetz (256 pp., March 2013, $69.95hb, $23.95pb), has been published by Cornell Univ. Press. [14466]

  • "Puertas Cerradas: Housing Barriers for Hispanics" (30 pp., 2013), from The Equal Rights Ctr. & Natl. Council of La Raza, is available (no price listed) from the Ctr., 11 Dupont Circle, #450, Wash., DC 20036, 202/234-3062. [14453]

November/December 2013

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  • "Building Support for Affordable Homeownership and Rental Choices: A Summary of Research Findings on Public Opinion and Messaging on Affordable Housing," by Janet Viveiros & Rebecca Cohen, an Oct. 2013 literature review from the Natl. Housing Conf. & the Ctr. for Housing Policy, is available (no price given) from the Conf., 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036. [14359]

  • Housing Matters SmartBrief, an initiative of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Fdn., features short accounts of research re decent, stable, affordable housing. Available (likely free) from SmartBrief, Inc., 555 11th St. NW, #600, Wash., DC 20004. [14345]

  • "Housing Vouchers Can Work Better for Families" is a Sept. 2013 Metro Trends Blog. It, and a related paper by Bruce Katz & Margery Turner, are available (no price given) from co-author Turner at maturner@ui.org CHK HER ADDRESSs] [14282]

  • "Poor Quality Housing Is Tied to Children's Emotional and Behavioral Problems," by Rebecca Levine Coley, Tama Leventhal, Alicia Doyle Lynch & Melissa Kull, is a Sept. 2013 MacArthur Fdn. Policy Research Brief, available (likely free) from the Foundation, 140 S. Dearborn St., #1200, Chicago, IL 60603-5285, 312/726-8000, www.macfound.org [14264]

  • Public Housing and the Public Agenda: Locating a Right to the City is a special issue of Cities: The International Journal of Urban Planning and Policy, co-edited by Tony Samara, Anita Sinha & Marie Brady. Inf. from tsamara@gmu.edu [14296]

  • Responses to HUD’s “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” Proposed Rule [14252] See full text.

  • San Francisco's Response to the city's 1970s housing crisis is the topic of a 2013 PhD disseration by Katie Wells. She is reachable at katiewells@gmailcom, and the diss. is downloadable at www.dropbox.com/s/jddo81fz91dpau/KatieWells_Dissertation.pdf [14306]

  • San Francisco's response to the city's 1970s housing crisis is the subject of a dissertation by Katie Wells, katiejwells@gmail.com. It's downloadable at www.dropbox.com/s/jddo81f7fz91dpau/KatieWells_Dissertation.pdf [14307]

  • San Francisco's response to the city's 1970s housing crisis is a 2013 dissertation by Katie Wells, katiejwells@gmail.com. It's downloadable at www.dropbox.com/s/jddo81f7z91dpau/KatieWells_Dissertation.pdf [14308]

  • Shelterforce Weekly describes a range of articles in that excellent publication. Contact shelter@nhi.org [14381]

  • "The Right to Remain: Common Law Protections for Security of Tenure: An Essay in Honoe of John Otis Calmore," by Eric Tars appeared, in 86N.C.L. Rev.817 (2008). [14352]

  • The Solution! is an Oct. 2013 video from the United for Homes campaign. Inf. from sarah@nlihc.org [14302]

September/October 2013

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  • "227,000 Names on List Vie for Rare Vacancies in Public Housing" was a long, detailed article in the July 7, 2013 NY Times, about how the nation's largest housing authority manages admissions. Available at http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/24/nyregion/for-many-seeking-public-housing-the-wait-can-be-endless.html?hp&_r=02 [14159]

  • "Housing Instability: A Continuum of Risk" (8 pp., July 2013) is available (possibly free) from the Inst. for Children, Poverty & Homelessness, 44 Cooper Sq., 4th flr., NYC, NY 10003, info@cphusa.org [14180]

  • "Precaucion: Obstacles for Latinos in the Virginia Rental Housing Market" (22 pp., 2013) is available (no price given) from the Equal Rights Center, 11 Dupont Circle NW, #450, Wash., DC 20036, www.equalrightscenter.org [14171]

  • "Race, Riots and Revolution: Black Housing in the 1960s," by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor ($16), has been published by Haymarket Books, PO Box 180165, Chicago, 60618, 773/583-7884, www.haymarketbooks.org [14198]

  • Right to Housing: The American Bar Assn. House of Delegates, on Aug. 12, 2013, passed a resolution calling on the U.S. government at all levels to implement the human right to housing. Inf. from Elaine MacPherson at the Natl. Law Ctr. on Homelessness & Poverty, 202/638-2535, emacpherson@nlchp.org [14224]

  • "The Nation's Home Foreclosure Crisis: There is a Solution" is a short article in CURS Update, Summer 2013, the publication of the Ctr. for Urban & Regional Studies at Univ. N. Carolina-Chapel Hill. Available (no price given) from 919/962-3074, urbanstudies@mail.unc.edu, http://curs.unc.edu [14173]

July/August 2013

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  • "Addressing Residential Instability: Options for Cities and Community Initiatives," by G. Thomas Kingley, Audrey Jordan & William Traynor (24 pp., Nov. 2012), appeared in Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Vol. 14, No. 3. Available at http://huduser.org/portal/periodicals/cityscape/vol14num3/Cityscape_Nov2012_addr_res_insta.pdf [14037]

  • "Affordability: An Evaluation of the Bloomberg Housing :Program and Recommendations to Strengthen Affordable Housing Policy" (61 pp., March 2013) has been published by The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development. Free copy available from them, 50 Broad St., #1125, NYC, NY 10004-2376, 212/747-1117, info@anhd.org, www.anhd.org [14094]

  • "An Improved Living Environment, but...," by Larry Buron, Chris Hayes & Chantal Hailey (9 pp., Jan. 2013), is available (no price given) from The Urban Inst., 202/833-7200, http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412762-An-Improved-Living-Environment-But.pdf [14042]

  • "CHA Residents and the Plan for Transformation," by Susan J. Popkin, Megan Gallagher, Chantal Hailey, Elizabeth Davies, Larry Buron & Chris Hayes (Jan. 2013, 6 pp.), is available (no price given) from The Urban Inst., 202/833-7200, http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412761-CHA-Residents-and-the-Plan-for-Transformation.pdf [14041]

  • "Chronic Violence: Beyond the Developments," by Chantal Hailey & Megan Gallagher (10 pp., Jan. 2013), is available (no price given) from The Urban Inst., 202/833-7200, http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412764-Chronic-Violence-Beyond-the-Developments.pdf [14044]

  • "Evicting Children," by Matthew Desmond, will appear in a mid-2013 issue of Social Forces. Inf. from the author, mdesmond@fas.harvard.edu [14079]

  • "Expanding Housing Opportunities Through Inclusionary Zoning: Lessons From Two Counties [Montgomery Cty, MD & Fairfax Cty, VA]," by Diane Levy, Gerrit J. Knapp, Kaitlin Franks, Jason K. Sartori, Kassie Bertumen, Mariela Garcia-Colberg & Martin D. Abravanel (140 pp., Dec. 2012), is available (no price listed) from The Urban Inst., 202/833-7200, http://huduser.org/Publications/pdf/HUD-496_new.pdf [14039]

  • "How Chicago's Public Housing Transformation Can Inform Federal Policy," by Susan J. Popkin (4 pp., Jan. 2013), is available (no price given) from The Urban Inst., 202/833-7200, http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412760-How-Chicagos-Public-Housing-Transformation-Can-Inform-Federal-Policy/pdf [14040]

  • "Improving the Lives of Public Housing's Most Vulnerable Families," by Susan J. Popkin & Elizabeth Davies (10 pp., Jan. 2013), is available (no price given) from The Urban Inst., 202/833-7200, http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412763-Improving-the-Lives-of-Public-Housings-Most-Vulnerable-Families.pdf [14043]

  • "Integration and Exclusion: Urban Poverty, Public Housing Reform and the Dynamics of Neighbohood Restructuring," by Robert J. Chaskin (30pp., May 2013), appeared in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Author can be contacted at jc3@uchicago.edu [14122]

  • "Mobility Works" is an April 2013 report from The Inclusive Communities Project, headed by PRRAC Bd. member Betsy Julian, with another PRRAC Bd. member, Demetria McCain, as a key Project staff member. Available (no price listed) from the Project, 3301 Elm St., Dallas, TX 75226, 214/939-9239 [13989]

  • "More Than a Quarter of Working Rental Households Spend at Least Half of Income on Housing" was the heading for the Center for Housing Policy's Housing Landscape 2013. Inf. from info@nhc.org [13973]

  • "Out of Reach 2013" (244 pp., 2013), from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley) is available free at www.nlihc.org. The Coalition is at 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [14091]

  • "PRRAC's Analysis of NLIHC's 'Out pf Reach 2013 Report" ' (4 pp., March 2013), a PRRAC Policy Brief, is available (free) from the Council, 1200 18th St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036, 202/906-8023, info@ [14092]

  • Pruitt-Igpe Myth is available in DVD form ($20.96), available for sale on http://firstrunfeatures.com/pruittigoedvd.html Inf. from Linnea Goderstad, 212/243-0600, x27, Linnea@firstrunfeatures.com [14073]

  • "Public and Subsidized Housing as a Platform for Becoming a United States Citizen," by John I. Carruthers, Natasha T. Duncan & Brigette S. Waldorf (31 pp., 20013), appeared in the Journal of Regional Science53(1). Authors contactable at jic@gwu.edu [14090]

  • "Public Housing Transformation and Crime: Making the Case for Responsible Relocation," by Susan J. Popkin, Michael J. Rich, Leah Hendey, Chris Hayes, Joe Parilla & George Galster, appeared in Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Vol. 14, No. 3. Available at http://w.huduser.org/portal/periodicals/cityscape/vol.14num3/Cityscape_Nov2012_pub_hous_trans.pdf [14038]

  • "Relocation Counselling and Supportive Services to Prevent Negative Spillover Effects: A Review," by David Varady & Reinout Kleinhans (21 pp., March 2013), appeared in Housing Studies 28(2). Authors contactable at david.varady@gmail.com and r.j.kleinhans@tudelft.nl [14128]

  • "Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Change: Real Neighborhoods Under the Microscope," by Claudia Coulton, Brett Theodos & Margery Austin Turner (36 pp., Nov. 2012), appeared in Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Vol. 14, No. 6. Available at http://www.huduser.org/portal/periodicals/cityscape/vol14num3/Cityscape_Nov2012_res_mobilty_neigh.pdf [14036]

  • "Residential Segregation, Socioeconomic Status, and Disability: A Study of Puerto Ricans in the U.S.," by Giovani Burgos & Fernando I. Rivera (2013[?]), is available (no price given) from The Center for Puerto Rican Studies, centroev=hunter.cuny.edu [13979]

  • "Six Months Post-Relocaton: Former Atlanta Public Housing Resident Views and Destination Neighborhood Characteristics" (12 pp., July 2011), from the Georgia St. Univ. Urban Health Initiative, is available (no price listed) via doakley@gsu.edu. Downloadable at http://www2.gsu.edu/FILES/SOC/RESEARCH_public_housing_sixnonthpost.edu [13999]

  • Social Justice in Diverse Suburbs: History, Politics, and Propects (2013) has been published by Temple Univ. Press. [14003]

  • "Special Report: The Complete Approach to Funding Affordable Housing" (8 pp., May 2013) is available from Housing Works RI, available at http://www.housingworksri.org/sites/default/files/SpecialReport-AH-Funding.pdf. Contact inf: 150 Washington St., #304, Providence, RI 02903, 401/276-4806, info@HousingWorksRI.org [14126]

  • "The Gentrification Trigger: Autonomy, Mobility, and Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing," by Rachel Godsil (21 pp., May 2013), appeared in Brooklyn Law Review, Vol. 78, No. 2, available at http://papers/ssrn.com/so13/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2271670 [14124]

  • "The Housing Characteristics of the Puerto Rican Population in the U.S.," by Anna Rosofsky (4 pp., April 2013), ia available (no price given) from the Ctr. for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY, 695 Park Ave., NYC, NY 10065, 212/772-5688. [13954]

  • "The Race to Get In, and the Struggle to Get Out: The Problem of Inter-Generatiional Poverty in Federal Housing Programs," by Matthew Shin (26 pp., 2012), appeared in 40Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y. [14120]

  • "Veterans Permanent Supportive Housing: Policy & Practice" is a 16-page, May 2013 Guide published by The Natl. Housing Conf. and the Ctr. for Housing Policy. Available at nhc.org/vetsguide [13991]

May/June 2013

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  • "Housing America's Future: New Directions for Housing Policy" is a 133-page, Feb. 2013 report from the Bipartisan Center's housing commission. Inf. (and possibly a copy) available from commission member Barry Zigas, 3335 Quesada St. NW, Wash., DC 20015, 202/966-1660. [13932]

March/April 2013

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  • "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing at HUD: A First Term Report Card (Part1:HUD Housing Programs" (Jan. 2012) is available at www.prrac.org/pdf/HUDFirstTermReportCard.pdf [13824]

  • City of American Dreams: A History of Home Ownership and Housing Reform in Chicago, 1871-1919, by Margaret Garb (280 pp., 2005, $25), has been published by Univ. of Chicago Press. [13807]

  • "Energy Transparency in the Multifamily Housing Sector: Assessing Energy Benchmarking and Disclosure Policies," by Andrea Krokowski & Andrew C. Burr (41 pp., Dec. 2012), is available at http://www.imt.org/uploads/resources/files/Energy_Trans_MFSector_IMT_Final. pdf [13838]

  • "Expanding Choice: Practical Strategies for Building a Successful Housing Mobility Program" (Feb. 2012), co-published by PRRAC and The Urban Institute, is available at www.prrac.org/projects/expandingchoice.php [13825]

  • "From Urban Renewal and Displacement to Economic Inclusion: San Francisco Affordable Housing Policy 1978-2012," by Marc Rosenblum & Wendy Sullivan (58 pp., 2012), a joint publication by PRRAC and The National Housing Law Project, is available TK [13821]

  • "From Urban Renewal and Displacement to Economic Inclusion: San Francisco Affordable Housing Policy 1978-2012," by Marcia Rosen & Wendy Sullivan (58 pp., 2012), a joint publication of PRRAC & The National Housing Law Project, is available TK [13822]

  • "Housing Spotlight: Who Lives in Federally Assisted Housing?" is a new (2012) publication from The National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley). Available (no price listed) from the Coalition, 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005 CHECK ADDRESS, 202/662-1530 and on their website: http://nlihc.org/sites/default/files/HousingSpotlight2-2pdf [13781]

  • "Louisville Metro Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Re-Housing Program: Evolution & Impact 2009-2012" is a 2012 report by the Louisville Urban League. Available (no price given) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204; downloadable at http:www.metropolitanhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/member_docs/HPRP%20Report%20Final.pdf [13814]

  • "Progress and Peril: A Status Report on the Compact for Home Opportunity" (Jan. 2013), tracking government's responses to the foreclosure crisis, is available at http://opportunityagenda.org/progress_peril [13836]

  • Tenants' Rights (aka The Green Book), 4th ed., 2012, is available (no price given) from The National Housing Law Project, 703 Market St., #2000, SF, CA 94103, 415/546-7000, x3110,sstern@nhlp.org [13790]

  • "The Importance of Representation in Eviction Cases and Homelessness Preventtion" (40 pp. + Apps., 2012) is available (no price given) from the Boston Bar Assn., 617/778-1902 [13802]

  • "The Importance of Representation in Eviction Cases and Homelessness Prevention" (40 pp. + Apps., 2012) is available (no price given) from the Boston Bar Assn., 617/778-1902. [13803]

  • The Pruit-Igoe Myth, an independently produced documentary, "tells the story of the transformation of the American city in the decades after World War II, through the lens of the Pruitt-Igoe housing development and the St. Louis residents who called it home."
    www.pruitt-igoe.com [13819]

January/February 2013

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  • "Housing Transitions and Low Birth Weight Among Low-Income Women: Longitudinal Study of the Perinatal Consequences of Changing Public Housing Policy," by Michael R. Kramer et al., appeared in the Dec. 2012 issue of The American Journal of Public Health, [13707]

  • "Losing Ground: The Struggle of Moderate-Income Households to Afford the Rising Costs of Housing and Transportation" is a 26-page Oct. 2012 report from the Center for Housing Policy & the Center for Neighborhood Technology. Available (no price given) from either org. -- 202/466-2121 (former), 773/278-4800 (latter). [13739]

  • "Profiles of Risk: Race and Housing Instability" is a 6-page, Nov. 2012 Research Brief, available (possibly free) from the Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness, 212/358-8086, x1204, I.Bazerjian@ICPHusa.org [13715]

  • Racial Democracy and the Black Metropolis: Housing Policy in Postwar Chicago, by Preston H. Smith II (433 pp., 2012), has been published by Univ. Minn. Press, www.unpress.umn.edu [13728]

  • The Affordable Housing Reader, eds. J. Rosie Tighe & Elizabeth J. Mueller (2013, ADD 3 PP AND PRICE), has been published by Routledge. [13700]

November/December 2012

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  • "Eviction and Reproduction of Urban Poverty" (46 pp.), by Matthew Desmond, appeared in Vol.118, No. 1 (July 2012) of The American Journal of Sociology [13644]

  • The House We Live In skillfully documents the history of housing discrimination and the role of government & other players in reinforcing residential segregation and unequal investment in communities. (PRRAC Bd. member john powell appears in it.) Inf. from Calif. Newsreel, 877/811-7495, www.newsreel.org [13672]

  • "The Rise of Residential Segregation by Income" (22 pp., Aug. 20120 is available (possibly free) from Pew Social & Demographic Trends, 1615 L St. NW, #700, Wash., DC 20036, 202/419-4372. www.pewsocialtrends.org [13645]

  • "The State of Fair Housing in Northeast Ohio" (35 pp., April 2012) is available (possibly free) from Krissie Wells, kwells@thehousingcenter.org, of the Housing Research & Advocacy Center, 3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-2, Cleveland, OH 44114, 216/361-9240. Available as well on their website, www.thehousingcenter.org [13646]

September/October 2012

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  • "Analyzing Foreclosures Among High-Income Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino Borrowers in Prince George's County, Maryland," by Katrin B. Anacker, James H. Carr, James H. Carr & Archana Pradhan (28 pp.), appeared in Vol. 39:1 (2012) of Housing and Society. [13603]

  • "Experience of People of Color, Women, and Low-Income Homeowners in the Home Affordable Modification Program," by Neil Mayer & Matt Piven (June? 2012), is available (possibly free) from the Urban Inst. Metropolitan Housing and Communities Ctr., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200. chk phone # [13591]

  • "Fostering Equitable Foreclosure Recovery" is a Jan. 2012 PolicyLink research brief, downloadable at www.nhi.org/go/FosteringEquitableForeclosureRecovery [13627]

  • "Imagining a Right to Housing, Lying in the Interstices," by Shelby D. Green (51 pp.), appeared in the Summer 2012 issue of Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy. [13578]

  • "Investors: The Missing Piece in the Foreclosure Racial Gap Debate," by John I. Gilderbloom, Joshua D. Ambrosius, Gregory D. Squires, Mattew J. Hanka & Zachery E. Kenitzer will appear in the Dec. 2012 issue of Journal of Urban Affairs -- available now on line. [13616]

  • "Is the Foreclosure Making Us Sick?," by Janet Currie & Erdal Tekin an Aug. 2011 Natl. Bureau of Economic Research study, is available at www.nber.org/papers/w17310 [13628]

  • "Predicting the Impact of the Housing Crisis and the 'Great Recession' on the Revenues of the Nation's Largest Central Cities," by Howard Chernick, Adam Langley & Andrew Reschovsky (2012?), is a working paper available (possibly free) from the Lincoln Inst. of Land Policy, 113 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138-3400, 800/526-3873, www.lincolninst.edu [13609]

  • "Renters' Tax Credit Would Promote Equity and Advance Balanced Housing Policy," by Barbara Sard & Will Fisher (43 pp., July 2012), is available (possibly free) from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Robert Greenstein), 820 First St. NE, #510, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080. [13615]

  • "Temporary Assistance for Needy Families: Update on Program Performance" is a June 2012 GAO report: http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-12-812T [13622]

  • The Encyclopedia of Housing, 2nd ed. has been published by Sage. Editor is Andrew T. Carswell, and among the 13 members of its Editorial Advisory Board is PRRAC Research Director Chester Hartman. In 2 volumes, 928 pp. in all, $375. [13630]

  • "The Housing Assistance Council Annual Report 2011" (13 pp.) is available (likely free) from HAC, l025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hac@ruralhome.org [13585]

  • Under Tents: Housing Rights in Haiti is dealing with the fact that 2 1/2 years after the massive earthquake there, nearly 400,000 people remain in displacement camps. It is demanding socially just housing policy from their government and support from donor countries. Inf. from Deepa Panchang, deepa.otherworlds@gmail.com, www.UnderTentsHaiti.com [13617]

July/August 2012

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  • "2012 Advocates' Guide to Housing and Community Development Policy" is available from The National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), 202/662-1530, x246, sarah@nlihc.org [13443]

  • "Expanding Our Understanding of the Housing Challenges Facing Low-Income Renters - Moving Forward" (May 2012), is available (likely free) from the Center for Housing Policy, 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036, info@nhc.org [13554]

  • Fair and Affordable Housing in the US: Trends, Outcomes, Future Directions, eds. Robert Mark Silverman & Kelly L. Patterson (2012[?], $28), has been published by Haymarket Books, PO Box 180165, Chicago, IL 60618, 773/583-7884, www.haymarketbooks.org [13456]

  • "Housing & Land: A Need for Transformative Demands" is a 5-page, May 2012 Right to the City's Transformative Demands Working Paper No. 1, available (possibly free) from Tony Romano, 404/593-5227, tony@righttothecity.org [13444]

  • "Louisville's Foreclosure Recovery: Understanding and Responding to the Impact of Forecolsure Sales" (10 pp., 2012[?]) is available (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858. [13487]

  • "Opening the Door to the Human Right to Housing," by Eric Tars & Deodonne Bhattarai accent over both e's in D...name (11 pp.), appeared in the Sept./Oct. 2011 issue of Clearinghouse Review-Journal of Poverty Law and Policy, 50 E. Washington St., #500, Chicago, IL 60602. Reprints may be available from authors, 202/638-2535, etars@nlchp.org, 207/266-7774, deodonne@gmail.com [13485]

  • "Overcoming Structural Barriers to Integrated Housing: A Back-to-the-Future Reflection on the Fair Housing Act's 'Affirmatively Further' Mandate," by Robert G. Schwemm (53 pp.), appeared in 100KyL.J.125 (2011-2012). [13526]

  • Rats, Riots, and Revolution: Black Housing in the 1960w, by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor (Jan. 2013, $16), will be published by Haymarket Books, PO Box 180165, Chicago, IL 60618, 773/583-7884, www.haymarketbooks.org [13452]

  • "Where Has All the Towers Gone? The Dismantling of Public Housing in U.S. Cities," by Edward Goetz, appears in Vol. 33, No. 3 of the Journal of Urban Affairs. The 21-page article study won the "Best Article" award at the Urban Affairs Association's recent annual meeting. Likely the author can get you a copy: egoetz@umn.edu [13440]

May/June 2012

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  • "A Spatial Analysis of Housing Vacancy in the United States, 2000-2111," by Justin Hollander, Colin Polsky, Dan Zinder & Dan Runfola is a 2011 Lincoln Inst. working paper, available at www.lincolninst.edu/pubs. [13421]

  • "Public Housing Transformation and Crime: Making the Case for Responsible Relocation," by Susan J. Popkin, Michael J. Rich, Leah Hendey, Chris Hayes & Joe Parilla (April 2012), is available (no price listed) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200, paffairs@urban.org, www.urban.org [13423]

March/April 2012

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  • "A good credit score did not protect Latino and black borrowers" is the heading of a short article in the Jan. 20, 2012 issue of the Economic Policy Institute Newsletter, reporting on research by Algernon Austin there. Inf. from him at EIP, 1333 H St. NW, #300 E. Tower, Wash., DC 20005, 202/331-5547. [13323]

  • Bank of America/Countrywide $335 Million Settlement: EPI Fellow Richard Rothstein argues that state and federal bank regulators share responsibility for discrimination against African-American and Hispanoc mortgage borrowers. His commentary available at http://www.epi.org/publication/bp335-boa-countrywide-discriminary-lending/ [13378]

  • "Ending Homelessness among Older Adults and Elders through Permanent Supportive Housing" (41 pp., Dec. 2011) is available (no price given) from Hearth, 1640 Washington St., Boston, MA 02118, agarmey@hearth-home.org [13345]

  • "Fostering Equitable Foreclosure Recovery," by Sarah Treuhaft, Kalima Rose & Jennifer Tran (24 pp., Jan. 2012), is available (no price listed) from PolicyLink, 1438 Webster St., #303, Oakland, CA 94612, 510/663-2333. [13359]

  • "More than a roof: Case studies [Montgomery Cty, MD; Louisville; Boston; San Diego; Portland, OR; Lynn, MA] of public housing agency," by Maya Brennan, Maya Brennan & Jeffrey Lubell, a 19-page, Jan. 2012 Issue Brief, is available (possibly free) from the National Housing Center, 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036, 202/466-2121, www.nhc.org [13310]

  • The Edge is the online magazine of HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research, providing a preview of their newly released research, periodicals, news and commentaries on housing and urban development issues. Available via HUD User, PO Box 23268, Wash., DC 20026-3268, 800/245-2691. [13320]

  • "The Right to Adequate Housing" (53 pp., 2011[?]) has been issued by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, NYC, NY 10017. [13386]

  • "The Role of Supportive Housing in Homeless Children's Well-Being: An Investigation of Child Welfare and Educational Outcomes," by Saahoon Hong & Kristine N. Piescher (31 pp., Winter 2012) is issue No. 11 of MiniLink -- Minnesota-Linking Infomation for Kids. Available (no price listed) from the Univ. of Minn. School of Social Work. [13282]

January/February 2012

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  • "American Murder Mystery Revisited: Do Housing Vouchers Households Cause Crime?" (35 pp., Oct. 2011) is available (no price given) from NYU's Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy, 139 MacDougal St., 2nd flr., NYC, NY 10012, 212/998-6713, www.furmancenter.org [13121]

  • "An Annual Look at the Housing Affordability Challenges of America's Working Families" (2011) is available (no price given) from Center for Housing Policy, 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036, 202/466-2121. [13173]

  • "FInding Common Ground: Coordinating Housing and Education Poliocy to Promote Integration," ed. Philip Tegeler (72 pp., Oct. 2011), is available from PRRAC: pdf at www.prrac.org; hard copies: $1/copy to cover postage; for bulk orders, contact egayles@prrac.org. Among th authors of the 10 articles: (PRRAC Soc. Sci. Adv. Bd. members) Stefanie DeLuca & Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, Ingrid Gould Ellen, David Rusk, Robert C. Embry, Jr. [13230]

  • "Housing Preservation Guide" (101 pp., n.d. [2011?]) is available (no price given) from the City of Seattle's Office of Housing, Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 Fifth Ave., #5700, Seattle, WA 98124-4725, 206/684-0721, Seattle.Housing@seattle.gov [13161]

  • "Housing Rights for All: Promoting and Defendin g Housing Rights in the United States" (4th ed., 2009, 159 pp.), A Resource Manual on International Law and the Human Right to Adequate Housing, is available (no price listed) from the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, info@nlchp.org, www.nlchp.org [13073]

  • "More Unequal and More Separate: Growth in the Residential Segegation of Families by Income, 1970-2009," by Sean F. Reardon & Kendra Bischoff (33 pp., Nov. 2011), is available (no price listed) from the Stanford Univ. Center for Education Policy Analysis, 520 Galvez Mall, CERAS Bldg., 5th flr., Stanford, CA 94305-3084, 650/736-1258. [13105]

  • "Rent Burden, Housing Subsidies and the Well-Being of Children," by Yumiko Aratani, Michelle Chau, Vanessa R. Wright & Sophia Addy (12 pp., Nov. 2011), is available from the National Center for Children in Poverty at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, http://www.nccp.org/publications/pub_1043.html [13193]

  • "Resilience in the Face of Foreclosures: Six Case Studies on Neighborhood Stabilization," by Roger L. Williams, Mark Weinheimer & James A. Brooks (38 pp., 2011?), is available (no price given) from The National League of Cities, 1301 Penn. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20004, 202/626-3000, The six cities are Camden, Dayton, Milwaukee, Oakland, Phoenix & Tampa. www.nlc.org [13181]

  • Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future is a relatively new entity. Its 9 member orgs. (to date) include the National Housing Trust, Mercy Housing and Volunteers of America. Contact them at 555 11th St. NW, #525, Wash., DC 20004, 202/737-5970. [13215]

November/December 2011

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  • "Dark Before the Storm: A Picture of Low Income Renters' Housing Needs before the Great Recession from the 2005-2007 American Community Survey," by Megan DeCrappeo & Danilo Pelletiere (19 pp., Feb. 2011) is available (possibly free) from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, www.nlihc.oeg [13011]

  • "How Government Housing Perpetuates Racial Segregation: Lessons from Post-Katrina New Orleans," by Stacy E. Seicshnaydre (54 pp.), appeared in the Spring 2011 issue (Vol. 60, No. 3) of Catholic University Law Review. [13020]

  • "Model Approaches to Providing Homes for Extremely Low Income Households" (27 pp., June 2011) is available (no price listed) from The Center for Community Changes, 1113 Cougar Ct., Frazier Park, CA 93225, wwww.communitychange.org/our-projects/htf [13040]

  • "The Foreclosure Crisis and Its Impact on Communiites of Color: Research and Solutions," by James H. Carr, Katrin B. Anacker & Michelle L. Mulcahy (55 pp., Sept. 2011), is available (no price listed) from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, 727 15th St. NW, #900, Wash., DC 20005. [13003]

  • The Housunbg Research and Advisory Service, "making it easier to get the information you need to develop effective housing solutions for your community," has been launched by the Center for Housing Policy. Inf. from the Center, 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036. [12967]

  • "The Hujsing and Neighborhood Conditions of America's Children: Patterns and Trends Over Four Decades," by C. Scott Holupka & Sandra J. Newman (31 pp.), appeared in the March 2011 Housing Policy Debate. Inf./possibly reprints from sjn@jhu.edu [12979]

  • The National Safe and Healthy Housing Coalition has a set of publications available. Contacgt Rick Nevin, 703/435-2725, rickneevin@verizon.net [13036]

  • "The Win/Win Solution: How Fixing the Housing Crisis Will Create One Million Jobs" (Aug. 2011) is downloadable at http://www.newebottomline.com/download_report_the_win_win_solution [12984]

  • "US Housing Insecurity and the Health of Very Young Children," by Diana Becker Cutts, by Diana Becker Cutts et al., is a 7-page article in the August 2011 issue of the American Journal of Public Health. [12964]

  • "US Housing Insecurity and the Health of Very Young Children" is a 7-page article in the August 2011 issue of the American Journal of Public Health. [12965]

  • "US Housing Insecurity and the Health of Very Young Children," by Diana Becker Cutts et al. (7 pp.) appeared in the Aug. 2011 issue of American Journal of Public Health. [13017]

September/October 2011

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  • "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in the District of Columbia" (10 pp. + Apps., June 2011), by the District of Columbia Advisory Commission to the US Commission on Civil Rights (a member of which is PRRAC Soc. Sci. Advisory Bd. member Gregory Squires), is available (likely free) from the US Commission on Civil Rights Eastern Regional Office, 624 9th St. NW, Wash., DC 20425. [12875]

  • "Affordable Housing in the District of Columbia: Where Are We Now?," by Benjamin Orr & Alice M. Rivlin (101 pp., July 2011), is available (no price listed) from The Brookings Institution, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036, 202/797-6139, www,brookings.edu [12917]

  • "Capital Needs in the Public Housing Program" (60 pp. + Apps.) is a Revised Final Report (Nov. 2010) prepared by Abt Associates fo HUD. Abt is reachable at 55 Wheeler St., Cambridge, MA 02138. It is downloadable at http://www.hud.gov -- click Program Offices, then Public and Indian Housing. [12860]

  • Directory of New York City Affordable Housing Programs (Beta) (Sept. 2011) is available (no price given) from the Inst. for Affordable Housing Policy of NYU's Furman Ctr. for Real Estate and Urban Policy. Contact them at furmancenter@nyu.edu [12951]

  • "HUD's Annual State of Fair Housing Report is available at" http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/documents/huddoc?id=ANNUALREPORTS2010.PDF [12932]

  • "Navigating Uncertain Waters: Mortgage Lending in the Wake of the Great Recession" (78 pp., Aug. 2011) is available from the Inst. for Affordable Housing Policy of NYU's Furman Ctr. for Real Estate & Urban Policy, furmancenter@nyu.edu [12935]

  • People Wasn't Made to Burn: A True Story of Housing, Race, and Murder in Chicago, by Joe Allen (328 pp., June 2011, $22.95), has been published by Haymarket Books. Available from Teaching for Change, 800/763-9131. [12914]

  • "Profiles of Risk: Characterizing Housing Instability" is a 4-page, June 2011 Research Brief, available (possibly free) from the Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness, www.ICPHusa.org [12865]

  • "Stagte of New York City's Affordable Housing" (55 pp., Sept. 2011) is available (no price given) from the Inst. for Affordable Housing Policy of NYU's Furman Ctr. for Real Estate and Urban Policy. Contact them at furmancenter@nyu.edu [12950]

  • "Study of the Fair Housing Initiatives Program" (63 pp. + Apps., May 2011), a consultant study for HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research, is available at www.huduser.org/Publications/pdfFHIP_2011.pdf [12850]

  • Tenant Talk, published by the National Low Income Housing Coalition O(whose ED is a former PRRAC Bd. member) provides infofmration on relevant federal government actions. Subscribe via outreach@nlihc.org, or 202/662-1530, x316. [12909]

  • "The 2010 Annual Report of the Oak Park Regional Housing Center" is available (possibly free) from the Center, 1041 So. Boulevard, Oak Park, IL 60302, 708/848-7150. [12898]

  • "Where Kids Go: The Foreclosure Crisis and Mobility in Washington, DC," by Jennifer T. Comey & Michael Grosz (14 pp., 2011[?]), is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200 CHK ADDRESS [12884]

July/August 2011

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  • "End Game: Understanding the Bitter End of Evictions," by Michael D. Gottesman is a 68-page, 2007 article that appeared in (Yale) Student Scholarship Papers48. Available at http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/student_papers/48 [12820]

  • "Housing Rights for All: Promoting and Defending Housing Rights in the United States" (5th ed., 2011, 151 pp.) is available (no price listed) from the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, info@nlchp.org, www.nlchp.org [12803]

  • "The Impact of Housing Vouchers on Renters' Neighborhood Satisfaction: Understanding the Perceptions and Constraints among Assisted and Unassisted Renters," by Lauren M. Ross, a 30-page paper presented at the March 2011 American Housing Survey Users Conference, is available from the author, Dept. Sociology, Temple Univ. Gladfelter Hall, 7th flr., 1115 W. Berks St., Phila., PA 19122, Lmross@temple.edu [12793]

May/June 2011

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  • ""The Impact of Source of Income Laws on Voucher Utilization and Locational Outcomes," by Lance Freeman (PRRAC Soc. Sci. Adv. Bd. member ???(64 pp., Feb. 2011), is available (likely free) from HUD USER, 800/245-2691, www.huduser.org [12652]

  • "An Annual Look at the Housing Affordability Chllenges of America's Working Households," by Keith Wardrip (8 pp., 2011), is available (possibly free) from the Center for Housing Policy, 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036, 202/466-2121, chp-feedback@nhc.org, www.nhc.org [12684]

  • Forging a New Housing Policy: Opportunity in the Wake of Crisis, eds. Christopher Niedt & Marc Silver (70 pp., 2011), is available (no price listed) from the National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra Univ., 516/463-6600 [12687]

  • "Housing in America: The Next Decade," by John K. McIlwain (29 pp., March[?] 2011), is available (no price given) from The Urban Land Institute, 1025 Thomas Jefferson St. NW, #500W, Wash., DC 20007-5201. [12746]

  • "The Role of Affordable Housing in Creating Jobs and Stimulating Economic Growth: Evidence in Brief," by Keith Wardrip, Laura Williams & Suzanne Hague (4 pp., Jan. 2011), is available (possibly free) from The Center for Housing Policy, 1900 M St. NW, #200, Wash., DC 20036, 202/466-2121, chp-feedback@nhc.org. A companion, 20-page, Jan. 2011 "Review of the Literature," by the same 3 authors, is also available. www,nhc.org [12664]

  • "Welfare Use by Immigrant Households with Children: A Look at Cash, Medicaid, Housing, and Food Programs," by Steven A. Camarota (April 2011), is available (possibly free) from the author, 202/466-8185, sac@cis.org [12720]

March/April 2011

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  • ""Building Capacity, Building Homes:"" is the theme of the Fall 2010 issue ofRural Voices, the quarterly magazine of The Housing Assistance Council. The 19-page issue is free (as is an organizational subscription) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600,hac@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [12573]

  • ACS Data for Places Under 20,000, covering 2005-2009 American Community Survey data on housing and other topics, are available at http://factfinder.census.gov [12530]

  • "California Renters in Foreclosure Crisis," a Jan. 2011 report from the statewide organization Tenants Together, is available from them (no price given), 415/495-8100, info@tenantstogether.org. Downloadable at http://www.tenantstogether.org/article.php?id=1808 [12544]

  • "Challenges and Policy Options for Creating and Preserving Affordable Housing Near Transit and in Other Location-Efficient Areas," by Rick Haughey & Ryan Sherriff (39 pp., Dec. 2010), from the Center for Housing Policy and the National Housing Conference, is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200, publicaffairs@urban.org, www.urban.org [12503]

  • "Connecting Residents of Subsidized Housing with Mainstream Supportive Services: Challenges and Recommendations," by Rebecca Cohen (30 pp., Dec. 2010), is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200, publicaffairs@urban.org, www.urban.org [12501]

  • "How Local Public Administrators, Nonprofit Providers and Elected Officials Perceive Impediments to Fair Housing in the Suburbs: An Analysis of Erie County, New York," by Kelly L. Patterson & Robert Mark Silverman appeared in Housing Policy Debate (Jan. 2011, 24 pp.) [12505]

  • "Legislative Responses to the Foreclosure Crisis in Nonjudicial States," by Daniel Immergluck, Frank S. Alexander, Katie Balthrop, Philip Schaeffing & Jesse Clark (46 pp., Jan. 2011), is available at http://papers.ssrn.com/so13/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1749609. Lead author Immergluck is reachable at 404/385-7214. [12516]

  • "Outperforming and Market: Delinquency and Foreclosure Rates in Community Land Trusts," by Emily Thaden & Greg Rosenberg, is a 6-page article in the Oct. 2010 issue of Land Lines, the magazine of The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 113 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138-3400, 800/526-3873. [12563]

  • "Solving the Housing Problem: A Note on the Comparison of U.S. and Soviet Housing Statistics for the Period 1913 to 1980," by Toby Terrar is a 22-page article from Vol. 13, No. 2 (1989) of Housing Science. May be available from the author, 301/598-5427, TobyTerrar@aol.com [12598]

  • "The Fair Share Housing Measure" is the theme of the Fall 2010 issue of The Housing Journal, "Planning for Affordable Housing in Delaware," available (no price listed) from the Delaware Housing Coalition, PO Box 1633, Dover, DE 19903-1633, 302/678-2286, dhc@housingforall.org, www.housingforall.org [12532]

  • "The Four Horsemen of the Fair Housing Apocalypse: A Critique of Fair Housing Policy in the USA" (18 pp., 2011), appeared in the Journal of Critical Sociology. [12506]

  • "The Institute for Community Economics 2010 Annual Report" (focusing on Community Land Trusts) is available (likely free) from 1101 30th St. NW, #400, Wash., DC 20007, 202/333-8931, www.nhtinc.org/ice.php [12517]

  • "The State of Fair Housing in Louisville: Impediments and Improvements" (11p., 2011) is available (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, www.metropolitanhousing.org [12497]

  • "Worst Case Housing Needs 2009: A Report to Congress" (78 pp., Feb. 2011) is available (no price given) from HUD USER, 800/245-2691, http://www.huduser.org/portal/publications/affhsg/wc_HsgNeeds09.html [12570]

January/February 2011

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  • Bringing Buildings Back, 2nd ed., by Alan Mallach ($29.95), has been published by Rutgers Univ. Press. [12419]

  • "Improving Neighborhood Location Outcomes in Housing Choice Voucher Programs," by Mary Cunningham, Molly M. Scott, Chris Narducci, Sam Hall & Alexandra Stanczyk (19 pp., Sept. 2010) is available from The Urban Institute, www.urban.org/publications/412230.html [12461]

  • "Neighbourhood Restructuring & Resident Relocation: Context, Choice and Consequence" (42 pp., Nov. 2010) is available (no price given) from OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment, Delft Univ. of Technology, Jaffalaan 9, 2628 BX Delft, The Netherlands, +31-(0)15 278 3005, www.otb.tudelft.nl [12465]

  • "Paying More for the American Dream IV" (May 2010), examining the mortgage lending patternsof banks, including the nation's four largest financial instituions in the Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, LA, NYC and Rochester metropolitan areas, is available (no price given) from the California Reinvestment Coalition, 474 Valencia St., #230, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980, www.calreinvest.org [12396]

  • "Proposals to Cut Domestic Programs Threaten Loss of Housing Assistance for Thousands of Low-Income Families," by David Lara & Douglas Rice, a Nov. 2010 paper, is available (likely free) from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 820 First St. NW, #510, Wash., DC 20002, fulton@cbpp.org [12430]

  • "Rebuilding Neighborhoods, Restoring Health" is a 2010 report from the California Reinvestment Coalition, based on a 400-resident survey of the health impacts of foreclosure in two Oakland neighborhoods. Available at http://www.acphd.org/AXBYCZ/Admin/DataReports/rebuild_restore_execsumm_sep2010.pdf. The Coalition is at 474 Valencia St., #230, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980. [12395]

  • The Fair Housing Five and the Haunted House is an 18-page illustrated children's book, just published (Nov. 2010) by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center. More inf. or to purchase the book: http://www.fairhousingfive.org or Hannah Adams at GNOFHAC, 504/717-4571, hadams@gnofairhousing.org [12421]

November/December 2010

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  • "2010 State of Metropolitan Housing Report" (on the Louisville metropolitan area) is available (likely free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204-4533, 502/584-6858, www.MetropolitanHousing.org [12219]

  • "A National Tragedy: HMDA Data Highlight Homeownership Setbacks for African Americans and Latinos" is a Sept. 2010 Issue Brief available (likely free) from the Center for Responsible Lending, www,responsiblelending.org [12232]

  • Addressing Housing Needs in Indian Communities was the subject of an Aug. 25 hearing in S. Dakota by the U.S. Senate Committees on Banking and on Indian Affairs. Written testimony is posted at http://banking.senate.gov (click Hearings) [12202]

  • "Federal Legislation to Promote Metropolitan Approaches to Educational and Housing Opportunity," by Elizabeth DeBray-Pelot & Erica Frankenberg is a 21-page article in the Spring 2010 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy. Available from the authors, CH ADD.... [12237]

  • "Foundation for Success? A Review of New Research on the Effects of Homeownership on Children," by Maya Brennan (6 pp., Oct, 2010), is available (likely free) from The Center for Housing Policy, www.nhc.org [12235]

  • "Housing & Community Development Grantseekers Guide" (2010) is available, free, via downloading: http://www.cdpublications.com/pcodeprocess/pcodes.php?pc=F112 [12198]

  • "Housing and Community Grants: HUD Needs to Enhance Its Requirements and Oversight of Jurisdictions' Fair Housing Plans" is a 53-page, Sept. 2010 GAO report (GAO-10-905), available at www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-905 [12213]

  • Housing and ESC Rights Law Quarterly is published by COHRE (Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, 83, rue de Montbrillant, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, +41(0)22 734 1028, elaine@cohre.org, www.cohre.org [12246]

  • "Housing Policy Is School Policy: Economically Integrative Housing Promotes Academic Success in Montgomery County, Maryland," by Heather Schwartz (57 pp., Oct. 2010), a Century Foundation Report, is available (possibly free) from them, 1333 H St. NW, 10th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/387-0400. [12209]

  • "Hurricane Katrina: How Will Mississippi Turn the Corner? An Interim Report on Housing Recovery" (21 pp., July 2010) is available from the Mississippi Center for Justice, www.mscenterforjustice.org [12203]

  • "Integrated Effort to Fight Housing, School Barriers" appeared on (Oct. 2010) on the "Remapping Debate" news and commentary site sponsored by the NY Antidiscrimination Center. Available at http://remappingdebate.org/article/integrated-effort-fight-housing-school-barriers [12312]

  • "Neighborhood Stabilization Program: Innovative Development Strategies for Very Low-Income Housing" (34 pp., Oct. 2010) is published by and available from the National Houusing Law Project, www.nhlp.org [12324]

  • "Paying More for the American Dream IV: The Decline of Prime Mortgage Lending in Communities of Color" (2010?), a joint annual report by 8 housing groups from different parts of the nation, is downloadable at www.nhi.org.go/Woodstock/AmericanDream [12282]

  • "Private Money, Public Housing: Will PETRA Work?" is a series of articles -- by Rachel G. Bratt, a group of urban affairs academics, (PRRAC Bd. member) Sheila Crowley, Michael Kane, Damaris Reyes/DeAngelo Bester/Liz Ryan Murray, Radhika Fox/Kalima Rose, Rep. Maxine Waters, HUD Asst. Sec. Sandra Henriquez (interviewed), Peter Dreier -- in the Summer 2010 issue of Shelterforce, the quarterly Natl. Housing Inst. magazine. $7.50 from NHI, 60 S. Fullerton Ave., #206, Montclair, NJ 07042. [12279]

  • Public Housing That Worked: New York in the Twentieth Century, by Nicholas Dagen Bloom (2008), has been published by Univ. of Pennsylvania Press. [12225]

  • "Racial Segregation and the American Foreclosure Crisis," by Jacob S. Rugh & Douglas Massey (23 pp.) appeared in the Oct. 2010 Americal Sociological Review. 609/258-5988 for cc. or download at wws.princeton.edu/news/Massey_Rugh_Foreclosure/10ASR10_629-651_massey-(2)%5b4%5d.pdf [12297]

  • "Rental Housing Market Conditions Measures 2009" (Oct. 2010), a Census Bureau American Community Survey Brief, is available (along with 11 other new installments) at www.census.gov/acs/www/data_documents/acs_briefs/ [12302]

  • "The Chicago Housing Authority's Plan for Transformation: What Does the Research Show So Far?," by Lawrence J. Vale & Erin Graves (113 pp., June 2010), is available at web.mit.edu/dusp/dusp_extension_unsec/people/faculty/ljv/vale_macarthur_2010.pdf [12303]

  • "The State of Fair Housing: Annual Report on Fair Housing FY 2009," from HUD, is downloadable at www.nhi.org/go/HUD/FairHousingReport [12280]

September/October 2010

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  • "2009 American Housing Survey data," collected every 2 yrs. by the Census Bureau and HUD, are available in print or disk at 301/763-4636 and are online at www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/ahs/ahsdata09.html [12154]

  • "An Examination of the Social and Physical Environment of Public Housing Developments in Two Chicago Developments in Transition" is a 2010 Urban Inst. study linking distressed public housing to poor mental health. Available at www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412134-chicago-public-housing.pdf [12094]

  • "Boomerang Homeless Families: Aggresive Rehousing Policies in New York City" (3 pp., Summer 2010) is available (possibly free) from the Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness, www.icpny.org [12072]

  • "Evictions in Milwaukee County 2008-2009: Estimating the Impact of Aid from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act," by Matthew Desmond, a 4-page, July 2010 Policy Report prepared for Community Advocates of Milwaukee, is available (likely free) from the author, Harvard Univ. Society of Fellows, 78 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 608/335-3101, mdesmond@ssc.wisc.edu [12151]

  • "More Than Just a Roof Over My Head: Housing for People Living with HIV/AIDS around the World" (54 pp., July 2010) has been released by the International AIDS Housing Roundtable. Inf./copies from 202/347-0333, lola@nationalaidshousing.org [12101]

  • Preserving Public Housing: Issues and Options, a recent policy discussion series held by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Robert Greenstein), is available, in audio highlight form, from Douglas Rice athe Center, 202/408-1080, and is on the Center's website CHK ACCURACY, www.cbpp.org [12172]

  • Residents' Journal is a quarterly(?) publication distribured free to all Chicago low-income residents, including public housing tenants. $25/yr. for others: 4859 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60615, 773/726-5780. The Spring 2010 issue contains a special report on New Orleans in the years after Hurricane Katrina.ethan@wethepeoplemedia.org [12074]

  • "The Anti-Chinese Cubic Air Ordinance," by Joshua S. Yang, is a 1-page article in the March 2009 American Journal of Public Health, using public health arguments to support anti-immigrant, racist motivations in late 19th Century San Francisco. Reprint available from Dr. Yang, 530 Parnassus Ave, #360, SF, CA 94143, joshua.yang@ucsf.edu [12078]

  • The Community Land Trusts Reader, ed. John Emmeus Davis (616 pp., 2010, $35) is available from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 113 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138, www.lincolninst.edu [12098]

  • "The Latent and Sequential Costs of Being Poor: An Exploration of Housing, Poverty & Public Policy," by Joanna Duke-Lucio, Laura R. Peck & Elizabeth A. Segal (2010) is available at www.psocommons.org/ppp/vol2/iss2/art4 [12063]

  • "The Preservation Guide: Federal Housif and Homelessness Plans -- Potetial Tools in the Affordable Housing Preservation Toolbox" (58 pp., April 2010) is available (possibly free) from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), 727 15th St., NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, www.nlihc.org [12073]

  • "Who Can Afford to Live in Delaware?" (2010) is available (possibly free) from the Delaware Housing Coalition, PO Box 1633, Dover, DR 19903-1633, 302/678-2286; downloadable at www.housingforall.org [12137]

  • "Why Affordable Housing Isn't Enough" (7 pp., June(?) 2010) is available (possibly free) from Housing Rights, Inc., PO Box 12895, Berkeley, CA 94712, 510/548-8776. [12068]

July/August 2010

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  • ""SEVRA": Housing Voucher Reform Bill Would Update and Streamline Program - But Deregjulation Provision Holds Significant Risks," by Will Fisher (11 pp., May 2010 rev. version), is available (possibly free) from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 820 First St. NE, #510, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080, www.cbpp.org/files/9-22-09.hous.pdf [12019]

  • "(Un)Safe at Home: The Health Consequences of Sub-standard Farm Labor Housing," by Don Villarejo, Marc Schenker, Ann Moss Joiner & Allan Parnell (54 pp., Dec. 2009), is available (possibly free) from California Rural Legal Assistance (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Jose Padilla), 631 Howard St., #300, SF, CA 94105, www.crla.org [12002]

  • "2010 Report:: California Tenants in Foreclosure Crisis" has been published by Tenants Together, California's statewide organization for renter rights. Available at tenantstogether.org/downloads/2010%20Report%20California%20Renters%20in%the%20Foreclosure%20Crisis.pdf [12041]

  • "A Count of Vacant Condos in Select NYC Neighborhoods" (65 pp., June 2010) is available (possibly free) from the Right to the City-New York City Alliance, c/o FUREE, 81 [CHK 3 -CD BE 61] Willloughby St., #701, Brooklyn, NY 11201, 718/888-6715, [12011]

  • "Are We Home Yet? Creating Real Choice for Housing Choice Voucher Families in Chicago" (17 pp. + Figs., 2010), from the Illinois Assisted Housing Action Research Project, is available (lkkely free) at www.housingactionil.org/ [11995]

  • "Countering Discrimination in Mortgage Lending in America: An NAACP Guide to Fair Lending" (9 pp., May 2010) is available at www.naacp.org/advocacy/economic/index,htm [12031]

  • "Fair Housing for All: The Disparate Response to Latino Housing in Federick County, MD" (12 pp., June 2010) is available (possibly free) from The Equal Rights Center, 11 Dupont Circle, #450, Wash., DC 20036, 202/234-3082, www.equalrightscenter.org [12010]

  • Fair Housing News is a periodical from the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Support Center; possibly free, from 321 S. Plymouth Ct., #800, Chicago, IL 60604, 312/987-2397,fairhousingcenter@jmls.edu [11971]

  • "Foreclosure in the Nation's Capital: How Unfair and Reckless Lending Undermines Homeownership" (26 pp., March 2010) a working paper is available (possibly free) from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, 725 15th St. NW, #900, Wash., DC 20005, www.ncrc.org [12017]

  • "Housing Strategic Plan, FY 2010-2015" (76 pp.) is available at www.hud.gov/strategicplan [11996]

  • "Illegal Trailer Park Grows Into a Community" is a June 5, 2010 Los Angeles Times story about the positive developments at Duroville, the Riverside County, CA trailer park on Native American land that was saved from eviction/destruction by the forceful ruling from Federal Judge Stephen G. Larson -- as recounted in the May/June 2009 P&R, p. 12. If you have trouble finding the LA Times story, we can send you a copy if you provide a SASE. [12039]

  • "Making Real the Desegregating Promise of the Fair Housing Act: 'Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing' Comes of Age," by Michael Allen & Craig Gurian appeared in the March/April 2010 issue of Cldearinghouse Review, available at www.povertylaw.org/clearinghouse-review/issues/2010/2010-march-april-clearinghouse-review/gurian [12043]

  • "MAY BE DUP We Call These Projects Home: Solving the Housing Crisis from the Ground Up" (82 pp., May 2010), from the Right to the City Alliance, is available (likely free) from Advancement Project, www.advancementproject.org/digital-library-publications [12018]

  • "Out of Reach 2010" has been published by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (whose President, Sheila Crowley, is a PRRAC Bd. member) in collaboration with the Housing Assistance Council. Again this year, there is no county in the U.S. in which a full-time minimum-rage workers can afford even a one-bedroom apartment at HUD's Fair Market Rent. Available (no price listed) from the Coalition, 727 15th St. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, taylor@nlihc.org [11977]

  • "Staying Home: The Rights of Renters Living in Foreclosed Propereties" (68 pp., June 2010) summarizes the results of a 50-state survey of state laws passed since early 2009. Available (possibly free) from the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, etars@nlchp.org, www.nlchp.org [12009]

  • The Coli nias Reader: Economy, Housing, and Public Health in U.S.-Mexico Border Colonias, eds. Angela J. Donelson & Adrian X. Esparza (296 pp., 2010, $24.95), has been published by Univ. of Arizona Press, 520/621-3920, holly@uapress.arizona.edu www.upress.arizona.edu [11993]

  • The Community Land Trust Reader, ed. John Emmeus Davis (616 pp., 2010, $35), has been published by the Lincoln Institute, www.lincolninst.edu [11976]

  • "The Geography of Opportunity: Mapping to Promote Equitable Community Development and Fair Housing in King County, WA" (12 pp. + App., April 2010), commissioned by the Northwest Justice Project and produced by the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity (headed by PRRAC Bd. member john powell), is available (likely free) from the Kirwan Inst., 433 Mendenhall Laboratory, 125 S. Oval Mall, Ohio St. Univ., Columbus, OH 43210, 614/688-5429, www.kirwaninstitute.org [11984]

  • "The State of Fair Housing in Northeast Ohio: April 2010," by Jeffrey Dillman, Samantha Hoover & Carrie Pleasants (36 pp.), is available (possibly free) from the Housing Research & Advocacy Center, 3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-2, Cleveland, OH 44114, 216/361-9240, jdillman@thehousingcenter.org [11997]

  • "We Call These Projects Home: Solving the Housing Crisis from the Ground Up," a 75-page, May 2010 Right to the City Alliance Report on Public Housing, is available (no price listed) from Anita Sinha, Advancement Project, 1220 L St. NW, #850, Wash., DC 20005, 202/728-9557, x323; downloadable at rept.yousendit.com/866405359/c2722dbfcbe19cc2f0dcca5bbf7eed55 www.advancementproject.org [11981]

May/June 2010

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  • "A New Way Forward: Finding a More Sustainable Strategy for Examining Homeownership" (Feb. 2010) was presented at a Center for American Progress panel discussion; available at www.nhi.org/go/CAPNewWayForward/ [11919]

  • "A Path to Homeownership: Building a More Sustainable Strategy for Expanding Homeownership," by Rick Jacobus & David Abromowitz (2010), is available on the National Housing Inst. website, www.nhi.org/go/CAP/Path/ [11918]

  • "Are We Home Yet? Creating Real Choice for Housing Choice Voucher Families in Chicago" (28 pp., Feb. 2010), from a collaboration of policy groups, is available from the Illinois Housing Action Research Project. Available from the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law (one of the collaborating groups), www.povertylaw.org/ [11945]

  • "Extending Credit to Lower-Income Americans Safely and Fairly," by Eugene Ludwig, former Comptroller of the Currency (1993-98), an April 2010 2-pager, is available (likely free) from the Center for American Progress, 1333 H St. NW, 10th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/692-1611, CHECK/ADD [11915]

  • "Foreclosure Rescue Scams: A Nightmare Complicating the American Dream" is a March 2010 report from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. Available (no price given)from NCRC's David Berenbaum, 202/464-2731. [11949]

  • "Homeownership Done Right: What Experience and Research Teaches Us," by David Abromowitz & Janneke Ratcliffe (13 pp., April 2010) is available (possibly free) from the Center for American Progress, 1333 H St. NW, 10th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/682-1611, www.americanprogress.org [11907]

  • "How Transportation Reform Could Increase the Availability of Housing Affordable to Families with a Mix of Incomes Near Public Transit, Job Centers, and Other Essential Destinations," by Jeffrey Lubell & Emily Salomon (14 pp., Jan. 2010) is available (no price given) from the National Housing Conference & Center for Housing Policy, 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006 [11950]

  • "Lands in Trust, Homes That Last: A Performance Evaluation of the Champlain [VT] Housing Trust," by John Emmeus Davis & Alice Stokes (2010[?]) is available from 802/651-0730. [11911]

  • "NCRC HAMP Modification Survey 2010" is a March 2010 report from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition on the Administration's foreclosure relief Home Affordable Modification Program. Available (no price given)from NCRC's David Berenbaum, 202/464-2731. [11948]

  • Pace Law Review 30:1, Fall 2009 is devoted to the housing crisis. Available (no price given) from Pace Law School, 78 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603, 914/442-4205. [11940]

  • "Regional Coordination in Atlanta Metro and in the Twin Cities: Understanding the Challenges and Opportunities of Coordinating, Housing, Transportation and Workforce Policies," by Emily Salomon & Lynn Ross (12 pp., Jan. 2010) is available (no price given) from the National Housing Conference & Center for Housing Policy, 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006. [11951]

  • "Rx for Hunger: Affordable Housing" (6 pp., Dec. 2009) is available (possibly free) from Children's Health Watch/Medical-Legal Partnership, Boston. 617/414-6393 ADD INF??? [11888]

  • Standing Up for Yourself in Rent Court is available (no price given) from the Public Justice Center, 1 N. Charles St., #200 CHK SUITE #, Baltimore, MD 21201, 410/625-9409, info@publicjustice.org [11941]

  • The Housing Journal is the very informative quarterly publication of the Delaware Housing Coalition, PO Box 1633, Dover, DE 19903-1633, 302/678-2286, dhc@housingforall.org, www.housingforall.org [11912]

  • "Transforming Rental Housing, a new HUD initiative," is the subject of a new HUD initiative, from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, headed by (former PRRAC Board member) Robert Greenstein. Available at www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm?fa=view&id=3123 [11900]

  • "Weathering the Storm: Have IDAs Helped Low-Income Homebuyers Avoid Foreclosure?," by Ida Rademacher, McKernan Signe-Mary, Caroline Ratcliffe & Megan Gallagher (16 PP., April 2010), is available (possibly free) from the Corporation for Enterprise Development, 1200 G St. NW, #400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/408-9788, www.cfed.org [11908]

March/April 2010

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  • A New Way Home: Sharing Equity to Build Wealth, a 2008 video from NeighborWorks America, can be downloaded for free (as well as inf. on ordering hard copies) from www.nw.org [11832]

  • Blueprint for Disaster: The Unravling of Chicago Public Housing, by D. Bradford Hunt (380 pp., 2009, $35), has been published by Univ. of Chicago Press. [11834]

  • "Democracy (In)Action: How HUD, NYCHA and Official Structures Undermine Resident Participation in New York City Public Housing," a Jan. 2010 report from Community Voices Heard, is available from vincent@cvhaction.org [11860]

  • "Fair Credit and Fair Housing in the Wake of the Subprime Lending and Foreclosure Crisis," a Fb. 2010 report from the Kirwan Inst. for the Study of Race and Ethnicity (headed by PRRAC Bd. member john powell) is available at www.fairrecovery.org [11859]

  • "HUD's Moving-to-Work Demonstration" is the subject of a Jan. 2010 report from the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Robert Greenstein); available at www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm? [11851]

  • "Native American Housing: Tribes Generally View Block Grant Program Effective, but Tracking of Infrastructure Plans and Investments Needs Improvement" is a Feb. 25, 2010 GAO report, available at www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-10-326 [11856]

January/February 2010

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  • Fair Housing Stewardship Program, run by the Fair Housing Rights Center in Southeastern Pennsylvania (and funded by HUD) trains HS students to become Fair Housing Stewards. Inf. from Angela McIver, 215/576-7711, x10, [11792]

  • "Housing shortage for extremely low-income renters" A late 2009 report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley) shows that the shortage of units affordable for renters with incomes under 30% of the area median grew from 2.7 million units in 2007 to 3.1 million in 2008. There were only 37 rental units affordable and available for every 100 ELI renter households in 2008. Contact them at 202/662-1530. Report available at www.nlihc.org/detail/article/cfm?article_id=6604&id=48 [11813]

  • "Rx for Hunger: Affordable Housing" is a Dec. 2009 report from Children's HealthWatch and Medical Legal Partnership Boston. Available (no price listed) from laura@thehatchergroup.com [11815]

  • "The 2008 Annual Report" of the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley) is available (likely free) from them, 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, www.nlihc.org [11793]

November/December 2009

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  • "Family Mobility and Neighborhood Change: New Evidence and Implications for Community Initiatives," by Claudia Coulton, Brett Theodos & Margery Austin Turner (45 PP., nOV. 2009), is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/833-7200, www.urban.org [11725]

  • "Housing Rights for All: Promoting and Defending Housing Rights in the United States" is "A Resource Manual on International Law and the Human Right to Adequate Housing" (4th edition, 2009, 159 pp.), from the Centre on Housihg Rights and Eviction (COHRE) and the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty; available (possibly free) from the latter organization, 1411 K St. NW< #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, info@nlchp.org, www.nlchp.org [11710]

  • "New Homes, New Neighborhoods, New Schools: A Progress Report on the Baltimore Housing Mobility Program," by Lora Engdahl (52 pp., Oct. 2009), is available from PRRAC. [11726]

  • Rural Voices, the monthly free magazine of the Housing Assistance Council, devotes its Sept. 2009 issue to "Making Housing Fair: Rural Enfcrcement and Collaboration." Copies of the 27-page issue are available from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. [11712]

  • "The 2009 State of Metropolitan Housing Report," from the (Louisville) Metropolitan Housing Coalition, is available (likely free) from the Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858. [11713]

  • The Housing Policy Revolution: Networks and Neighborhoods, by David Erickson (2009), has been published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. [11695]

  • "There Is No Place Like Home: Revisiting Our Commitment to Housing the P:oor" (12 pp., Feb. 2009) is available (possibly free) from the National Economic & Social Rights Initiative, 90 John St., #308, NYC, NY 10038, 212/253-3710, www.nesri.org [11718]

  • "Without Housing: Decades of Federal Housing Cutbacks, Massive Homelessness, and P:olicy Failures" (65 pp., n.d. [2009?], is available (no price listed) from the Western Regional Advocacy Project, 2940 16th St., #200-2, San Francisco, CA 94103, wrap@wraphome.org, www.wraphome.org [11708]

September/October 2009

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  • Alliance Alert is the newsletter of the Alliance for Healthy Homes, afhh@afhh.org. Latest (Aug.) issue available at affh.org/res/res_pubs/alert_aug09.pdf [11623]

  • "Community Housing Partnership" "creates, implements and demonstrates solutions to homelessness in San Francisco by working in partnership with people who would otherwise be without a home." Their 2009 annual report is available (likely free) from 280 Turk St., SF, CA 94102, 415/929-2470, info@chp-sf.org www.chp-sf.org [11615]

  • "Connecting Families to Opportunity: A Resource Guide for Housing Choice Voucher Program Administrators," by Kami Kruckenberg, Jason Small, Philip Tegeler, Philip Tegeler, Philip Tegeler & Mariana Arcaya (40 pp., n.d. [2009], is available (possibly free) from PRRAC, 1015 15th St. NW, #400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/906-8023, www.prrac.org [11612]

  • "Creating Mixed-Income Developments in Chicago: Developer and Service Provider Perspectives," by Mark L. Joseph is forthcoming in Housing Policy Debate. Contact Prof. Joseph for a copy, [11677]

  • "Early Resident Experiences at a New Mixed-I come Development in Chicago," by Mark L. Joseph appeared in the Journal of Urban Affairs (2008). Joseph is on the Case Western Reserve faculty. [11597]

  • "Far From Home: Deficiencies in Federal Disaster Housing Assistance After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and Recommendations for Improvement" (Feb. 2009) is a Special Report prepared by the Ad Hoc Subcomm. on Disaster Relief of the Comm. on Homeland Security and Government Affairs of the United States Senate. For sale (no price listed) from the US Govt. Printing Office, 866/512-1800; but possibly free from Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu. [11643]

  • From Despair to Hope: HOPE VI and the Promise of Public Housing in America's Cities, eds. Henry Cisneros & Lora Engdahl (256 pp., 2009, $18.91 with discount code KCE9 -- which may have expired), has been published by Brookings Inst. Press, 800/537-5487. [11619]

  • "Greaet Scot! The Scottish Plan to End Homelessness and Lessons for the Housing Rights Movement in the United States," by Eric Tars & Caitlin Egleson (30 pp.), appeared in the Winter 2009 issue (Vol. XVI, No. 1) of Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, published by the Georgetown Univ. Law Center. [11642]

  • HEARTH Act (Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing) was passed by Congress May 2009, signed by Pres. Obama the next day. Fact sheets, summaries, analyses from the National Alliance to End Homelessness are available at www.endhomelessness.org/content/acticle/detail/2241 [11600]

  • "Hidden Impact: California Renters in the Foreclosure Crisis" (2009) is available (no price given) from Tenants Together, whose hotline (for tenants in foreclosure situations) is 415/495-8012. [11644]

  • "HOPE VI: Assisting Public Housing Authorities in Supporting Families," eds. Robert McKay & Ruth Anne White (76 pp., 2002), is likely still available from CWLA [Child Welfare League of America] Press, 440 First St. NW, 3rd flr., Wash., DC 20001-2085, 202/638-2952, books@cwla.org www.cwla.org [11583]

  • "Housing Choice in Crisis," an audit report on discrimination against housing choice voucher holders in the Greater New Orleans housing market. 21 pp., n.d. [2009], available (likely free) from the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Ctr., 228 St. Charles Ave., #1035, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504/596-2100, www.gnofairhousing.org [11582]

  • "Is Mixed-Income Development an Antidote to Urban Poverty?," by Mark L. Joseph (25 pp.) appeared in Vol. 17, no. 2 (2008) of Housing Policy Debate. Joseph is on the Case Western Reserve faculty, [11596]

  • Opening Acts is the e-newsletter of the Fair Housing Justice Center. Contact 212/400-8201, dhouk@fairhousingjustice.org, www.fairhousingjustice.org [11671]

  • "Organizational Change: Adopting a Housing First Approach" (Aug. 2009) has been released by the National Alliance to End Homelessness. Available at www.endhomelessness.org/content/article/detail/2489 [11673]

  • Our Lot: How Real Estate Came to Own Us, by Alyssa Katz (2009, $26), has been published by Bloomsbury. [11624]

  • "Rates of Foreclosure in HOME and ADDI Programs" (73 pp., Nov. 2008) is available (likely free) from HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research, Wash., DC 20410-8000, 800/245-2691, www.huduser.org [11591]

  • "Rebuilding the Research Capacity at HUD" (224 pp., 2008), a National Research Council publioation, is available (no price listed) from National Academies Press, 500 Fifth St. NW, Lockbox 285, Wash., DC 20055, 800/624-6242, www.nap.edu [11586]

  • "Reclaiming Foreclosed Properties for Community Benefit" (July 2009) has been released by PolicyLink. Available at www.policylink.org/site/c.lkIXLbMNJrE/b.5280605/k.3855/R [11674]

  • St. Bernard Parish: Adjacent to New Orleans, this dominantly white county has taken extraordinary (and extraordinarily illegal) steps to keep African-American and poor Katrina evacuees from relocating there. A federal district court has several times ruled these actions to violate the Fair Housing Act. A short film recounting this was produced by the Relman & Dane civil rights lawfirm. It's available (with a nominal fee) from Taryn Scott, tscott@relmanlaw.com [11807]

  • "The Effect of Density Zoning on Racial Segregation in U.S. Urban Areas," by John Rothwell & Douglas Massey, appeared in Urban Affairs Review (2009). Available at uar.sagepub.com.cgl/content/abstract/44/6/779 [11628]

  • The Georgetown Journal on Povety Law and Policy, Winter 2009 issue, has a series of housing articles: on the National Housing Trust Fund legislation; Community Development policy; the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act; Chicago's public housing reform experiment; the Scottish plan to end homelessness. [11626]

  • "The Nightmare on Main Street for African Americans: A Call for a New National Policy Focus on Homeownership," by Brian Gilmore, Adrienne Decuire, Edward Davis & Tamar Meekins (45 pp.) appeared in Vol. 10, no. 2 (2008) of the Berkeley Jouurnal of African-American Law & Policy, published by the UC-Berkeley School of Law. [11587]

  • "The Relationship of Housing and Population Health: A 30-Year Retrospective Analysis" appeared in a recent issue of Environmental Health Perspectives. Available at www.ehponline.org/members/2008/0800086/0800086.pdf [11627]

  • "The Third Side: A Mid-Course Report on Chicago's Transformation of Public Housing" (80 pp., Sept. 2009) is available (possibly free) from Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, 25 E. Washington St., #1515, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/641-5570, www.bpichicago.org [11599]

  • "Vacant Propoerties: A Tool to Turn Neighborhood Liabilities into Assets" (4 pp., June 2009) is available (no price listed)from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, www.MetropolitanHousing.org [11648]

  • "Where Do You Live? Louisville's Homelsss Children and the Affordable Housing Crisis" is an Aug. 2009 issue paper, available (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204-6858, 502/584-6858, www.MetropolitanHousing.org [11601]

July/August 2009

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  • "Afraid to be Myself, Even at Home: A Transgender Cause of Action under the Fair Housing Act," by Daniella Lichtman Esses appeared in the Summer 2009 issue of Journal of Law & Social Problems. Available at www.columbia.edu/cu/jlsp/pdf/Summer2009/01Lichtman.42.4.pdf [11478]

  • "Components of Inventory Change" (2009), based on the biennial American Housing Survey, tracks many of the same units over time, allowing researchers to see changes in both the characteristics of housing units and the units' occupants. Shows that from 2005 to 2007 number of rental units available to lowest-income households significantly declined. Available at www.huduser.org/datasets/cinch/cinch07/Rental_Mrkt_05-07.pdf [11501]

  • "Draininf or Gaining? The Social Networks of Public Housing Movers in Boston," by Alexandra Curley is forthcoming in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. Advance copy available from the author at acurley22@gmail.com [11504]

  • "Foreclosure-related Evictions in Rhode Island" Steven Fischbach (401/274-2652, x182) has completed a study(June 2009) showing how communities of color have been most severely impacted by the practice of foreclosing lenders to evict occupants of properties they acquire as a result of foreclosure.steve.fischbach@gmail.com. Available at www.rihomeless.org/Portals/O/Uploads/Documents/Public/Eviction%20Report.pdf [11550]

  • "HOPE VI - A Viable Strategy for Improving Neighborhood Conditions and Resident Self-Sufficiency? The Case of Maverick Gardens in Boston," by Alexandra Curley is a forthcoming article in Housing Policy Debate. Advance copies available from the author at acurley22@gmail.com [11503]

  • Levitttown: Two Families, One Tycoon, and the Fights for Civil Rights in America's Legendary Suburb (256 pp., 2009, $25), has been published by Walker & Co., 175 Fifth Ave., NYC, NY 10010, 646/307-6067, carrie.majer@bloomsburyusa.com [11442]

  • "Public Housing Authorities: Partnering in Rural Communities" is the theme of the Spring 2009 23-page issue of Rural Voices, the magazine of the Housing Assistance Council. Available (possibly free) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hac@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [11507]

  • "School Choice in Suburbia: Test Scores, Race, and Housing Markets," by Jack Dougherty, Jeffrey Harrelson, Laura Maloney, Drew Murphy, Russell Smith, Michael Snow & Diane Zannoni (26 pp., June 2009, $10), in American Journal of Education, www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/599780 [11560]

  • "The Impacf of Foreclosures on Families and Communities: A Primer," by G. Thomas Kingley, David Baron Smith, David Baron Smith & David Price (June 2009), is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5283, skantor@urban.org [11463]

  • "The Impact of Foreclosures on Families and Communities," by G. Thomas Kingley, Robin Smith & David Price (June 2009), is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5283, skantor@urban.org [11462]

  • The National Public Housing Museum, a project of the Chicago Housing Authority, is scheduled for a December 2011 opening -- modeled after the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in NYC, it will trace 70 years of public housing. [11541]

  • "The Problem of Race Discrimination in Housing from a Comparative Perspective," by Patryk Labuda, appeared in the Columbia Journal of European Law. Available at www.cjel.net/online/15_2-labuda/ [11479]

  • "The State of Fair Housing in Northeast Ohio: April 2009," by Jeffrey Dillman, Carrie Pleasants & Samantha Hoover (40 pp.), is available (possibly free, and is on their website) from the Housing Research & Advocacy Ctr., 3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-3, Cleveland, OH 44114, 206/361-9240, jdillman@thehousingcenter.org www.thehousingcenter,org [11434]

  • "Through Boom and Bust: Minorities, Immigrants and Homeownership" (52 pp., May 2009), a Pew Hispanic Center report, is available at pewhispanic.org/files/reports/109.pdf [11515]

  • "US Housing Market Conditions" (94 pp., May 2009), from HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research, covers the 1st qtr. 2009. Available (likely free) from HUD USER, 800/245-2691. [11523]

  • Where the Other Half Lives: Lower Income Housing in a Neoliberal World, ed. Sarah Glynn (340 pp., 2009), has been published by Pluto Press, 175 Fifth Ave., NYC, NY 10010. Among the 13 chapters is "Destroyed by HOPE: Public Housing, Neoliberalism and Progressive Housing Activism in the US," by Jason Hackworth, www.plutobooks,com [11427]

May/June 2009

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  • Brick by Brick: A Civil Rights Story This documentary tracks the landmark case, U.S. vs Yonkers, which challenged housing and educational discrimination in the North and pushed for desegregation. Directed by Bill Kavanagh. Distributed by California Newsreel (www.newsreel.org). www.newsreel.org/nav/title.asp?tc=CN0219 [11417]

  • "Policy Issues in Public and Assisted Housing" is a Symposium appearing in Vol. 1, No. 1 (2008) of Cityscape, the 3x/yr. publication of HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research. The articles include those dealing with deconcentration of housing choice voucher recipients, use of flat rents in the public housing program, the role of social networks in making housing choices and other topics. Subs are free - Cityscape@hud.gov, www.huduser.org/periodicals/cityscape.html [11386]

March/April 2009

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  • "Bringing Children Together: Magnet Schools and Public Housing Redevelopment," by Philip Teagler, Susan E. Eaton & Westra Miller (25 pp., Jan. 29), a report on the Feb. 29, 2008 conf. in Tampa, FL, co-sponsored by the Charles Hamilton Houston Inst. for Race and Justice of the Harvard Law School and PRRAC, is available (free) from PRRAC, 1015 15th St. NW, #400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/906-8023, info@prrac.org, www.prrac.org [11315]

  • Communities of Opportunity Tax Credit A proposed bill in the Virginia Legislature (HB2106), a version of which was passed by the Senate as of mid-February, would give landlords in low-poverty neighborhoods who particicpate in the Sec. 8 voucher program a tax credit equal to 40% of the fair market value of the rent for each qualified housing unit in buildings with no more than 25% of the total dwelling units in the program. For details, see leg1.state.va.us [11321]

  • "Decade of Neglect Has Weakened Federal Low-Income Housing Programs" is a Feb. 2009 report from the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Robert Greenstein). Available at www.cbpp.org/2-24-09hous.htm [11286]

  • Encouraging Court Decision A federal district court judge has issued a decision supportive of a claim by the Anti-Discrimination Ctr. and the Relman&Dane lawfirm that Westchester County (a wealth area outside NYC) has failed in its obligations to affirmatively further fair housing, as required by federal law. Details from Michael Allen, Relman&Dane, 1225 19th St. NW, Wash., DC 20036, 202/728-1888, mallen@relmanlaw.com [11322]

  • Foreclosure-Response.org is a new mapping tool that provides foreclosure data at the zipcode level (but the data are from June 2008). The sit is maintained by the Ctr. for Housing Policy, KnowledgePlex, LISC and the Urban Inst. [11338]

  • "NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey" is done every 3 yrs. The 2008 Survey is available on the city's Housing & Preservation Dept. website, www.nyc.gov/hpd [11307]

  • "NYC Public Housing" is the theme of the excellent 27-page Winter 2009 issue of City Limits Investigates. Contact them at 120 Wall St., flr. 20, NYC, NY 10005, 212/479-3344, investigates@citylimits.org [11298]

  • PFNC (Por Fin Neustra Casa) -- or "Finally, a home of our own" -- utilizes surplus shipping containers, resulting from the US' consistent trade deficit, as the building block of an extensive conversion process to produce housing uonits for a price of less than $10,000. Contact them at www.pfnc.net/index.htm [11341]

  • "The State of Washington, D.C.'s Neighborhoods" (2009) has indicators/neighborhood profiles for the entre city. Contact them at www.NeighborhoodInfoDC..org [11299]

January/February 2009

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  • "In the Wake of Katrina: The Continuing Saga of Housing and Rebuilding in New Orleans," by James H. Carr, H. Beth Marcus, Shehnaz Niki Jagpal & Nandinee Kutty (25 pp., 2008) is available (possibly free) from the Joint Ctr. for Political & Economic Studies' Health Policy Inst., 1090 Vermont Ave., NW, Wash., DC 20005, 202/789-3539, www.jointcenter.org [11217]

  • It's Not Hard Building Green is the theme of the 21-page Fall 2008 issue of Rural Voices, the quarterly magazine of the Housing Assistance Council -- subs are free: 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600,ruralvoices@ruralhome.org [11222]

  • Public Housing and the Legacy of Segregation, eds. Margery Austin Turner, Susan J. Popkin & Lynette Rawlings (185 pp., 2009, $29.50) has been published by the Urban Institute. [11198]

  • "Wide Racial Disparities in Lorain County (OH) Mortgage Lending" were found in a recent study by the Housing Research & Advocacy Center. Contact them for a copy: 3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-2, Cleveland, OH 44114, 206/361-9240. [11238]

November/December 2008

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  • "2008 State of Metropolitan Housing Report" (Louisville) is available (no price listed) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204-4533, 502/584-6858, www.metropolitanhousing.org [11171]

  • "Discrimination against Housing Choice voucher holders in Montgomery County, MD" is documented in A 2008 report from the Equal Rights Center, available from them at 11 Dupont Circle, #450, Wash., DC 20036, 202/234-3062, www.equalrightscenter.org [11158]

  • "Economic Stimulus and Economically Distressed Workers" (2008) highlights how tens of millions of U.S. homeowners are victimized and vulnerable as a result of subprime mortgages offered in 2007 and early 2007. Available from the Center for the Study of Working Class Life at www.stonybrook.edu/workingclass/ecostimulus/shtml [11145]

  • "Evicted from the American Dream: The Redevelopment of Mount Holly Gardens"" (Nov. 2008) was issued by the New Jersey Public Advocate -- available at www.state.nj.us/publicadvocate/public/pdf/gardens_report.pdf [11166]

  • Subprime Mortgages: America's Latest Boom and Bust, by Edward M. Gramlich (120 pp., June 2007, $26.50), has been published by Urban Inst. Press. [11173]

September/October 2008

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  • "Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice in the City of Naperville, Illinois," by Daniel Lauber (82 pp., Nov. 2007) -- dlplanningcommunications.com -- is downloadable at www.planningcommunications.com [11102]

  • "Building the Research Capacity at HUD" was released in late September, an advance copy distributed by the National Research Council. Contact the National Academies Press, 500 Fifth St. NW, Lockbox 285, Wash., DC 20055, 800/624-6242, www.nap.edu [11092]

  • HUD USER regularly provides housing research and information. They can assist with research questions -- 800/245-2691. [11080]

  • Integral is a new periodical (premiere issue scheduled for Dec. 2008) from the Fund for an OPEN Society. Focus is on intentional integration measures. First issue includes contributions by Michael Wenger, Myron Orfield, Leo Vasquez, Clement Price and others. Inf. from Barbara Heisler Williams, Fund for an OPEN Society, 14 S. Orange Ave., S. Orange, NJ 07079-4198, 973/821-4198, bhw@opensoc.org, www.opensoc.org [11087]

  • Mo' Money, Mo' Money, Mo' Money is a 9-minute 2008 video from the California Reinvestment Coalition, an educational documentary on the mortgage crisis. Contact them at 474 Valencia St., #230, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980. You can find it on You Tube, www.calreinvest.org [11117]

  • "Preserving Safe, High Quality Public Housing Should Be a Priority of Federal Housing Policy," by Barbara Sard & Will Fisher, is a 36-page, Sept. 2008 report (no price listed) from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Robert Greenstein), 820 First St. NE, #510, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080, center@cbpp.org, www.cbpp.org [11130]

  • "The Fair Housing Act After 40 Years: Continuing the Mission to Eliminate Housing Discrimination and Segregation" is a 309-page Symposium appearing as Vol. 41, No. 3 (2008) of the Indiana Law Review. Among the 10 article authors are (PRRAC Bd. & Soc. Sci. Adv. Bd.members) Florence Wagman Roisman/Elizabeth Julian, john powell & Margery Austin Turner; plus Monroe Little, Jr., James Kushner, John Relman, James Rosenbaum, Stefanie DeLuca, Leonard Rubinowitz, Kathryn Shelton & Robert Schwemm. A limited number of gratis cc. likely are available through Prof. Roisman, TK [11048]

  • "The Housing Needs of Extremely Low-Income Delaware Households" (2008?) is available (possibly free) from the Delaware Housing Coalition, PO Box 1633, Dover, DE 19903-1633, 302/678-2286, dhc@housingforall.org, www.housingforall.org [11063]

July/August 2008

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  • "Collateral Damage: Renters in the Foreclosure Crisis," by David Rothstein (l5 pp., June 2008), is available (no price listed) from Policy Matters Ohio, 1371 Grandview Ave., #242, Columbus, OH 43212, 614/486-4601, www.policymattersohio.org [11017]

  • "Connecting the Dots: A Location Analysis of USDA's Section 515 Rental Housing and Other Federally Subsidized Rental Properties in Rural Areas" (May 2008), is available ($10) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600; contact them for downloading instructions, leslie@ruralhome.org [10924]

  • "Continued Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Ohio Mortgage Lending" (March 2008), from the Housing Research & Advocacy Center (3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-2, Cleveland, OH 44144, 216/361-9240), is downloadable at www.thehousingcenter.org [10944]

  • "Credit Scoring and the Credit-Underserved Population" is the lead articvle in Issue 2, 2008 of Community Dividend, the newsletter of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Available (likely free) from them, 90 Hennepin Ave., PO Box 291, Mpls., MN 55480-0291, 612/204-5000, www.minneapolisfed.org/pubs/cd [10923]

  • "Foreclosed: State of the Dream 2008," by Amaad Rivera, Benda Cotto-Escalera, Jeanette Huezo & Dedrick Muhammad, a Jan. 2008u report, is available (no priced listed) from United for a Fair Economy, www.faireconomy.org/files/StateOf-Dream_01,16,08_Web.pdf [11022]

  • "Foreclosure to Homelessness: The Forgotten Victims of the Subprime Crisis" (58 pp., April 2008)is "a national call to action" from the National Coalition for the Homeless. Available (no price listed) from the Coalition, 2201 P St. NW, Wash., DC 20037-1033, 202/462-4822, info@nationalhomeless.org, www.nationalhomeless.org [10981]

  • "Getting to the Heart of Housing's Fundamental Question: How Much Can a Family Afford?" (26 pp., Feb. 2008), "A Primer on Housing Affordability Standards in U.S. Housing Policy," is available (no price listed) from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley), 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [10975]

  • "Housing at the Half: A Mid-Decade Progress Report from the 2005 American Community Survey," by Danilo Pelletiere & Keith E. Wardrip (28 pp., Feb. 2008), is available (no price listed) from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley), 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [10974]

  • "Locked Out: Low Wages and Affordable Housing in Alabama," from Arise Citizens' Policy Project, will be available as of July 23, 2008, at www.arisecitizens.com [10939]

  • "Louisville's Foreclosure Crisis" (32 pp., 2008) is available (no price listed) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, kendell@metropolitanhousing.org; downloadable at www.metropolitanhousing.org [10938]

  • Major New Jersey Housing Rerform Bill : Details from Housing and Community Development Network fo New Jersey, acohen@hcdnnj.org [11016]

  • "Making Affordable Housing Truly Affordable: Advancing Tax Credit Incentives for Green Building and Healthier Communities" (2006?) is available at www.globalgreen.org/media/greenbuilding/qap_report_2006.pdf [10918]

  • "Out of Reach 2007-2008: The Wait for a Home Grows Longer" (April 2008) reports that a full-time minimum wage worker still cannot afford even a one-bedroom apartment in any metro area or nonmetro county at HUD's Fair Market Rent. Includes dtda for each state, county and metro area, and nonmetro areas ine each state. From the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley); 202/662-1530, x235 for print copy prices; downloadable at nlihc.org/oor2008/ [10928]

  • "Paying More for the American Dream: The Subprime Shakeout and Its Impact on Lower-Income and Minority Communities" (March 2008) is available (no price given) from the California Reinvestment Coalition, 474 Valencia St., #230, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980, www.calreinvest.org [10933]

  • "Regional Approaches to Affordable Housing" (2008) has been prepared by the American Planning Assn. for HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research; available at www.huduser.org/publications/affhsg_aff_hsg.html. [10917]

  • "Rehabilitating Affordable Rural Housing" is the theme of the Winter 2008 issue of Rural Voices, the magazine of the Housing Assistance Council. Subs are free from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600,hac@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [11032]

  • "Researching HUD's Housing Programs" Cityscape, HUD's pubication, in Vol. 10, no. 1, featured a symposium on the 4.3 million households that participate in one or another of the agency's programs. Included are article on portability moves in the Housing Choice Voucher Program; the role of social network in making housing choices; measuring the deconcentration of the HCV Prgoram in 8 met. areas; housing life cycle and length of stay; and whether Census variables are highly correlated with HCV Program holders' perception of the quality of their neighborhoods. Prnt version of the issue (may be free) available at 800/245-2691 or read/downloaded at www.huduser.org/periodicals/cityscape.html [10914]

  • "Steered Wrong: Brokers, Borrowers, and Subprime Loans," by Keith Ernst, Debbie Bocian & Wei Li (52 pp., May 2008), is available (no price listed) from the Center for Responsible Lending, 302 W. Main St., Durham, NC 27701, 919/313-8500, www.responsiblelending.org [10965]

  • "The Alabama Tenants' Handbook" (20 pp., 2006) is available (possibly free) from Arise Citizens' Policy Project, PO Box 1188, 207 Montgomery St., #900, Montgomery, AL 36104, 800/832-9060, www.arisecitizens.org [11033]

  • "The Housing Landscape for America's Working Families" (2008) has been publised by The Center for Housing Policy -- available at www.nhc.org/index/chp-research-publications [10916]

  • Virginia Housing Statistics Snapshot has been inaugurated by The Center for Housing Leadership at Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia (HOME) -- a data source focusing on the state's housinhg market. Contact Helen O'Beirne at HOME, 700 E. Franklin St., #3A, Richmond, VA 23219, 804/354-0641, x128, helen@phonehome.org [10942]

  • "Why Did the Moving to Opportunity Experiment Not Get Young People into Better Schools?," by Xavier de Souza Briggs, Kadija S. Ferryman, Susan J. Popkin & Marfia Rendon, appeared in Vol. 19, Issue 1 (2008) of Housing Polcy Debate. Contact them at 703/838-8320, HousingPolicyDebatge@vt,edu [11019]

  • "Women, Slums and Urbanisation: Examining the Causes and Consequences" (May 2008), produced by COHRE, is available at www.cohre.org/view_page.php?page_id=308 [10922]

May/June 2008

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  • "African Americans and Homeownership: Separate and Unequal, 1940 to 2006," by Wilhelmina Leigh & Danielle Huff is a 2007 brief issued by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 202/789-3529; available at www.jointcenter.org/publications_recent_publications/economics_business/african_americans_and_homeownership_separate_and_unequal_1940_to_2006_November_2007_brief_1 [10874]

  • "African Americans and Homeownership: The Subprime Lending Experience: 1995-2007," by Wilhelmina Leigh & Danielle Huff is a 2007 Brief from the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 202/789-3529, wlieigh@jointcenter.org; available at www.jointcenter.org/publications_recent_publications/economics_business/african_americans_and_homeownership_the_subprime_lending_experience_1995_to_2007_November_2007_brief_2 [10875]

  • "America's Rental Housing: The Key to a Balanced National Policy" (2008) is available ($30) from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, 617/495-7908, or downloadable free at www.jchs.harvard.edu/publications/rental/rh08_americas_rental_housing/index.html [10858]

  • Call for Papers: The Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy is publishing an issue devogted to housing and poverty; subsequent issues will be devoted to poverty and the elderly and juvenile justice and poverty. Inf./submission guidelines from 512/796-9195, [10834]

  • "Foreclosure Expsoure: A Study of Racial and Income Disparities in Home Mortgage Lending in 172 American Cities," a 2007 ACORN report, is available at www.acorn.org [10894]

  • "Housing and Public Safety" is a 13-page, Nov. 2007 report from the Justice Policy Inst; available from them (possibly free), 1003 K St. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20001, 202/558-7974, www.justicepolicy.org [10866]

  • "Inclusionary Zoning and its Effects on Housing Markets" is the subject of a March 2008 study by the Center for Housing Policy and New York University's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy. Focus is on SF, suburban Boston and Wash., DC region. Policy brief and full working paper are available at www.nhc.org/housing/iz [10882]

  • "Losing the Dream" is the theme of 21-page, Spring 2008 issue of Rural Voices, published by The Housing Assistance Council. Subs. are free from them, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, www.ruralhome.org [10842]

  • "No Way to Treat Our People: FEMA Trailer Residents 30 Months after Katrina" (May 2008) was released by the Louisianca Justice Institute and the Children's Defense Fund. Finds that 55% of surveyed FEMA trailer residents are unsure where they will live and could easily become homeless if their parks are closed as scheduled shortly. Available at www.louisiancajusticeinstitute.org/files/all/docs/LJI_FEMA_Trailer_Report_Publication.pdf [10870]

  • "State of Metropolitan [Louisville] Housing Report 2007" (34 pp.) is avaiable (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, www.metropolitanhousing.org [10859]

  • The Housing Journal is published (likely quarterly) by the Delaware Housing Coalition. The 16-page Spring 2008 issue is available from them (possibly free), PO Box 1633, Dover, DE 19903-1633, 302/678-2286,dhc@housingforall.org, www.housingforall.org [10829]

  • The Regulatory Barriers Clearinghouse has been established by HUD, a database of reform strategies and relevant resources at the state and local level, www.regbarriers.org [10851]

  • "The Right to Remain: Common Law Protections for Security of Tenure: An Essay in Honor of John Otis Calmore," by Florence Roisman, appeared in 86 N.C.L.Rev.. Free reprints available from [10846]

  • "The State of Fair Housing in Northeast Ohio: April 2008," by Jeffrey Dillman, Carrie Pleasants & Samantha Hoover (39 pp.), is available from the Housing Research & Advocacy Ctr., 3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-2, Cleveland, OH 216/361-9240, jdillman@thehousingcenter.org, downloadable at www.thehousingcenter.org [10830]

  • "Zoning as a Barrier to Multifamily Housing Development" (March 2008), a study conducted by the American Planning Assn.
    focusing on 6 metropolitan areas (Boston, Miami-Dade County, Mpls.-St. Paul, Portland (OR), Sacramento & Wash., DC), is available at www.huduser.org/publications/polleg/zoning_MultifmlyDev.html [10839]

March/April 2008

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  • "Housing in the Nation's Capital 2007" (88 pp.), an Urban Inst./Fannie Mae Fdn. report, is available (possibly free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20007, www.urban,org/center/met/hnc [10761]

  • "State Housing Laws and Legislation to Ensure Housing Rights for Survivors of Violence Against Women," an updated 2008 Fact Sheet, is available (possibly from the Nation Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535. [10805]

January/February 2008

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  • "Local Occupancy Codes in Northeast Ohio" (22 pp., 2007) is available (possibly free) from The Housing Research & Advocacy Center, 3631 Perkins Ave., #3A-2, Cleveland, OH 44114, 216/361-9240, www.thehousingcenter.org [10671]

  • "Vital Links: Housing's Contributions to the Nation's Health and Education Objectives" (2007) is available (no price given) from the National Housing Conference, www.nhc.org [10681]

November/December 2007

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  • "Housing and Land Rights Crisis! 2007: Violations Escalating Aroind the World," from the Housing and Land Rights Network of Habitat International, is available (no price given) from Joseph Schechla, jschechla@hlrn.org, +20(0)12 347-5203, www.hlrn.org/documents/Housing%20and%20land%20rights%20Crisis-2007-HIC-HLRN.pdf [10601]

  • "Increasing Access to Low-Poverty Areas by Creating Mixed-Income Housing," by Diane L. Houk, Erica Blake & Fred Freiberg (95 pp., June 2007), is available (no price listed) from The Fair Housing Justice Center, www.fairhousingjustice.org [10544]

  • "New Housing, Income Inequality, and Distressed Metropolitan Areas" is a Sept. 2007 report from the Brookings Institution's Metropolitan Housing Program, concluding that increases in metropolitan area income inequality are associated with growth in neighborhood-level income segregation. Available at www.brookings.edu/metro/pubs/20070921_housing.htm [10586]

  • "Post-Katrina Recovery of the Housing Market Along the Mississippi Gulf Coast," a 2007 RAND Corp. report, can be found at www.rand.org/pubs/technical_reports/TR511/ [10581]

  • "The 2007 State of Metropolitan [Louisville] Housing Report" (34 pp.) is available (likely free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, www,metropolitanhousing.org [10603]

  • The Cushing Niles Dolbeare Media Award is given by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley) to recognize print journalists who do an exemplary job (during calendar 2007) of illuminating the affordable housing crisis in the United States. $2,500 first prize. Deadline for entries is Jan. 7, 2008, and winners and honorable mentions will be recognized during the Coalition's Feb. 22 annual reception. Inf./rules/entry form at www.nlihc.org/CNDMA [10580]

  • "The Growth of a Movement for a Human Right to Housing in the United States," by Maria Foscarinis, appeared in 20 Harvard Human Rights Journal (2007). Reprints may be available from the author at the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, and is downloadable at www.nlchp.org/content/pubs/Growth_HR_Housing_Harvard1.pdf [10574]

  • "The Oak Park Regional Housing Center 2006 Annual Report" ("35 Years Achieving Meaningful and Lasting Racial Diversity") is available (likely free) from them, 1041 South Bouldvard, Oak Park, IL 60302, 708/848-7150, info@apartmentsoakpark.org, www.LiveinOakPark.org [10597]

  • "Two Years After the Storm" is a Sept. 2007 report from the Texas Low Income Housing Coalition, documenting the pervasive failures, along with suggestions for improvement. Available at www.texashousing.org/txlihis/hurricanehousing/Two_Year_Rita.pdf [10584]

September/October 2007

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  • "City of Cleveland Community Lending Factbook" (2007) from the Housing Research & Advocacy Center (as well as their complementary their "Cuyahoga County Community Lending Factbook") are available at www.thehousingcenter.org [10509]

  • "Immigration and Housing in Rural America" (2007) is available ($5, downloadable free) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-6600, www.ruralhome.org [10514]

  • "Income is No Shield Against Racial Disparities in Lending" is the conclusion of a July 2007 National Community Reinvestment Coalition report, available at www.ncrp.org [10488]

  • "Increasing Access to Low-Poverty Areas by Creating Mixed-Income Housing," by Diane L. Houk, Erica Blaked & Fred Freiberg (95 pp., June 2007), has been published by The Fair Housing Justice Center, a program of HELP USA, www.fairhousingjustice.org [10468]

  • "Leveraging Fedral Funds for Housing, Community Development, and Economic Development" (27 pp., May 2007), a U.S. Government Accountability Office report, is available at www.gao.gov [10486]

  • "Preserving Rural Rental Properties" is the theme of the Summer 2007 issue of Rural Voices, the magazine of the Housing Assistance Council. Subs. to the quarterly are free, from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hac@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [10508]

  • San Francisco's International Hotel: Mobilizing the Filipino-American Community in the Anti-Eviction Movement, by Estella Habal (227 pp., 2007), has been published by Temple Univ. Press, www.temple.edu/tempress [10466]

  • "The Housing Landscape for America's Working Families 2007," from the National Housing Conference, looks at the trend in severe housing cost burden and other critical housing problems over the past two decades, using American Housing Survey data. The reports finds that critical housing needs worsened in 27 of 31 metropolitan areas. The report can be found at [10507]

  • Vital Links: Housing's Contributions to the Nation's Health and Education Objectives is a new resouce from the Center for Housing Policy. For each topic (health, education) there is a Research Summary, Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography. Available at www.nhc.org/housing/intersections [10518]

July/August 2007

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  • "A Place to Call Home? Affordable Housing Issues in America" is the title of a symposium in Vol. 42, No. 2 (2007) of Wake Forest Law Review. Included in the 5 articles are "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in Regional Housing Markets: The Baltimore Public Housing Desegregation Litigation," by (PRRAC Bd. member) Florence Wagman Roisman, and "Obstacle to Opportunity: Housing The Working and Poor People Can Afford in New Orleans Since Katrina," by William P. Quigley. A reprint of Prof. Roisman's article is available atmdeer1@iupui.edu [10381]

  • "Affordable Housing Needs 2005: Report to Congress," a 2007 HUD report, is available at www.huduser.org/publications/affhsg.affhsgneeds.html [10396]

  • Brick by Brick: A Civil Rights Story is a 2007 film documentary, directed/produced by Bill Kavanagh, about the long-running Yonkers housing drama. Inf. from Kavanagh Productions, 32 Broadway, #1711-12, NYC, NY 10004, 212/480-0065, bill@kavanaghproductions,com www.brick-by-brick.com [10436]

  • "Bringing Shared-Equity Homeownership to Scale" is the theme of the Spring 2007 issue of Sheltforce: The Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Building. $7.50 ($18/yr. sub.) from 400 Bloomfield Ave., #211, Montclair, NJ 07042, 973/509-2888, nhi@nhi.org www.nhi.org [10445]

  • "Can Promise Enforcement Save Affordable Housing in the United States?," by Kristen David Adams (77 pp.), appeared in the Spring 2004 (Vol. 41, No. 2) of theSan Diego Law Review. Reprints may be available from Prof. Adams, Stetson Univ. College of Law, 1401 61st St. S., Gulfport, FL 33707, 727/562-7800, www.law.stetson.edu [10367]

  • "Components of Inventory Change: 2003-2005," a May 2007 HUD report, showing a loss of 1.5 million units renting for less than $600/mo., is available at www.huduser.org/datasets/cinch/cinch05/cinch03-05.html [10401]

  • "Do First Time Home Buyers in the U.S. Improve Their Neighborhood Quality?," a 2007 HUD study, is available at www.huduser.org/Publications/pdf/HomeBuyersImproveNeighbrhdQlty.pdf [10412]

  • "Fair Play for Housing Rights" (2007), focusing on problems associated with mega-events such as Olympic Games, is available (no price given) from COHRE - Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, PO Box 1160, Collingwood 3066 Vicgtoria, Australia, +61.3.9417.7505, fionn@cohre.org [10443]

  • "Homeless People Count: Vacant Properties in Manhattan" is a 23-page, May 2007 report, availbable (no price listed) from Picture the Homeless, 2427 Morris Ave., Bronx, NY 10468, 646/314-6423, sam@picturethehomeless.org [10389]

  • "Housing Trust Fund Progress Report 2007" is available ($10) from Maribel Molina-Villa, Ctr. for Comm. Change, 8736 Nogal Ave., Whittier, CA 90606, mvilla@communitychange.org [10430]

  • "Housing, Personhood, and Dignity" is the title of a symposium in the Fall 2006 issue (Vol. 36, No. 1) ofStetson Law Review. The Introduction to the 291-page volume, by Prof. Kristin David Adams, includes a selected annotated bibliography of about 70 books/articles. For copies of the issue, contact Prof. Adams, Stetson Univ. College of Law, 1401 61st St. S., Gulfport, FL 33707, 727/562-7800, www.law.stetson.edu [10368]

  • "Interim Evaluation of HUD's Homeownership Zone Initiative" (2007) is available (nominal fee) from HUD USER (800/245-2691, option 1) or downloadable free at www.huduser.org/publications/homeown/InterimEval.html [10408]

  • "Labor Unions and Affordable Housing: An Uneasy Relationship," by Hilary Botein appeared in 42 Urban Affairs Review/i> (2007). [10411]

  • "Lung Function, Asthma Symptoms & Quality of Life for Children in Public Housing in Boston: A Case Series Analysis," by Jonathan I. Levy, LK Welker-Hood, Jame E. Clougherty, Robin E. Dodson, Suzanne Steinbach & H.P. Hynes, appeared in the Dec. 2004 issue of XXXXXXXxXXXXxxx. Available at www.ehjournal.net/content/3/1/13 [10417]

  • "Priced Out in 2006," reporting that rents for small, moderately-priced apartments exceeded the monthly SSI income of people with disabilities, is available (free) from Technical Assistance Collaborative, 535 Boylston St., #1301, Boston, MA 02116, www.tacinc.org/Pubs/PO2006release.htm [10397]

  • "Public Housing Residents Survey Training Manual" (Sept. 2003), from the Healthy Public Housing Initiative, is available at www.hsph.harvard.edu/hphi/trainingmanual.pdf [10422]

  • "Rental Market Dynamics" a May 2007 HUD report, showing loss of low-rent units, is available at www.huduser.org/datasets/cinch/cinch05/cinch03-05.html [10402]

  • Subprime Mortgages: America's Latest Boom and Bust, by Ed Gramlich (2007), has been published by The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709. [10413]

  • "Subsidized Affordable Housing Strategies - A Comparative Analysis," by Tim McKenzie (2007), is available (possibly free) from the author, 503/295-2368, TMcKensie@TimMcK.com [10419]

  • "The Economic Cost of Substandard Houjisng Conditions Among North Carolina's Children" (2007?) conservatively estimates substantard housing's contribution to childhood illnesses, injuries & disabilities at $95 million. Available at www.nchousing.org/NC%20Sub%20Housing%20Costs%20Final%20Draft.pdf [10377]

  • "The Housing Landscape for Returning Prisoners in the District," a 2007 Urban Inst. report, analyzes Wash., DC neighborhoods that have high rates of returning prisoners and the types of housing & housing support services available in these neighborhoods. Available (no price listed) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709. [10447]

  • "The State of Rental Housing in Cook County: Current Conditions & Forecasts" (2007) and a related 2007 report, "A Rental Housing Action Plan for Cook County," both from The Preservation Compact, a civic partnership of public, private & nonprofit orgs., are available at www.macfound.org/site/c.1kLXJ8MQKrH/b.1134955/k.DC98/Newsletters_and_Publications/apps/n1/newsletter2.asp [10393]

May/June 2007

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  • A Rural Housing Data Portal has been established by the Housing Assistance Council. The searchable database can be accessed at www.ruralhome.org/dataportal [10315]

  • "Breathing Life Back into Intent: Proving Racially Discriminatory Purpose in Housing Cases in a Post-Arlington Heights World," by John Pollock appeared in the Sept./Oct. 2006 issue of Clearinghouse Review Journal of Poverty Law and Policy. [10307]

  • "Building Communities, Celebrating Partnerships" is the 21-page 2006 Annual Report of the Housing Assistance Council, free from them at 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, www.ruralhome.org [10287]

  • "Helping Families Prepare for the Rise in Subprime Mortgage Foreclosures," by Almas Sayeed (15 pp., March 2007) is available from the Center for American Progress, www.americanprogress.org [10338]

  • National Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit 2006 Briefing Book is available ($45)in CD-ROM version from the Natl. AIDS Housing Coal., 727 15th St., 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/347-0333, nahc@nationalaidshousing.org www.nationalaidshousing.org [10288]

  • "Results from Three Surveys in New York City Housing Courts," by Kira Krenichyn (Feb. 2007), is available (no price given) from the author, Center for Human Environments, Graduate Ctr. of the City Univ. of New York, 365 Fifth Ave., NYC, NY 10016. [10345]

  • "Shared Equity Homeownership: The Changing Landscape of Resale-Restricted, Owner-Occupied Housing," by John Emmeus Davis (148 pp., 2006), is available (possibly free) from the Natl. Housing Inst., 460 Bloomfield Ave., #211, Montclair, NJ 07042-3552, 973/509-2888 x13,hs@nhi.org, www.nhi.org [10281]

  • "The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center" has released an April 2007 audit investigation, using paired testers, into racially discriminatory practices within the N.O metro area rental housing market. Inf. from the Center, 228 St. Charles Ave., #1035, New Orleans, LA 70130, 877/445-2100, kscott@gnofairhousing.org [10319]

  • "The Housing Landscape for Returning Prisoners in the District," by Caterina Gouvis Roman & Michael Kane is a 2007 report, available (likely free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709, paffairs@ui.urban.org [10318]

March/April 2007

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  • "A Heavy Load: The Combined Housing and Transportation Burdens of Working Families" (2006) -- available for 28 metro areas -- is available (free) from the National Housing Conference, 202/466-2121, www.nhc.org/index/heavyload [10267]

  • "American Community Survey Estimate Shows Larger National, State Affordable Rental Housing Shortage" (2007), a Research Note from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley) is downloadable at www.nlihc.org/doc/RN07-01.pdf [10231]

  • "American Housing Survey 2005 Data" -- on housing quality and cost, poverty, race/ethnicity and more for US metro and nonmetro areas, multi-state regions, large metro areas -- available from HUD User, 800/245-2691, www.census.gov/hhes/www/housing/ahs/ahs.html [10266]

  • "District of Columbia Housing Monitor: Winter 2007," by Peter A. Tatian is available (possibly free) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5687, www.urban.org [10230]

  • "The Alabama Tenants' Handbook" (20 pp., 2007?) is available -- in addition to a brochure version -- (likely free) from Arise Citizens' Policy Project, PO Box 1188, 207 Montgomery St., #900, Montgomery, AL 36104, 800/832-9060, www.arisecitizens.org [10219]

  • The Centre on Housing RIghts and Evictions is seeking nominations for its 2007 Housing Rights Award. Inf. from www.cohre.org/nominations [10245]

  • "The Effects of the Federal Budget Squeeze on Low-Income Housing Assistance" (Feb. 2007), from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Board member Robert Greenstein), is available at www.cbpp.org/2-1-07house2.pdf [10251]

  • The Journal of Urban History in its March 2007 issue has a series of articles on "New Persectives on Public Housing Histories in America." [10246]

  • "Transforming Fact Into Strategy -- Developing a Public Health Response to the Housing Needs of Persons Living With or at Risk of HIV/AIDS" (2007) is available at www.nationalaidshousing.org/PDF/SummitIIPolicyPaper.pdf [10254]

January/February 2007

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  • Chasing the American Dream: New Perspectives on Affordable Homeownership, eds. William Rohe & Harrry L. Watson (264 pp., 2007, $19.96 if using promo code CAU6) will be published in April by Cornell Univ. Press, 800/666-2211. Contributors include Rachel Bratt, Edward Goetz, Roberto Quercia, Nicolas Retsinas, Michael Stegman, Lawrence Vale et al. www.;cornellpress.cornell.edu [10106]

  • "Current Housing Unit Damage Estimates: Hurricane Katrina, Rita, and Wilma," from HUD, is downloadable at www.huduser.org/publications/pdf/GulfCoast_HsngDmgEst.pdf [10155]

  • "Decisionmaking and the Limits of Disclosure: The Probldem of Predatory Lending: Price," by Lauren E. Willis, is a 133-page article appearing in vol. 65, no.3 (2006) of the Maryland Law Review. Reprints may be available from Prof. Willis, Loyola Law School, 919 Albany St., LA, CA 90015-1211, 213/736-1000. [10162]

  • "Having Low Income Housing Tax Credit Qualified Allocation Plans Take Into Account the Quality of Schools as Proposed Family Housing Sites: A Partial Answer to the Residential Segregation Dilemma?," by Seema Ramesh Shah is a Note appearing in 39Ind.L.Rev.691 (2006). [10122]

  • "Housing Affordabililty for Households of Color in Massachusetts," by Michael E. Stone (59 pp., Dec. 2006), is available from the author (617/287-7264) and is downloadable at www.iass.umb.edu/publications/general/stonereport.pdf. [10181]

  • "Losing Ground: Foreclosures in the Subprime Market & Their Cost to Homeowners," by Ellen Schloemer, Wei Li, Keith Ernst, Keith Ernst & Kathleen Keest (56 pp., Dec. 2006), from The Center for Responsible Lending, is available at www.responsiblelending.org/pdfs/FC-paper-12-19-new-cover-1.pdf [10133]

  • "Out of Reach," the annual report (2007) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), with a Preface by Cong. Barney Frank, showing that the cost of rental housing climbed again in 2006, outpacing the wages of those who need it most, is available (no price listed) from the Coalition, 733 15th St., NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. Extensive data for every state, metropolitan area and county are available at www.nlihc.org/oor/oor2006/ [10074]

  • "State of Metropolitan Housing Report 2006" (22 pp.) is available (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coal., PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, www.metropolitanhousing.org [10096]

  • "Still No Home for the Holidays" is a Dec. 2006 report from the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance outlining housing discrimination that Hurricane Katrina survivors continue to face. Fpr copies, contact Deidre Swesnik at NFHA, 202/898-1661, x131, , www.nationalfairhousing.org [10120]

  • The Protection from Discriminatory Eviction for Victims of Domestic Violence Amendments Act of 2006 was passed, unanimously, by the District of Columbia Council in mid-December. Further inf. from Naomi Stern at the Natl. Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, x208, nstern@nlchp.org [10158]

  • This Is My Home: The Fight for Public Housing in New Orelans, a video on the right to return, from William Quigley & Advancement Project (for their lawsuit, Anderson v. Jackson, is available at video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3891231290509947088&hl=en [10081]

  • "Why Peop;le Who Face Losing Their Homes in Legal Proceedings Must Have a Right to Counsel," by Andrew Scherer, appeared in the Jan. 2006 issue of Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal. Author can be reached at Legal Services for NYC, 350 Broadway, NYC, NY 10013, 646/442-3606,
  • "Without Housing: Decades of Federal Housing Cutbacks, Massive Homelessness & Policy Failures" (Nov. 2006), is available (no price lister) from the Western Regional Advocacy Proj., 415/621-2533, ; downloadable at wraphome.org/wh_press_kit/Without_Housing_20061114.pdf(PDF2.9MB) [10112]

November/December 2006

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  • "And Injustice For All: Workers' Lives in the Reconstruction of New Orleans," by Judith Browne-Dianis, Jennifer Lai, Marielena Hincapie & Saket Soni (76 pp., July 2006), jointly published by Advancement Project, Natl. Immigration Law Ctr. & New Orleans Worker Justice Coal., is available (no price given) from Advancement Project, 1730 M St. NW, #910, Wash., DC 20036, 202/728-9557, ap@advancementproject.org [10062]

  • Bringing Buildings Back: From Abandoned Properties to Community Assets, by Alan Mallach (2006), has been publsuedh by the National Housing Inst., distributed by Rutgers Univ. Press, rutgerspress.rutgers.edu [10028]

  • "Characteristics of Transitional Housing for Homeless Families: Final Report," by Martha R. Burt (Oct. 2006), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709. [10052]

  • "Fixing the Housing Voucher Formula: A No-Cost Way to Strengthen the 'Section 8' Program" (Oct. 2006), from the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities, is available at [10063]

  • Shelterforce #147, 2006, has several articles of interest to P&R readers: "It's Like You're Walking But Your Feet Ain't Going Nowhere," by Kristin Carlisle, on Katrina evacuees in Texas; "Homeowner Rescue," by Winton Pitcoff, on foreclosure programs offered by nonprofit orgs.; "Thinking Collectively," by Lisa Ranghelli, on how how Boston's Community Labor United helps unions & housing activists build power together; "The Truth About Concentrated Poverty," by Rachel Bogardus Drew. See nhi.org [10055]

  • "Unfair Lending: The Effect of Race & Ethniciity on Subprime Mortgages" (May 2006), from the Center for Responsible Lending, can be downloaded at www.responsiblelending.org/reports/HMDA2006.cfm [10060]

  • "Voucher Homeownership Study," a 2006 HUD report, is available (nominal fee) at 800/245-2691, option 1, or downloadable free at www.huduser.org/publications/hoemown/voucherhomeown.html. [10005]

September/October 2006

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July/August 2006

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  • Lyari - Highway of Tears focuses on the issue of forced evictions through the case of the Lyrai Expressway in Karachi, Pakistan. Inf. from documentary@cohre.org [9835]

  • The New Homeless: Preventing Mass Evictions on the Gulf Coast is a new (2006) short video documentary on the combination of unscrupulous landlords in Southern Miss. and a shortage of affordable rental housing. Can be viewed, along with an article on the evictions crisis, at www.nhi.org/online/issues/thenewhomeless.html [9829]

  • Where Are Poor People to Live? Transforming Public Housing Communiites, eds. Larry Bennett, Judy Smith-Davis & Patricia Wright (344 pp., 2006, $34.95), has been published by M.E. Sharpe, 800/541-6563. One of the 11 chapters, by William P. Wilen & Wendy L. Stasell, is "Gautreaux and Chicago's Public Housing Crisis: The COnflict Between Achieving Integration and Providing Decent Housing for Very Low-Income African Americans." [9838]

May/June 2006

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  • "Affordable Housing Trust Funds" is a (2006?) Fannie Mae Fdn. Issue Brief, available at www.knowledgeplex.org/kp/new_content/policy_brief/relfiles.ahtf_brief.pdf [9812]

  • "America's Rental Housing: Homes for a Diverse Nation" (2006) is available (free) from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, 617/495-7908, mbarnes@gsd.harvard.edu, www.jchs,harvard.edu/publications/rental/rh06_americas_rental_housing.pdf [9815]

  • "Building Rural Communities" is the 2005 Annual Report of the Housing Assistanced Council. Available (likely free) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hac@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [9771]

  • Call for Papers: A special issue of AIDS and Behavior will focus on the role of housing with regard to prevention, consequences, soicial impact & response to HIV/AIDS. Aug. 1 deadline for original manuscripts, to Special Editor Angele Aidala, Columbia Univ. Mailman School of Public Health (issue co-editor with David Holtgrave-Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health & Martha Burt-Urban Inst.), 212/305-7023, aaal@columbia.edu [9783]

  • "Hunger in America 2006," from America's Second Harvest, studied over 52,000 clients served by food providers in their network, and found that 35% had to choose between paying for food and paying for rent or mortgage. Available at www.hungerinamerica.org [9806]

  • Knocking on the Door: The Federal Government's Attempt to Desegregate the Suburbs, by Chris Bonastia (2006) has been published by Princeton Univ. Press [9765]

  • "Racial Integration & Community Revitalization: Applying the Fair Housing Act to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit," by Myron Orfield appeared in the Nov. 2005 Vanderbilt Law Review. [9761]

  • "Report on Housing Discrimination Against Hurricane Katrina Survivors," a 2006 Natl. Fair Housing Alliance study, is available at www.nationalfairhousing.org [9805]

  • "The Best Value in the Subprime Market: State Predatory Lending Reforms," a 2006 Center for Responsible Lending report, is available at www.responsiblelending.org/reports/stateeffects.cfm [9807]

  • "The Rental Housing Affordability Gap: Comparison of 2001 & 2003 American Housing Surveys," by Danilo Pelletiere (19 pp., March 2006), is available ($10) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 727 15th St. NW, 6th flr., Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [9785]

March/April 2006

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January/February 2006

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  • "$215,000 ,000 and Counting: A Summary of Housing Discrimination Lawsuits That Have Been Assisted by the Efforts of Private, Non-profits Fair Housing Organizational Members of the National Fair Housing Alliance"" (june 2005) is available ($5) from the Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit, 313/963-1274. [9680]

  • "Easing the Transition: Housing Assistance & TANF Recipients," a Nov. 2005 report from the Housing Assistance Council, 1015 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. $5, free on their website, www.ruralhome.org [9667]

  • "Literature Review: Impact of Affordable Housing on Individuals & Families" (2005), by the Low Income Investment Fund, is available at www.liifund.org/assets/documents/section_press/Housing_Report_pdf.pdf [9684]

  • "No Home for the Holidays: Report on Housing Discrimination Against Hurricane Katrina Survivors" is a Dec. 20, 2005, 11-page report from the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance. Available (possibly free) from NFHA, 1212 NY Ave. NW, #525, Wash., DC 20005, 202/898-1661, www.nationalfairhousing.org [9664]

  • "Section 8 Homeownership: A Guide for Rural Housing Practitioners" (Dec. 2005) is available ($4) from the Housing Assisance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600; downloadable at www.ruralhome.org [9669]

  • "Subsidized Housing & Children's Nutritional Status," by Alan Meyers appeared in the June 2005 (Vol. 159) of The Archives of Pediatric Medicine, www.archpediatrics.com [9671]

November/December 2005

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  • A Place to Li ve, A Means to Work: How Housing Assistance Can Strengthen Welfare Policy is a 2005 compilation of studies by experts at HUD, the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities, Fannie Mae Fdn. & other institutions. Limited number of free copies are available from [9626]

  • Making a Better World: Public Housing, the Red Scare & the Direction of Modern Los Angeles, by Don Parson (289 pp., 2005, has been published by Univ. Minn. Press. [9590]

  • "State of Metropolitan Housing Report 2005" (22 pp.) is available (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204, 502/584-6858, www.metropolitanhousing.org [9592]

  • The Cost of Being Poor: Poverty, Lead Poisoning & Policy Implementation, by Jeanita W. Richardson (222 pp., 2005, $119.95), has been published by Greenwood, 800/225-5800, www.greenwood.com [9643]

  • "The Family Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative: Family History & Experiences in Supportive Housing," by Clare Nolan, Cathy ten Broeke, Martha R. Burt & Michelle Magee (2005), ia available from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/261-5709, www.urban,org/url/cfm?ID=311224 [9620]

September/October 2005

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  • "How to Better Encourage Homeownership," by Adam Carasso, C. Eugene Steurle & Elizabeth Bell, a 2005 brief from the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, is available at www.urban.org/UploadedPDF311193_IssuesOptions_12.pdf [9543]

  • "Improving Homeownership Among Poor and Moderate-Income Households," by Adam Carasso, Elizabeth Bell, Edgar O. Olsen & C. Eugene Steurle, a 2005 study from the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, is available at www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/311184_improving_homeownership.pdf [9542]

  • "Keeping the Promise: Ending Racial Discrimination and Segregation in Federally Financed Housing," by Florence Roisman appeared in vol. 38 (2005) of theHoward Law Journal. It is part of a symposium on the 40th anniversary of the Community Reinvestment Act. Copies of the article are available (free) frommdeer1@iupui.edu [9532]

  • "Less Aid Given for Latino Housing," by Antonio Olivo (2005), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709, www.urban.org [9558]

  • "Low-End Rental Housing: The Forgotten Story in Baltimore's Housing Boom," by Sandra J. Newman (7 pp., March 2005), is available($5)from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 877/847-7377, pubs@ui.urban.org, www.urban.org [9522]

  • "Promting Work in Public Housing: The Effectiveness of Jobs-Plus," by Howard S. Bloom, James A. Riccio, Nandita Verma & Johanna Walter (263 pp., March 2005) is available (no priced listed) from MDRC, 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016, 212/532-3200, www.mdrc.org [9521]

  • Rural Voices,, the quarterly magazine of The Housing Assistance Council, devoted is Summer 2005, 24-page issue to "Farmworker Housing: Turning Challenges Into Successes." Contact HAC at 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606,Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8660, hac@ruralhousing.org [9540]

  • "The Family Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative: Family History & Experiences in Supportive Housing," by Clare Nolan, Cathy ten Broeke, Martha R. Burt & Michelle Magee (2005), is available from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709, www.urban.org/url.cfm?ID=311224 [9554]

  • "The Promises and Challenges of Co-ops" appeared in the July/Aug. 2005 issue of Shelterforce, www.nhi.org/online/issues/142/co-ops.html [9564]

July/August 2005

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  • "A Community Guide to Creating Affordable Housing" (June 2005), with 14 case studies, is a available from Business & Professional People for the Public Interest, 25 E. Washington St., #1515, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/641-5570; downloadable at www.bpichicago.org [9465]

  • "Discrimination in Metrpolitan Housing Markets" : HUD's reports on the 3 phases of this study are available in printed form (for a "nominal charge") from 800/245-2695, option 4, or are downloadable at www.huduser.org/publications/hsgfin/hds.html [9476]

  • "How Cleveland Redefined Housing Court," by Robert Jaquay appeared in the May/June 2005 issue of Shelterforce; downloadable at www.nhi.org/online/issues/141/housingcourt.html [9482]

  • Manufactured/Mobile/Modular Housing : The July 2005 issue of fedgazette, published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, has 5 articles on the subject. Undoubtedly free from them: 90 Hennepin Ave., PO Box 291, Mpls., MN 55480-0291, 612/204-5255, letters@mpls.frb.org, minneapolisfed.org [9474]

  • Picture the Homeless: Housing Committee has developed a comprehensive legislative platform to address the rehabilitation of unoccupied, boarded-up buildings in NYC in such a way as to create jobs & revitalize neighborhoods. Contact them at 170 E. 116 St., #1W, NYC, NY 10029, 212/417-2499, sam@picturethehomeless.org [9486]

  • "Promoting Work in Public Housing: The Effectiveness of Jobs-Plus," by Howard S. Bloom, James A. Riccio & Nandita Verma (263 pp., March 2005), is available from MDRC, 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016-4326, 212/532-3200, www.mdrc.org [9447]

  • "Proposed Rollback of Housing Choice Threatens Civil Rights" is a 4-page article, by PRRAC, in the June 2005 Housing Law Bulletin. The full report from which the article was drawn is available at www.prrac.org/policy/php [9464]

  • "Tearing Down Community" appeared in the Nov./Dec. 2005 issue of Shelterforce, downloadable at www.nhi.org/online/issues/138/chicago.html [9484]

  • "The Reality of Deconcentration" appeared in the Nov./Dec. 2005 issue of Shelterforce, downloadable at www.nhi.org/online/issues/138/deconcentration.html [9485]

  • "Who Really Get Home Loans: Year Eleven," a 2005 report from the Calif. Reinvestment Coal., looks at Fresno, LA, Oakland, Sacramento & San Diego. Contact the Coal. at 474 Valencia St., #110, SF, CA 94103, www.calreinvest.org [9490]

May/June 2005

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  • "Changing Priorities: The Federal Budget & Housing Assistance, 1976-2005," by Cushing Dolbeare, Irene Basloe Saraf & Sheila Crowley (13 pp. + Tables, Oct. 2004) is available ($20) from the Natl. Low Inc. Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), ADD NEW ADDRESS, Wash., DC, 202/XXX-XXXX,info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [9371]

  • "Moving to Better Neighborhoods with Mobility Counseling" is a 2005 Urban Inst. issue brief, available (likely free) from the Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-8200; downloadable at www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/311146_Roof_8pdf [9383]

  • "National Ingratitude: The Egregious Deficiencies of the United States' Housing Programs for Veterans and the 'Public Scandal' of Veterans' Homelessness," by Florence Roisman (PRRAC Bd. member), appeared in Vol. 38, No. 1 (2005) of Indiana Law Review. Reprints of the 73-page article may be available from Prof. Roisman, 317/274-4479, froisman@iupui.edu<, and the article is downloadable at www.indylaw.indiana.edu/instructors/roisman/ [9396]

  • "New Study of Predatory Lending/Subprime Borrowing," by Michael Stegman, Walter Davis & Roberto G. Quercia (2005) is available at www.ccc.unc.edu [9384]

  • "Out of Breath: Childhood Asthma, Poverty and Housing" is an 8-page, 2005(?) publication, available (possibly free) from the Metropolitan Housing Coal., PO Box 4533, Louisville, KY 40204-4533, AC?/584-6858, www.metropolitanhousing.org [9413]

  • "Promoting Work in Public Housing: The Effectiveness of Jobs-Plus," by Howard S. Bloom, James A. Riccio & Nandita Verma (March 2005, 262 pp.), is available (no price listed) from MRDC, 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016-4328, 212/532-3200, www.mrdc.org [9444]

  • "Residential Landlord-Tenants Law: A Fifty--State Survey of Selected Laws" (2004) is available from kgoldman@appleseed.net [9360]

  • "Success in Affordable Housing: The Metro Denver Experience" (14 pp., Feb. 2005) is available (possibly free) from Business & Professional People in the Public Interest, 25 E. Washington, #1515, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/641-5570, www.bpichicago.org [9387]

  • "The Crisis in America's Housing: Confronting Myths & Promoting a Balanced Housing Policy" (22 pp., Jan. 2005) is a joint publication of the Ctr. for Comm. Change, the Ctr. for Econ. & Policy Research, the Children's Defense Fund, the Comm. Learning Proj. & the Natl. Low Inc. Hsng. Coal. (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley). Available at www.nlihc.org [9367]

  • "They Paved Paradise... Gentrification in Rural Communities" (53 pp., Feb. 2005), is available ($5) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hac@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [9363]

  • "Up Against a Wall: Housing Affordability for Renters -- An Analysis of the 2003 American Community Survey" (12 pp. + Apps., Nov. 2004) is available ($10) from the Natl. Low Inc. Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), ADD NEW ADDRESS, Wash., DC 200XX, 202/XXX-XXXX,info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [9370]

  • "What People Want: The Relocation Information Center Feasibility Study" (60 pp., 2005?) is available (no price listed) from We The People Media, 4859, S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60615, 312/745-2681, www.wethepeoplemedia.org [9369]

March/April 2005

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  • "Addressing Community Opposition to Affordable Housing Development: A Fair Housing Toolkit," by Sara Pratt & Michael Allen has been published by the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania and is available online at Pratt and Allen also offer half- and full-day workshops, 202/277-5551, sleepratt@aol.com, www.knowledgeplex.org/showdoc/html?id=68549 [9278]

  • "Creating Balanced Communities: Lessons in Affordability from Five Affluent Boston Suburbs" (16 pp., Feb. 2005) is available (no price listed) from Business & Profl. People in the Public Interest, 25 E. Washington St., #1515, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/641-5570, www.bpichicago.org [9280]

  • "Home on the Range: Why America's Rural West Needs More Housing Support" (28 pp., Fall 2004) is available (no price listed) from the Rural Collaborative, 435/940-1687. [9126]

  • "Housing and ESC Rights Law Quarterly" (3rd ed.), from the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, is available at www.cohre.org/esc-law-quarterly-htm [9180]

  • "No Second Chance: People with Criminal Records Denied Access to Public Housing" (101 pp., 2004) is available (no price listed) from Human Rights Watch, 350 Fifth Ave., 34th flr., NYC, NY 10118-3299, 212/290-4700, www.hrw.org [9269]

  • Progressive Planning the quarterly magazine of Planners Network, has published its special Winter 2005 issue, "Bush II: What To Do?," co-edited by Tom Angotti and (PRRAC Dir. of Research) Chester Hartman. Contributors include Sheila Crowley (Ex. Dir. of the Natl. Low Inc. Hsng. Coal. & a PRRAC Bd. member), Gus Newport (Ex. Dir. of the Inst. for Comm. Econs.), Frances Fox Piven (CUNY Grad. Ctr.), Angela Blackwell/Kalima Rose (PolicyLink), Anne Pasmanick (Natl. Neighb. Coal.), Peter Marcuse (Columbia) et al. Copies of the 36-page issue are available ($10) Planners Network, 379 Dekalb Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205, pn@pratt.edu [9276]

  • "Rethinking Rental Housing: Expanding the Ability of Rental Housing to Serve as a Pathway to Economic & Social Opportunity," by William Apgar a Jan. 2005 Working Paper from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, is available at www.jchs.harvard.edu/publications/markets/w04-11.pdf. [9292]

  • "Risky Business: An Economic Analysis of the Relationship Between Subprime Lending & Neighborhood Foreclosures," by Daniel Immergluck & Geoff Smith (33 pp., March 2004), has been published by The Woodstock Inst., 407 S. Dearborn, #550, Chicago, IL 60605, 312/427-8070, woodstock@woodstockinst.org, woodstockinst.org/document/riskybusiness.pdf [9227]

  • The Mississippi Center for Justice was founded in June 2002 by civil rights advocates, trial lawyers, social service advocates & others "committed to pursuing systemic advocacy strategies that combat discrimination & poverty in Mississippi." Areas of work include education, foster care, the criminal justice system, voting rights, health care, immigrants, housing. Inf. from the Ctr., 736 N. Congress St., Jackson, MS 39202, 601/352-2269, www.mscenterforjustice.org [9230]

January/February 2005

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  • "$205,000,000 and Counting" is the 10th volume compiled & published by the Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit, reporting on the cumulative amount in settlements & awards between 1/1/90 and 12/31/03 in 2,156 housing discrimination lawsuits assisted by one of the 100+ members of the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance. $6 from the Ctr., 1249 Washington Blvd., #1312, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [9184]

  • 2004 Housing Rights Awards were announced by the Geneva-based Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions (COHRE). The US (along with Russia & Sudan) received their Housing Rights Violator Award for "systematic violation of the human right to adequate housing & continued failure to abide by their international legal obligations." Detailed inf. from www.cohre.org/awards-2004/awards-2004.html [9163]

  • "A Case Study - Columbia Heights Apartments Relocation Report," by Kristin Carbone is an Oct. 2004 report, released by BRAVO (Buyers & Renters Arlington Voice) on the issue of displacement & relocation of low-income tenants from a 152-unit apartment complex in Arlington, VA, renovated by a for-profit developer using low income housing tax credits and public funds. Free from 703/912-1633, bravo_arl@hotmail.com [9200]

  • "America's Neighbors: The Affordable Housing Crisis & the People It Affects" (14 pp., Feb. 2004) is available ($10) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [9231]

  • "Changing Minds, Building Communities: Advancing Affordable Housing Through Communications Campaigns" is a special 2004 issue of the Neighborhood Investment Corp. Neighborworks journal, available (possibly free) from 202/376-2576 (fax), www.nw.org/network/neighborworksprogs/multifamily/symposia/symposium2004.asp [9183]

  • "Changing Priorities: The Federal Budget & Housing Assistance, 1976-2005" from the Natl. Low Inc. Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), is online at www.nlihc.org [9168]

  • "Characteristics of Farmworker Family Housing in North Carolina," by Thomas Arcury (24 pp., Spring 2004) is available (no price listed) from Dr. Arcury, Ctr. for Latino Health Research, Dept. Fam. & Comm. Medicine, Wake Forest Univ. School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1084, 336/716-9438. [9148]

  • "Children & the Right to Adequate Housing: An International Law Resource Guide" (2004) is available from the Housing & Land Rights Network, 7 Muhammad Shafiq St. No. 8, Muhandisin, Cairo, Egypt, hic-mena@hic-mena.org [9206]

  • "Deconstructing 'Deconcentration'" (31 pp., March 2004), The NIMBY Report, is available ($10) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org www.nlihc.org [9235]

  • Defending the Right to a Home: The Power of Anti-Poverty Lawyers, by Beth Harris (246 pp., 2004, $99.95), has been published by Ashgate. [9177]

  • "Expanding Housing Opportunity in Washington, DC" (47 pp., Fall 2003), a PolicyLink publication, is available (no price listed) from PolicyLink, 101 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607, 510/663-2333, www.policylilnk.org [9131]

  • "Fifty Years Later: Brown v. Board of Education & Housing Opportunity" (36 pp., Sept. 2004), The NIMBY Report,is available ($10) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [9234]

  • "Focus Group Findings: Cross-Site Report" (2004?), a joint report from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Inst. & the Natl. Housing Initiative, on impediments to homeownership for Latinos, based on focus groups in 11 cities, is available at www.chci.org/nhi/nhi_focus.html [9205]

  • "Housing in the Nation's Capital 2004" (72 pp.) is available (likely free) from the Fannie Mae Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, No. Tower #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, 202/274-8000, www.mortgagerates.net/additional-resources/fannie-mae-site-guide/ [9117]

  • "Increasing Housing Opportunity in NYC: The Case for Inclusionary Zoning" (52 pp. Fall 2004), a PolicyLink/Pratt Inst. for Comm. & Env. Dev. publication, is available (no price listed) from PolicyLink, 101 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607, 510/663-2333, www.policylink.org [9130]

  • "Losing Ground in the Best of Times: Low Income Renters in the 1990s," by Kathryn P. Nelson, Mark Treskon & Danilo Pelletiere (18 pp., March 2004), is available ($10) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org [9233]

  • Opportunity & Progress: A Bipartisan Platform for National Housing Policy, by Henry Cisneros, Jack Kemp, Kent Colton & Nicolas P. Retsinas (2004), is available ($20) from the Harvard Joint Ctr. for Housing Studies, 617/495-7908, www.nhc.org/JCHS_POLICY_BOOK.pdf [9229]

  • "Opportunity Knocks" is a 23-page pamphlet (n.d.) for families considering moves out of racially- and poverty-impacted neighborhoods under programs like Gautreaux in Chicago. Available from the Chicago Housing Choice Voucher Program, 312/986-9400, www.chacinc.com [9224]

  • "Paycheck to Paycheck: Wages & the Cost of Housing in the Counties, 2004," by Barbara Lipman (54 pp., July 2004), from the Ctr. for Housing Policy & the Natl. Assn. of Counties, is available (no price given) from the Ctr., 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006, 202/466-2121. An online, interactive db is at www.nhc.org., www.nhc.org/centerforhousingpolicy.htm [9147]

  • "Predatory Lending: What Does Wall Street Have to Do with It?," by Kathleen C. Engel & Patricia A. McCoy appeared in Housing Policy Debate (2004, Vol. 15, Issue 3). Reprints of the 37-page article likely are available from Prof. Engel, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 2121 Euclid Ave. LB 222, Cleveland, OH 44115-2214, 216/687-2535, kathleen.engel.law.csuohio.edu, www.law.csuohio.edu [9134]

  • "Putting the 'Choice' in Housing Choice Vouchers (Part 3)" (July 2004, 9 pp.+ tables/maps) is available (no price listed) from the Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance, PO Box 1892, Chicago, IL 60690, 312/409-3854, info@cafha.org. [9127]

  • "Race, Place & Housing: Housing Conditions in Rural Minority Counties" is a 2004 report, available ($15 or downloadable free) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, HAC@ruralhome.org, www.ruralhome.org [9138]

  • "Vouchers Thwarted & Threatened," by Beth Kodluboy & Paul Birnberg (17 pp., Nov. 2004), is HOME Line's 10th annual survey of landlords in Anoka, Dakota & suburban Hennepin [MN] Counties. Available (likely free) from 612/728-5770, x107, www.homelinemn.org/downloads/section8/2004_section8_report.pdf [9202]

November/December 2004

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  • "Community Service Requirement for Public Housing Residents: States' Implementation & Strategies for Advocates," by Judith Goldiner & Risa E. Kaufman is an 11-page article in the July/Aug., 2004Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy. Available from the Sargent Shriver Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 50 E. Washington St., #500, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org, www.povertylaw.org [9031]

  • "Housing First for Families" is a 2004 handbook from the Natl. Alliance to End Homelessness, available at www.naeh.org/networks/housingfirst [9039]

  • "Making Rural Housing Programs Work in Indian Country" (Sept. 2004) is available ($5) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, x141, leslie@ruralhome.org, downloadable at www.ruralhome.org [9065]

  • "New ACORN Study on Lending Disparities" shows evidence of increased disparities in mortgage loans to minority & low-income borrowers in cities across the country. Contact Valerie Coffin, 410/735-3373, fairhousing@acorn.org [9091]

  • "Protecting Low-Income Communities From the New 'Urban Renewal': Antidisplacement Advocacy & Relocation Rights Enforcement," by S. Lynn Martinez is a 23-page article in the Sept./Oct. 2003 issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy. Available from the Sargent Shriver Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 50 E. Washington St., #500, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org,
    www.povertylaw.org
    [9032]

  • "Putting the 'Choice' in Housing Choice Vouchers (Pt. 3)" (44 pp., July 2004), by the Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance & the Housing Choice Voucher Project, is available at www.state.il.us/dhr/Housenet/Vouchers.pdf [9067]

  • "The Human Right to Housing: Making the Case in U.S. Advocacy," by Maria Foscarinis, Brad Paul, Bruce Porter & Andrew Scherer is a 17-page article in the July-Aug. 2004 issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy, available from the Sargent Shriver Natl. Ctr. for Poverty Law, 50 E. Washington St., #500, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org, www.povertylaw.org [9029]

  • "The Impacts of Neighborhood Poverty Deconcentration Efforts on Low-Income Children's & Adolescents' Well-Being," by Rebecca C. Fauth appeared in Children, Youth and Environments, 14(1), 2004, pp. 1-55. [9077]

  • Why the Poor Pay More: How to Stop Predatory Lending, ed. Gregory D. Squires (2004), is just out; 238-page collection ($44.95, from Greenwood Pub. Gp., 800/225-5800), covers the full range of issues around this growing, nefarious practice. The 9 chapters include a Foreword by Clarence Page & contributions by Maude Hurd and her ACORN colleagues, a Philadelphia case study, discussion of legal remedies by John Relman and colleagues, a summary chapter by PRRAC's Chester Hartman & an appendix with Resources. [9047]

September/October 2004

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  • "Boom or Bust? Public Investment in Homeownership" was a 2004 program hosted by The Population Resource Ctr. Speakers included representatives of The Census Bureau, Congressional committees and the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies. Copies of the speakers' materials are available at www.prcdc.org/programs/housing04/housing04.html [8999]

  • "Hedging His Bets: Why Nixon Killed HUD's Desegregation Efforts," by Chris Bonastia is a 33-page article in the Spring 2004 issue of Social Science History. Reprints may be available from the author, cbonastia@earthlink.net [9002]

  • "HOPE VI Relocation: Moving to New Neighborhoods & Building New Ties," by Susan Clampit-Lundquist is a 33-page article in Vol. 15, No. 2 (2004) of Housing Policy Debate. Issue (and subs) free from Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, No. Tower #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, fmfpubs@fanniemaefoundation.org [8944]

  • "Housing Impact Assessments: Opening New Doors for State Housing Regulation While Localism Persists," by Tim Iglesias is an 82-page article appearing in the Summer 2003 issue of Oregon Law Review. Reprints may be available from Prof. Iglesias, Univ. San Francisco Law School, 2130 Fulton St., SF, CA 94117-1080, 415/422-5870, Iglesias@usfca.edu [8946]

  • "Paycheck to Paycheck: Wages & Cost of Housing in Counties, 2004," by Barbara Lipman is available (possibly free) from the Ctr. for Housing Policy, 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006-1301, 202/466-2121, www.nhc.org/nhcimages/Paycheck_Counties2004.pdf [8981]

  • "Private Sector Partnerships: Investing in Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization," by Leigh Bezezekoff, Louis A. Galuppo, H. Beth Marcus, Barbara McCormick, Raymond Schmidt, Robin Synderman, Kari Stanley & Eleanor White (June 2004), is available (possibly free) from the Natl. Housing Coal., 1801 M St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006-1301, 202/466-2121, www.nhc.org/PrivateSectorFinal04.pdf [8982]

  • "The HOPE VI Program: What About the Residents," by Susan Popkin, Diane Levy, Laura E. Harris, Jennifer T. Comey, Mary Cunningham & Larry Buron is a 29-page article in Vol.15, No. 2 (2004) of Housing Policy Debate. Issue (and subs) free from Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, No. Tower #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, fmfpubs@fanniemaefoundation.org [8945]

July/August 2004

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  • "2004 Advocates' Guide to Housing and Community Development Policy" is available from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. (whose Ex. Dir. Sheila Crowley is a PRRAC Bd. member), www.nlihc.org/advocates/AG2004.pdf [8892]

  • "2004 Fair Housing Trends Report" (17 pp., April 2004), is available (possibly free) from the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance, 1212 NY Ave. NW, #525, Wash. DC 20005, 202/898-1661. They also have some first rate posters, prepared by the Ad Council, HUD & the Leadership Conf. on Civil Rights Educ. Fund (chaired by PRRAC Bd. member William Taylor), www.nationalfairhousing.org [8743]

  • "Achieving the American Dream: The Impact of Homeownership on Opportunity for Low- and Moderate-Income Individuals," by Shannon Van Zandt & William Rohe (2004), is available at vanzandt@email.unc.edu [8688]

  • "Affordable Housing as an Election Issue:" The National Housing Opportunity Pulse, an April 2004 national poll by the Natl. Assn. of Realtors, found that 81% of voters would like to see government place a higher priority on affordable rental and ownership housing. Results at www.realtor.org/newsmedia [8886]

  • "Boom or Bust? Public Investment in Homeownership" was a program held by the Population Resource Ctr. Copies of materials presented by the speakers are available at www.prcdc.org/programs/housing04/housing04/html [8832]

  • "Census Note 14 -- A Tale of Two Cities: Growing Affordability Problems Amidst Rising Homeownership for Urban Minorities" is available from Fannie Mae, content.knowledgeplex.org/kp2/cache/kp/31459.pdf [8891]

  • Children, Youth and Environments in its new (2004) issue contains several papers on urban poverty and housing, including articles by John Goering on Moving to Opportunity; Barry Checkoway et al. on the South Bronx; and Lee Rainwater/Timothy Smeeding on internatl. trends. Journal is free at cye.colorado.edu [8840]

  • "Discrimination in Metropolitan Housing Markets: National Results from Phase 1, Phase 2 & Phase 3 of the Housing Discrimination Study" is available at www.huduser.org/publications/hsgfin/hds.html [8890]

  • Housing America's Low Income Families is a new (2004) Urban Inst. web feature on design, implementatoin & impact of federal housing policy: [8873]

  • Housing America's Low-Income Families is a new (2004) Urban Inst. web feature providing inf. on federal housing policy design, implementation & impact, www.urban.org/Template.cfm?NavMenuID=14#housing [8899]

  • Housing and ESC Rights Law Quarterly (inaugural edition), published by the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, has reports on right to health in Africa & Ecuador; the award-winning Scottish Homelessness Act of 2003; etc. Available at www/cohre.org/downloads/Quarterly_01.pdf [8876]

  • "Housing Assistance and the Effects of Welfare Reform" (2004) provides evidence from Conn. and Minn. Available at www.mdrc.org/ [8854]

  • "Housing in Northwest Indiana: Afforability, Adequacy, Accessibility" (19 pp., Spring 2004) is available (no price listed) from The Heartland Ctr., 7128 Arizona Ave., Hammond, IN 46323-2233, 219/844-7515, mail@heartlandctr.org [8791]

  • Housing Organizing is a Ctr. for Community Change newsletter. Issue #2 (Spring 2004) has articles on Inclusionary Zoning and Community Organizing, campaigns in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego & Mass., etc. Contact the Ctr. at 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0567, dhockett@communitychange.org, www.communitychange.org [8878]

  • "HUD Housing Programs: Tenants' Rights" (3rd. ed., 2004) is available ($355, CD-ROM included) from the Natl. Housing Law Project, 614 Grand Ave., #320, Oakland, CA 94610, 510/251-9400, lclaudio@nhlp.org [8793]

  • Moving to Opportunity for Fair Housing Demonstration Program: HUD has made available to the social science research community data from this program. Link is www.huduser.org/publications/fairhsg/MTODemData.html. [8851]

  • "Private Sector Partnerships: Investing in Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization" (34 pp) is the June 2004 issue of NHC Affordable Housing Policy Review, published by and available (possibly free) from the Natl. Housing Conf., 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006, 202/466-2121, nhc@nhc.org, www.nhc.org [8792]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing 2004" has been released by the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies; hard copy $2.25 (postage cost) from Luz Rosas at the Housing Assistance Council, 202/842-8600; downloadable free at www.jchs.harvard.edu [8888]

  • "What's Next for Distressed Public Housing?," by Margery Austin Turner, G. Thomas Kingley, Susan Popkin & Martin D. Abravanel (2004), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 202/261-5709. [8872]

  • "Working Families with Children: A Closer Look at Homeownership Trends" (2004), from the Center for Housing Policy, is downloadable at www.nhc.org [8857]

May/June 2004

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  • "A Decade of HOPE VI: Research Findings & Policy Challenges," by Susan Popkin, Bruce Katz, Mary Cunningham, Karen Brown, Jeremy Gustafson & Margery Austin Turner (62 pp., May 2004) is available (no price listed) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200. [8668]

  • "A Hope Unseen: Voices From the Other Side of HOPE VI" is an 86-page, 2004 field study by the Ctr. for Comm. Change & ENPHRONT (Everywhere and Now Public Housing Residents Organizing Nationally Together). Available (no price listed) from the Center, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0519. [8697]

  • "Accessing Insurance: Protecting a Community's Greatest Assets" is the lead set of articles from the Spring 2004 issue of Bright Ideas, published by and available (likely free) from NeighborWorks, Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., 1325 G St. NW, #800, Wash., DC 20005, 202/220-2399 www.nw.org [8698]

  • "Housing Assistance & the Effects of Welfare Reform" is the subject of a 2004 HUD report, using evidence from Connecticut & Minnesota. Available from HUD USER, 800/245-2691 www.huduser.org/publications/pubasst/housingAsst.html [8744]

  • "HUD's Voucher Policy" The Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member Robert Greenstein) has an April 2004 paper discussing HUD's voucher funding policy; available at www.cbpp.org/4-26-04hous.htm [8694]

  • "Native American Housing" is the theme of the Spring 2004 issue of Rural Voices, the magazine of the Housing Assistance Council. The 29-page issue is available (free) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600 www.ruralhome.org [8663]

March/April 2004

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  • "Discrimination in Metropolitan Housing Markets: Phase 3 - Native Americans" is a 2004(?) Urban Inst. study conducted for HUD concludes that discrimination was greater for Native Americans than for African Americans, Hispanics, Asians or Pacific Islanders. Downloadable at www.huduser.org/publications/hsgfin/hds_phase3.html [8549]

  • "HOPE VI: Resident Issues & Changes in Neighborhoods Surrounding Grant Sites" a 2003(?) USGAO report, is downloadable at www.gao.gov/new/items/d04109.pdf [8546]

  • "Housing Wealth & Household Net Wealth in the US: A New Profile Based on the Recently Released 2001 SCF Data," by Zhu Xiao Di is a 2004 working paper from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, downloadable at htpp://www.jchs.harvard.edu/publications/finance/w03-8_di.pdf [8585]

  • "No Longer Children: Case Studies of the Living & Working Conditions of the Youth Who Harvest America's Crop" (37 pp., May 2001) is available (no price listed) from Aguirre Internatl., 555 Airport Blvd, #400 Burlingame CA 94010-2036 [8519]

  • "Participating in a Place-Based Employment Initiative: Lessons from the Jobs-Plus Demonstration in Public Housing" is a 2004 Manpower Demonstration Research Report, downloadable at www.mdrc.org/publications/364/overview.html [8540]

  • Residents' Journal is a first-rate newspaper-like periodical (usually 24 pp.) by and for Chicago public housing residents. For inf. (and likely a free sample copy), contact We The People Media, 4859 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60615, 312/745-2682, www.wethepeoplemedia.org [8532]

  • "Rethinking Local Affordable Housing Strategies: Lessons from 70 Years of Policy & Practice" is a 2004(?) report, downloadable at www.brookings.edu/es/urban/housingreview.htm [8537]

  • "Seniors & Their Homes" (2004?) is available ($10) from the Housing Assistance Council, 202/842-8600, luz@ruralhome.org; downloadable at www.ruralhome.org [8382]

  • "Student Mobility & Housing" The Metropolitan Housing Coal. (Louisville, KY) has just published an issue paper examining the effect of housing needs on student movement (mobility) in the Jefferson Cty. public schools. Available at www.metropolitanhousing.org [8487]

  • "The McKinney-Vento Act: Stable Schooling Despite Unstable Housing," by Patricia F. Julianelle (10 pp.) appeared in the Jan./Feb. 2004 issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy. Inf. from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 50 E. Washington St., #500, Chicago, IL 60602, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org, www.povertylaw.org [8593]

  • "Trends in Worst Case Needs for Housing, 1978-1999: A Report to Congress" (2004) is available ($5) from HUD User, 800/245-2691; downloadable at www.huduser.org/publications/affhsg/worstcases03.html. [8407]

  • "Who Really Gets Home Loans? Year Ten: Mortgage Lending to African-American & Latino Borrowers in 5 California Communities in 2002" (39 pp., Nov. 2003) is available (no price listed) from the Calif. Reinvestment Comm., 474 Valencia St., #110, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980, www.calreinvest.org [8361]

January/February 2004

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November/December 2003

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  • A Place to Live, a Means to Work: How Housing Assistance Can Strengthen Welfare Policy, eds. Barbara Sard & Amy S. Bogdon (267 pp., 2003), is available (likely free) from The Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, North Tower #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, fmfpubs@fanniemaefoundation.org. Contributors include Jill Khadduri, Ed Lazere, Jeffrey Lubell, Kathryn Nelson et al. An 8-page Summary of Recommendations also is available. [8049]

  • "Building the Framework: Housing Infrastructure Development in Indian Country" (2003), is available (free) -- as is a related video in DVD or VHS - from the Native Amer. Indian Housing Council, 202/789-1754. [8169]

  • Choosing a Better Life? Evaluating the Moving to Opportunity Social Experiment, eds. John Goering & Judith D. Feins (2003), has been published by The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200, www.urban.org [8119]

  • Clearing the Way: Deconcentrating the Poor in Urban America, by Edward Goetz (2003), has been published by Urban Inst. Press, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200. [8092]

  • "Costs and Utilization in the Housing Choice Voucher Program" is available (no price listed) from HUD USER, 800/245-2691; downloadable at www.huduser.org/publications/pubasst/cost_util_voucher.html [8174]

  • "Digest of Cases & Other Resources in Fair Housing for People with Disabilities," by Michael Allen (94 pp., 2003), is available ($15.50) from the Bazelon Ctr. for Mental Health Law, 202/467-5730, x121, leec@bazelon.org, www.bazelon.org [8176]

  • "Expanding Housing Opportunity in Washington, DC: The Case for Inclusiionary Zoning" is an Oct. 2003 report, from PolicyLink, www.policylink.org/DCIZ.html [8118]

  • "From NIMBY to Good Neighbors: Recent Studies Reinforce that Apartments are Good for a Community" is a 2003 White Paper from the Natl. Multi Housing Council, downloadable at www.nmhc.org/Content/ServeContent.cfm?ContentItemID=2994 [8151]

  • "HOPE Unseen: Voices from the Other Side of HOPE VI" (2003), from the Ctr. for Comm. Change & ENPHRONT, is downloadable at www.communitychange.org/housing/hopeunseenexecsumm.doc [8167]

  • "Housing in the Nation's Capital" (67 pp. 2003) is available (likely free) from the Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, North Tower #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, 202/274-8000, www.fanniemaefoundation.org [8067]

  • "Inclusionary Zoning in California: 30 Years of Innovation" (July 2003) has been published by the Calif. Coal. for Rural Housing & the Non-Profit Assn. of Northern Calif. Inf. from 916/443-4448, www.calruralhousing.org [8147]

  • "Out of Reach 2003" the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. annual report that looks at how much a person working full-time has to earn per hour to be able to afford modest rental housing, is available ($25) from the Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #600, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, x227, www.nlihc.org [8166]

  • "Permanently Affordable Homeownership: Does the Community Land Trust Deliver on Its Promises?," by John Emmeus Davis & Amy Demetrowitz (31 pp., May 2003), is available (no price listed) from Burlington Community Land Trust, PO Box 523, 179 S. Winsooki Ave., Burlington, VT 05402, 802/651-0730, BurlAssoc@aol.com. [8061]

  • "Tax Policy as Housing Policy," by Michael Stegman, Walter Davis & Roberto G. Quercia is a 2003 report from The Brookings Institution, downloadable at www.brookings.edu/es/urban/publications/200310_Stegman.htm [8150]

  • Unfair Housing: How National Policy Shapes Community Action, by Mara S. Sidney (200 pp., 2003, $16.95), has been published by Univ. KS Press, 785/864-4155. [8107]

  • "Using Housing Vouchers to Move to the Suburbs: The Alameda County, California, Experience," by David Varady & Carole C. Walker appeared in 39 Urban Affairs Review (2003). [8121]

  • "What Does 'Fair Housing' Means for People with Disabilities," by Michael Allen (52 pp., 2003 ed.), is available ($6) from the Bazelon Ctr. for Mental Health Law, 202/467-5730, x121, leec2bazelon.org, www.bazelon.org [8175]

September/October 2003

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  • "A Quiet Crisis: Federal Funding & Unmet Needs in Indian Country" is a 2003 US Commn. on Civil Rights report, available from 202/833-9771 or at www.usccr.gov [7975]

  • "America's Newest Working Families: Cost, Crowding & Conditions for Immigrants," by Barbara Lipman (40 pp., July 2003), is available (possibly free) from the Ctr. for Housing Policy, 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006-1301, 202/466-2121, nhc@nhc.org, www.nhc.org [7959]

  • Choosing a Better Life? Evaluating the Moving the Opportunity Social Experiment, eds. John Goering & Judith D. Feins (421 pp., 2003), is available ($34.50) from The Urban Inst. Press, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 877/847-7377. [7984]

  • "Discrimination in Metropolitan Housing Markets: Phase 2-Asians & Pacific Islanders," by Margery Austin Turner, Beata Bednarz, Carla Herbig & Lee Seon Joo (July 2003), is available from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709, paffairs@ui.urban.org, www.urban.org/url.cfm?ID=1000502 [8022]

  • Forum on the Right to Housing: A short video of excerpts from this forum, held in the Spring of 2003, sponsored by the Natl. Law Ctr. on Homelessness & Poverty, is available at www.nlchp.org/Getinvolved/registration1.cfm [7980]

  • "High Costs Lending on Indian Reservations -- Watch Out If You Are Buying a Home" (2003) by the American Indian Housing Council & the Natl. Comm. Reinvestment Coal, is available (possibly free) from NCRC, 202/628-8866, rmaleh@ncrc.org, www.ncrc.org [7983]

  • Homes & Hands: Community Land Trusts in Action, by Helen S. Cohen & Debra Chasnoff is a 2003(?) film, available (with a viewing guide) from the Inst. for Community Economics, 57 School St., Springfield, MA 01105-1331, 413/746-8660, iceconomic@aol.com Rental is $50, purchase $69 (comm. orgs.), $125 (univs./insts.) [8021]

  • "Residents at Risk: A Profile of Ida B. Wells & Madden Park," by Susan Popkin, Mary Cunningham & William Woodley is an Aug. 2003 Urban Inst. report on the results of HOPE VI public housing redevelopment. Downloadable at www.urban.org/url.cfm?ID=310824 [7970]

  • "Stop the Stage Coach! An Overview of Wells Fargo's Predatory Lending Practices" is a 16-page, 2003 report, available (possibly free) from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500, www.acorn.org [7966]

  • "The Impact of North Carolina's Anti-Predatory Lending Law: A Descriptive Assessment" is a 2003 report from the Univ. No. Carolina, available (free) at www.ccc/unc.edu [8005]

  • "Your Fair Housing Rights" is the generic title of a series of 4 well-done pamphlets published by the Wash., DC Dept. of Housing & Comm. Dev. They deal, respectively, with Disability, Religion, Race/Color/National Origin & Sex. For copies, contact Sonia Gutierrez, DHCD, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Wash., DC 20002, 202/442-7200. [7989]

July/August 2003

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  • "2003 Advocates' Guide to Housing & Community Development Policy" is available ($25) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley), 202/662-1530, x227; can be downloaded at www.nlihc.org [7909]

  • "EITC Could Provide New Approach to Affordable Housing," by Michael Stegman, Walter Davis & Roberto G. Quercia is a 2003 Brookings paper, available at www.brookings.edu.urban [7926]

  • "Hardship among theUninsured: Choosing among Fodd, Housing & Health Insurance," by Sharon Long is a May 2003 Urban Inst. Policy Brief (B-54), available (free) from bnowak@ui.urban.org. [7918]

  • "Impacts of Welfare Reform on Recipients of Housing Assistance: Evidence from Indiana & Delaware" (2003), by HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research, is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 23268, Wash., DC 20026-3268, 800/245-2691, helpdesk@huduser.org. www.huduser.org [7906]

  • Organizing Access to Capital: Advocacy & the Democratization of Financial Institutions, ed. Gregory D. Squires (238 pp, 2003, $22.95), has been published by Temple Univ. Press (800/621-2736). Among the contribtors: Maude Hurd/Steven Kest (ACORN), Allen Fishbein (Ctr. for Comm. Change), John Taylor/Josh Silver (Natl. Comm. Reinvestment Coal.), Peter Dreier. [7863]

  • "The Economic Impact of HOPE VI on Neighborhoods," by Sean Zielenbach (50 pp., n.d. [2003]), is available (no price given) from the Housing Research Fdn., 1250 Eye St. NW, #901B, Wash., DC 20005, 202/393-0448 www.housingresearch.org [7864]

  • "The Fiscal Impact of New Housing Development in Massachusetts: A Critical Analysis" is available (no price given) from Citizens Housing & Planning Assn., 617/742-0820, aarong@chapa.org, www.chapa.org/Fiscal_LongReport.pdf. [7910]

  • "Who Will House the Poor? Unraveling the Safety Net -- The Threat to America's Public Housing" (11 pp., n.d. [2003?]) is available (no price listed) from The Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, 1250 Eye St. NW, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-1300. [7949]

May/June 2003

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  • "Impacts of Welfare Reform on Recipients of Housing Assistance: Evidence from Indiana & Delaware" prepared by Abt Associates, is available at www.huduser.org/publications/commdev/welfare_reform.html [7641]

  • "Housing Strategies to Strengthen Welfare Policy & Support Working Families," by Barbara Sard & Margy Waller (11 pp., April 2002), is available (possibly free) from The Brookings Inst. Ctr. on Urban & Met. Policy, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036-2188, 202/797-6139, www.brookings.edu. [7705]

  • National Perspectives on Housing Rights, ed. Scott Leckie (335 pp., 2003), published by Kluwel Law Internatl., is available (at the unfortunately steep price of $125) from Aspen Publishers, 877/529-5427. Nelson Mandela wrote the Foreword, and the US chapter is by PRRAC Exec. Dir. Chester Hartman (which chapter may be posted shortly on PRRAC's website). [7631]

  • Rent:Income Data: A spreadsheet showing for each 108th Cong. District gross rent as a % of household income, with % of households paying 30+% of income for rent (1999, 2000 Census data) is available on the Techpolitics website, congress.techpolitics.org [7639]

  • "Residential Mortgage Lending Disparities in Washington, DC" is a 45-page, Aug. 1998 report from the DC Advisory Comm. to the US Commn. on Civil Rights. Available (likely free) from Marc Pentino at the Commn., 624 9th St. NW, Wash., DC 20425, 202/376-7533, mpentino@usccr.gov [7514]

  • Returning Home: Housing & Property Restitution Rights of Refugees & Displaced Persons, ed. Scott Leckie (ca. 450 pp., Summer 2003), will be published by Transnational Publishers, 410 Saw Mill River Rd., Ardsley, NY 10502-2615, 800/914-8186 -- $125, but 30% discount for orders recd. by 8/30/03, www.transnationalpubs.com [7719]

  • "Separate & Unequal: The Neighborhood Gap for Blacks & Hispanics in Metropolitan Areas" (2003?) is available from the Mumford Ctr. for Comparative Urban & Reg. Research, SUNY-Albany, 518/442-2579, mmigliano@albany.edu. Full report available at mumford1.dyndns.org/cen2000.SepUneq/SUReport/SURepPage1.htm [7642]

  • "The Housing Puzzle" is the theme of the Spring 2003 issue of the Ford Foundation Report. Articles on Chicago public housing, gentrification in Brooklyn, manufactured homes & other subjects. Likely free, from the Foundation, 320 E. 43 St., NYC, NY 10017, www.fordfound.org. [7704]

  • The Journal of Law in Society Fall 2002 (Vol. 4, No. 1) contains a 4-article, 70-page symposium on gentrification, focusing largely on Detroit and Chicago. The issue is available ($10) from the journal, Wayne St. Univ. Law School, 471 W. Palmer, Detroit, MI 48202, lawjournal@wayne.edu. [7467]

  • "Women & Housing: A Status Report" (March, 2003) is available from The McAuley Inst., www/mcauley.org [7644]

March/April 2003

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  • "A Guide to Federal Housing & Community Development Programs for Small Towns & Rural Area" (2003) has been published by the Housing Assistance Council. Printed copies are $7.50 from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600; downloadable from www.ruralhome.org [7531]

  • "All Other Things Being Equal: A Paired Testing Study of Mortgage Lending Institutions," by Margery Austin Turner, Fred Freiberg, Erin Godfrey, Carla Herbig, Diane Levy & Robin Smith (5-page Exec. Summary, April 2002), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709, paffairs@ui.urban.org [7433]

  • "By Words & Deeds: Racial Steering by Real Estate Agents in the US in 2000," by George Galster & Erin Godfrey (36 pp., March 2003), is available from Prof. Galster, Wayne St. Univ., Faculty/Adm. Bldg. #318, Detroit, MI 48202, 313/577-9084, George_Galster@Wayne.edu. [7463]

  • "Discrimination in Metropolitan Housing Markets: National Results from Phase I of HDS2000," by Margery Austin Turner, Stephen L. Ross, George Galster & John Yinger (8-page, Nov. 2002 Exec. Summary), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709, paffairs@ui.urban.org. [7435]

  • "How Much Do We Know? Public Awareness of the Nation's Fair Housing Laws," by Martin D. Abravanel & Mary Cunningham (44 pp., April 2002), is available (likely free) from HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research, Wash., DC 20410, 800/245-2691. www.huduser.org [7426]

  • "Stemming the Tide: A Handbook on Preserving Subsidized Family Housing," by Emily Achtenberg (2002), is available (no price given) from LISC, 212/455-9821, khiggins@liscnet.org; downloadable from liscnet.org/resources/2002/09/multifamily_838.shtml. [7563]

  • "Universal Living Wage" is an initiative of House the Homeless -- it is a single national formula indexed to the local cost of housing, in order to allow people to afford basic rental housing. Inf. from Richard Troxell, Universal Living Wage, PO Box 2312, Austin, TX 78768-2312, 512/796-4366, rrtoxell@aol.com, www.UniversalLivingWage.org [7480]

  • "Using Civil Rights Laws to Advance Affordable Housing" (32 pp., Fall 2002) is available (no price listed) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #600, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [7457]

January/February 2003

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  • "America's Working Families and the Housing Landscape, 1997-2001" (35 pp., Nov. 2002) is available (possibly free) from the Natl. Housing Conf., 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006-1301, 202/466-2121, nhc@nhc.org, www.nhc.org [7312]

  • "Anti-Predatory Lending Toolkit" (2002) is available ($10) from the Natl. Comm. Reinvestment Coal., 202/628-8866. [7358]

  • "HOPE VI Panel Study: Baseline Report" (Exec. Summary, 8 pp., Dec. 2002) is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5709. [7367]

  • "Millennial Housing Commisison:" The full set consultant reports prepared for the Commission's final report is available (likely free) from mhcorder@nhc.org. [7405]

  • "Money Talks, but Most Landlords Aren't Listening" (Nov. 2002) is Sec. 8 Report #8, a survey of acceptance of Sec. 8 vouchers in Anoka, Dakota & suburban Hennepin Counties, MN. Available (free) from HOME Line, 3455 Bloomington Ave., Mpls., MN 55407, 612/728-5770. [7338]

  • Poverty Law Manual for the New Lawyer (2002) has been published by the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law. All articles -- on TANF, food stamps, public housing, health, domestic violence, family law, etc. -- are available at www.povertylaw.org [7413]

  • "Rural Houisng & Health" is the theme of the Fall/Winter issue of Rural Voices, the magazine of the Housing Assistance Council. Free (as are subs.) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. [7315]

  • "Six Case Studies: Tribal Self-Determination Utilizing NAHASDA Activities" (2002?) is available from the Amer. Indian Housing Council, 202/789-1754, vseneca@naihc.net. [7340]

  • "Subprime Lending:" ACORN has released a report (Nov. 2002) looking at national data & data for 67 met. areas. Available at www.acorn.org/acorn10/predatorylending/plreports/SU2002/index.php, csaffert@acorn.org, 718/246-7900. [7320]

  • "Taking Stock: Rural People, Poverty & Housing at the Turn of the 21st Century" (Nov. 2002) is available ($26) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, HAC@ruralhome.org. The Exec. Summary is downloadable at www.ruralhome.org/pubs/hsganalysis/ts2000/index.htm, www.ruralhome.org [7336]

  • "The HOPE VI Program - What About the Residents?,," by Susan Popkin (5 pp., Dec. 2002), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash.,. DC 20037, 202/261-5709. [7365]

  • "The Robert Taylor Homes Relocation Study" (14 pp., Sept. 2002) is available (possibly free) from Prof. Sudhir Venkatesh, Columbia Univ., 420 W. 118 St., #813, Mail code 3355, NYC, NY 10027, 212/854-2072; downloadable at www.sociology.columbia.edu/downloads/other/sv185/robert_taylor.pdf. [7384]

November/December 2002

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  • "ACORN Mortgage Discrimination Study" (2002) is downloadable at www.acorn.org/acorn10/communityreinvestment/reports.htm. [7270]

  • "Families in Transition: A Qualitative Analysis of the MTO Experience" (May 2002) reports on HUD's 5-city Moving to Opportunity for Fair Housing Demonstration Program. Available at www.huduser.org/publications/pubasst/mtoqualf.html. [7273]

  • Low-Income Homeownership: Examining the Unexamined Goal, eds. Nicolas P. Retsinas & Eric S. Belsky (495 pp., 2002), is available ($19.95) from Brookings Inst. Press, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036, 202/797-6000, www.brookings.edu/dybdocroot/press/books/low_income_homeownership.htm. [7175]

  • "Millennial Misfire," by Chester Hartman a 3-page (very) critical review of The Millennial Housing Commission's May 2002 report, appeared in the July/Aug. issue of Shelterforce. Available from PRRAC (free) with a SASE, and it's on our website: www.prrac.org. [7218]

  • "Pursuing Racial Justice" is the July/Aug. 2002 issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy, the 2nd of a 2-part special. The 7 articles + 4 book reviews (one of which is PRRAC Exec. Dir. Chester Hartman's review of Paul Wachtel's Race in the Mind of America: Breaking the Vicious Circle Between Blacks and Whites) cover health care disparities, retail car loan discrimination, predatory lending, employment discrimination, immigrant worker organizing, racial segregation in FHA programs, and other issues. Ordering inf. (for both parts) from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. www.povertylaw.org [7143]

  • "Race, Place & Segregation: Redrawing the Color Line in Our Nation's Metros" is the overall theme of 4 2002 studies of Boston ("Race, Place & Opportunity: Racial Change & Segregation in the Boston Metropolitan Area - 1990-2000," by Nancy McArdle); Chicago ("Integration or Resegregation: Metropolitan Chicago at the Turn of the New Century," by Guy Stuart); "Race, Place & Opportunity: Racial Change & Segregation in the Chicago Metropolitan Area - 1990-2000," by Nancy McCardle); San Diego ("Race, Place & Opportunity: Racial Change & Segregation in the San Diego Metropolitan Area - 1990-2000," by Nancy McArdle). Available from the Harvard Civil Rights Project. www.law.harvard.edu/groups/civilrights/publications/housing02/synopsis.html. [7127]

  • Survey Says Voters Would Make Housing a Higher Priority Than Tax Cuts: A bipartisan poll commissioned by the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley) showed that 52% of likely voters say spending on affordable rental housing is more important than cutting taxes, and 61% say such spending is good for the economy. See www.nlihc.org. [7300]

  • "Welfare-to-Work Housing Vouchers" is the subject of an Aug. 2002 paper, by Barbara Sard & Shayna Strom of the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities. Available at www.cbpp.org/8-28-02hous.pdf. [7199]

September/October 2002

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  • "CHA [Chicago Housing Authority] Relocation Counseling Assessment," by Susan Popkin & Mary Cunningham (32 pp. + Apps.), is available (possibly free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200. [6999]

  • "Changing Priorities: The Federal Budget & Housing Assistance, 1976-2007," by Cushing Dolbeare & Sheila Crowley (22 pp., Aug. 2002), is available ($20) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1973, info@nlihc.org, www.nlihc.org. [7088]

  • Enforcing Housing Rights in the Americas: Pursuing Housing Rights Claims Within the Inter-American System of Human Rights (143 pp., Jan. 2002) is available (no price given) from the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, 83 Rue de Montbillant, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, 41.22.734.1028, cohre@cohre.org. www.cohre.org. [6978]

  • "Every Door Closed: Barriers Facing Parents with Criminal Records" is a joint report from the Ctr. for Law & Social Policy & Community Legal Services of Phila. Available at www.clasp.org/pubs/claspupdate/Clasp_update0702.pdf. [7062]

  • "Fannie Mae Affordable Housing Survey" (2002) is available at www.fanniemaefoundaton.org/news/pr.2002spr/Report061602.pdf. The survey provides data showing that affordable housing is a much more important issue to the general public than was previously thought. [7081]

  • HOPE VI Action Agenda ENPHRONT (Everywhere & Now Public Housing Residents Organizing Nationally Together) has issued an action alert with a 3-point agenda to reform HOPE VI, HUD's public housing redevelopment program, now before Congress for reauthorization: 1) Require HUD to publish a list of distressed public housing properties; 2) Require HUD to publish a regulation on resident participation in the HOPE VI process; 3) Require HUD and local housing authorities to make available important documents related to the grant process. More inf. from Dushaw Hockett at the Ctr. for Comm. Change, 202/339-9306. The 41-page, June 2002 report, "False HOPE: A Critical Assessment of the HOPE VI Public Housing Redevelopment Program" (for which PRRAC was a co-author) is available at www.nhlp.org/html/pubhsng/FalseHOPE.pdf. [7037]

  • Housing & Development Law Syllabus/Materials PRRAC Board member Florence Roisman has produced these for the course she will be teaching at Indiana Univ. School of Law. Copies available for the cost of printing & copyright perms. (ca. $60). Contact Mary Deer, mdeer1@iupui.edu. [7000]

  • "Housing in the Nation's Capital" (56 pp., 2002) is available (likely free) from the Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisc. Ave. NW, N. Tower #1, Wash., DC 20016-1804, 202/274-8000. www.fanniemaefoundation.org. [7068]

  • "Housing Survey:" A Mercy Housing/St. John's Univ. survey of low-income people shows housing ranks significantly higher than terrorism as a concern. www://mercyhousing.org. [7085]

  • "Increasing Access to Housing for Low-Income Families" a 2002 paper from the Natl. Governors Assn. Ctr. for Best Practices, outlines steps states can take to help residents obtain affordable housing in light of declining federal investment. www.nga.org/cda/files/032902HOUSING.pdf. [7089]

  • "Pursuing Racial Justice" is the May/June 2002 issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy, the first of a 2-part special. The 16 articles in the 196-page issue cover health, housing, employment, welfare, consumer issues, education, Legal Services, environmental justice, immigrants, transportation; and among the authors are current & former PRRAC Board members Jane Perkins, Alan Houseman & Florence Wagman Roisman. Ordering inf. from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. www.povertylaw.org. [6977]

  • "The Food Stamp Shelter Deduction: Helping Households with High Housing Burdens Meet Their Food Needs," by Dorothy Rosenbaum, Daniel Terry & Sam Elkin (2002), is available (no price given) from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, 202/408-1080, rosenbaum@cbpp.org. [7090]

  • "The Interactive Effects of Food Stamps & Housing Assistance," by Joseph M. Harkness & Sandra Newman, a Joint Ctr. on Poverty Research working paper, is available at www.jcpr.org/wp/WPprofile.cfm?ID=310. [7072]

  • "The Living Arrangements of New Unmarried Mothers" a 2-page June 2002 brief, is available (possibly free) from the Ctr. for Research on Child Wellbeing, Wallace Hall, 2nd flr., Princeton Univ., Princeton, NJ 08544; the full paper is available at crcw.princeton.edu -- go to Fragile Families link, click on Publications, click on Working Paper Series. crcw@opr.princeton.edu. [7076]

  • The National Priorities Project website provides tables showing what different areas of military spending cost your state and what that money could buy to meet local needs instead: health care, Head Start, housing, teachers, etc. www.nationalpriorities.org/issues/military/tradeoffs.html. [7118]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing 2002" is available from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies. www.jchs.harvard.edu [7065]

  • "There's No Place Like..." is a 15-page, July 2001 report on the state of San Franciso's youth housing & homelessness issue. Available (possibly free) from the SF Youth Commn., City Hall Rm. 345, SF, CA 94102-4532, 415/554-6446, youthcom@ci.sf.ca.us. www.ci.sf.ca.us/youth_commission. [7060]

July/August 2002

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  • "Advocates' Guide to Housing & Community Development Policy" (2002 ed.) is available ($25) from the Natl. Low Inc. Housing Coal. (headed by PRRAC Bd. member Sheila Crowley), 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wsh., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [6897]

  • "Asssessing the Relationship between Welfare Policies & Changes in Living Arrangements of Low-Income Families & Children in the Late 1990s," by Gregory Acs & Sandi Nelson (March 2002), is available on the Urban Inst. website: www.urban.org/ViewPub.cfm?PubID=310444; bnowak@ui.urban.org. [6924]

  • Boom: The Sound of Eviction a 96-min., 2001 video, by Francine Cavanaugh, A. Mark Lüv & Adams Wood, chronicles the impact of the dot.com tsunami on San Francisco's low-income tenants and neighborhoods. Contact Cavanaugh at 510/543-5041, 828/664-0186. [6905]

  • "Creating a Scorecard for the CRA Service Test: Strengthening Banking Services Under the Community Reinvestment Act" (March? 2002) is on the Brookings Inst. website: www.brookings.edu.urban. [6823]

  • "False HOPE" is a June 2002 critique of this public housing replacement program, from a group of progressive housing organizations (PRRAC included). Contact Todd Espinosa at the Natl. Housing Law Project, tespinosa@nhlp.org. [6831]

  • "Helping Section 8 Families Move to Home Ownership" is the lead feature in the Spring 2002 issue of Bright Ideas, the quarterly publication of the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., 1325 G St. NW, #800, Wash., DC 20005, 202/220-2366, cunderwood@nw.org; subs appear to be free. [6740]

  • "Housing Matters: Why Our Communities Must Have Affordable Housing," by Justin D. Cummins appeared in Vol. 28, No. 1 (2001) of the William Mitchell Law Review. Reprints of the 31-page article are available from the author, 120 S. 6th St., #2400, Mpls., MN 55402, 612/333-5831, miller-obrien@miller-obrien.com. [6836]

  • "Making Work Pay for Public Housing Residents - Learning from the Jobs-Plus Demonstration," by James A. Riccio & Steven Bliss (6 pp., April 2002), is available (likely free) from the Manpower Demonstration Research Corp., 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016, 212/532-3200. www.mdrc.org [6747]

  • "Predatory Lending" is the theme of the Spring 2002 issue of Rural Voices, the Housing Assistance Council periodical. 8 articles. Free (as are subs) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, ruralvoices@ruralhome.org. [6883]

  • "Race, Equity, and Smart Growth: Why People of Color Must Speak for Themselves," by Robert D. Bullard, Glenn S. Johnson & Angel O. Torres is available (no price listed) from the Environmental Justice Resource Ctr., Clark Atlanta Univ., 223 James P. Brawley Dr., Atlanta, GA 30314, 404/880-6911, ejrc@cau.edu. [6861]

  • The American Journal of Public Health (Vol. 92, No. 5, May 2002) is devoted to the relation of housing and health, with a dozen articles on miscellaneous topics; www.ajph.org. [6864]

  • "The Importance of Housing Benefits to Welfare Success," by Sheila R. Zedlewski (April 2002), is available on the Brookings Inst. website: www.brook.edu/dybdocroot/es/urban/publications/zedlewskihousingbenefitexsum.htm. [6802]

  • "The Long-Term Effects of Public Housing on Self-Sufficiency" showing that young adults who lived in public housing between the ages 10-16 had higher employment rates and lower welfare use than others not receiving housing assistance. Available at www.jhu.edu/ips/whatsnew/paper.html. [6775]

  • "The State of Minority Access to Home Mortgage Lending: A Profile of the NY Metropolitan Area," by Alex Schwartz (Dec. 2001), is available on the Brookings Inst. website: www.brook.edu. [6807]

  • Urban Sprawl: Causes, Consequences & Policy Responses, ed. Gregory D. Squires (404 pp., 2002), has been published by Urban Inst. Press, 877/UIPRESS; $35.50. www.uipress.org [6858]

May/June 2002

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  • "A Housing Perspective on TANF Reauthorization & Support for Working Families," by Barbara Sard (March 2002), is available on the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities website: www.cbpp.org/3-12-02hous.htm. [5647]

  • "Housing America's Working Families: A Further Exploration," by Joseph M. Harkness & Sandra J. Newman is a 42-page, 2002 report, available (possibly free) from the Natl. Housing Conf., 1801 K St. NW, #M-100, Wash., DC 20006-1301, 202/466-2121. www.nhc.org [5541]

  • "Housing Strategies to Strengthen Welfare Policy & Support Working Families," by Barbara Sard & Margy Waller (12 pp., April 2002), is available on the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities website: www.cbpp.org/4-15-02hous.pdf. [5557]

  • "Housing: The Key to Economic Recovery" (2002?) is available, free, from the Natl. Assn. of Home Builders: www.homeownershipalliance.org. [5648]

  • "Making Work Pay for Public Housing Residents: Lessons from the Jobs-Plus Demonstration," by James A. Riccio & Steven Bliss a Manpower Demonstration Research Policy Brief, is available at www.mdrc.org/Reports2002/JobsPlusPolicyBrief/JobsPlus_PolicyBriefFull.htm. [5558]

  • "Measuring Housing Discrimination in a National Study," eds. Angela Williams Foster, Faith Mitchell & Stephen Fienberg is a 77-page, 2002 report of a Natl. Research Council workshop. Available (no price listed) from the Natl. Academy Press, 2101 Constitution Ave. NW, Wash. DC 20418, 800/624-6242. www.nap.edu [5543]

  • "Racial Desegregation & Income Deconcentration in Public Housing," by Cara Hendrickson is a 54-page article from the Winter 2002 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy (no price given). Contact the journal at 600 NJ Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20001, 202/662-9468. [5549]

  • "Stolen Wealth: Inequities in California's Subprime Mortgage Market," by Kevin Stein & Margaret Libby (53 pp. + Apps., Dec. 2001), is available (possibly free) from the Calif. Reinvestment Coal., afisher@calreinvest.org. [5653]

  • "The 25th Anniversary of the Community Reinvestment Act: Access to Capital in an Evolving Financial Services System" is a 2002 report from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies. Available ($30) from the Ctr., 1033 Mass. Ave., 5th flr., Cambridge, MA 02138, or free at www.jchs.harvard.edu/crareport.html. [5564]

  • "Too Few Rooms" documents that Native Americans & Alaska Natives are far more likely to live in overcrowded homes than the general population, leading to health & social problems. Available (no price given) from the Natl. Amer. Indian Housing Council, 800/284-9165; also on their website: .www.naihc.indian.com/resource/htm. [5634]

March/April 2002

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  • "A Grantmaker's Guide to Housing Policies: A foundation for social policy investments," by Paul Leonard (25. pp., 2002), is available (no price given) from the Neighborhood Funders Group, One Dupont Circle, #700, Wash., DC 20036, 202/833-4690.nfg@nfg.org. www.nfg.org [4693]

  • "Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators: A New Tool for Assessing Natonal Trends," eds. Hazel Henderson, Jon Lickerman & Patrice Flynn (392 pp., 2000) is available ($19.95) from Flynn Research, PO Box 726, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425, 304/728-9499 www.FlynnResearch.com [4694]

  • "CHAC Mobility Program Assessment -- Interim Report," by Mary Cunningham, Susan Popkin, Erin Godfrey & Beata Bednarz is a Dec. 2001 Urban Inst. report on Chicago's Sec. 8 voucher mobility program. Free from 202/261-5687 or on their website. www.urban.org [4700]

  • "Preventing Childhood Lead Poisoning Through Code Enforcement: Ten Effective Strategies" is available (no price given) from the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, 202/543-1147 aeclp@aeclp.org www.aeclp.org/strategies.pdf [4780]

January/February 2002

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  • "The State of Minority Access to Home Mortgage Lending: A Profile of the NY Met. Area" (2001) is available from the Brookings Ctr. on Urban & Met. Policy, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036, 202/797-6139, www.brookings.edu/urban. [4066]

  • "Can Money Solve the Problem?" is a 15-page, Nov. 2001 Section 8 Report #7 on acceptance of vouchers in 3 MN counties. Available (likely free) from Home Line, 3455 Bloomington Ave., Mpls., MN 55407, 612/728-5770, charliew@homeline.org. [3943]

  • "Expanding Affordable Housing Through Inclusionary Zoning: Lessons from the Washington Met. Area," by Karen Brown (35 pp., Oct. 2001), is available (likely free) from the Brookings Inst. Ctr. on Urban & Met. Policy, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036-2188, 202/797-6139; downloadable from www.brookings.edu/urban. [3933]

  • "Increasing Affordable Housing & Regional Housing Opportunity in 3 New England States [CA, CT, RI] and NJ" is the title of the 2001 Symposium of the Western New England Law Review. Among the 7 articles (+ Biblio) are: "Opening the Suburbs to Racial Integration: Lessons for the 21st Century" (49 pp.), by PRRAC Board member Florence Roisman; "Fairly Sharing Affordable Housing Obligations: The Mt. Laurel Matrix" (15 pp.), by John M. Payne. The 307-page volume is available ($10) from the W. New Eng. College School of Law, 1215 Wilbraham Rd., Springfield, MA 01119, 413/782-1406. [3920]

  • "Meeting the Housing Needs of People in Poverty: Findings from a Natl. Survey of Comm. Action Agencies" (82 pp., Oct. 2001) is available (no price listed) from the Natl. Assn. of Comm. Action Agencies, 1100 17th St. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20036, 202/265-7546, info@nacaa.org, wwww.sacaa.org. [3929]

  • "Promoting Employment in Public Housing Communities: Learning from the Jobs-Plus Demonstration" is a 6-page, Nov. 2001 Policy Brief, available (likely free) from the Manpower Demonstration Research Corp., 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016, 212/532-3200, www.mdrc.org. [4018]

  • "Quantifying the Economic Cost of Predatory Lending," by Eric Stein (July 2001), is available (no price given) from the Self-Help Credit Union, PO Box 3619, Durham, NC 27702-3619, 800/476-7428. www.self-help.org [4215]

  • "Separate & Unequal: Predatory Lending in America" (232 pp. + Tables, Nov. 2001) is available (no price listed) from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500, www.acorn.org. [4014]

  • "Sources of Data on State & Local Housing Needs" is a Nov. 2001 memorandum from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, www.cbpp.org/11-30-01hous.htm. [4021]

  • The Housing Law Bulletin is published monthly by the Natl. Housing Law Project. $100 first-year sub. price for new subscribers. Contact the Project at 614 Grand Ave., #306, Oakland, CA 94610, 510/251-9400, ganders@nhlp.org. [4110]

November/December 2001

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  • "Assisted Housing & Residential Segregation: The Role of Race & Ethnicity in the Siting of Assisted Housing Developments," by William Rohe and [first name?] Freeman appeared in vol. 67 (2001) of the J. of the Amer. Planning Assn. Contact Prof. Rohe for reprints: 302 New East, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, 919/962-3077, brohe@unc.edu. [2409]

  • "Case Studies on Rural Housing & Welfare Reform" is available ($7) from the Housing Asst. Council, 202/842-8600, luz@ruralhome.org. Case studies are presented from AR, CA, IN, NY, ND, VT & VA. [2396]

  • "Different Paths to Homeownership: A Closer Look at Racial Disparities in Los Angeles," by Gary Painter & Stuart Gabriel is a 23-page, Sept. 2001 Working Paper, available (likely free) from the Research Inst. for Housing America, 2107 Wilson Blvd., #450, Arlington, VA 22201-3042, 703/351-1090. www.housingamerica.org [2327]

  • "Enforcing the Community Reinvestment Act: An Advocate's Guide to Making the CRA Work for Communities," by Richard D. Marsico appeared in Vol. XVII (2000) of the NY Law School J. of Human Rights. Reprints of the 70-page article are available, free, from Prof. Marsico, NY Law School, 47 Worth St., NYC, NY 10013, 212/431-2180, rmarsico@nyls.edu. [2355]

  • "Expanding Affordable Housing Through Inclusionary Zoning: Lessons from the Washington Metropolitan Area" (2001), from the Brookings Inst. Ctr. on Urban & Met. Policy, is available at http://brookings.edu/urban [2325]

  • "Home Sweet Home: Why America Needs a National Housing Trust Fund" is available (no price listed) from the Ctr. for Comm. Change, 202/342-0567, glasgowm@commchange.org. The report shows how this new $5 billion fund would generate 1.8 million jobs and nearly $50 billion in wages. [2356]

  • "Housing & Poverty in Los Angeles" is a (2001?) fact sheet from the Weingart Ctr. Inst. for the Study of Homelessness & Poverty, with Currrent Population Survey data, 1999 Amer. Housing Survey data and other census data. Read it at www.weingart.org/institute/research/facts/index.html [2254]

  • Housing Matters is the newsletter of the Public Housing Residents' Natl. Organizing Campaign, located at the Ctr. for Comm. Change. For membership inf. and to receive the newsletter, contact Beverly Jackson, 202/342-0519, x303. [2248]

  • "Housing Segregation in the US: Does Race Matter?," by Gregory D. Squires, Samantha Friedman & Catherine E. Saidat is a paper presented, July 2001, at the Lincoln Inst. of Land Policy's Internatl. Seminar on Segregation in the City. Contact Squires (squires@gwu.edu, 202/994-6894) for a copy. [2305]

  • "Opening the Suburbs to Racial Integration: Lessons for the 21st Century," by Florence Roisman (PRRAC Board member) appeared in vol. 23 of the Western New England Law Review. Free reprints available from mdeer1@iupui.edu [2302]

  • "Out of Reach" the (2001) annual report on housing afforability from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., is available from them: 1012 14th St. NW, # 600, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, irene@nlihc.org [2432]

  • "Patterns of Lending to Low-Income & Minority Persons & Neighborhoods: The 1999 NY Met. Area Mortgage Lending Scorecard," by Richard D. Marsico apeared in Vol. XVII (2000) of the NY Law School J. of Human Rights. Reprints of the 71-page article are available (free) from Prof. Marsico, NY Law School, 47 Worth St., NYC, NY 10013, 212/431-2180, rmarsico@nyls.edu [2354]

  • "Residents' Guide to the New Public Housing Authority Plans" is a 60-page, June 1999 publication from the Ctr. for Comm. Change; a June 2000 update insert also is available. $5 from the Ctr., 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0519. [2247]

  • "Sharing the Wealth: Resident Ownership Mechanisms," by Heather McCulloch is a 168-page, 2001 report from PolicyLink. Available (likely free) from them at 101 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607, 510/663-2333. www.policylink.org [2288]

  • "The Great Divide: An Analysis of Racial & Econ. Disparities in Home Purchase Mortgage Lending Nationally & in 60 Met. Areas" is an Oct. 2001 report available from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500. www.acorn.org [2416]

  • "The Spatial Distribution of Housing-Related Tax Benefits," by Joseph Gyourko & Todd Sinai is a July 2001 study from The Brookings Inst. Available at www.brookings.edu/urban [2250]

  • "Welfare, Housing & Employment: Learning from Jobs-Plus Demonstration" is a 4-page, May 2001 MDRC Policy Brief, available (likely free) from the Manpower Demonstration Research Corp., 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016, 212/532-3200. www.mrdc.org [2363]

September/October 2001

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  • "Rucker v. Davis & Its Significance for Tenant Advocates" appears in the July/Aug. 2001 issue (pp. 144-158) of Clearinghouse Review, published by the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830; contact them for ordering inf. [640]

  • "The 'One Strike' Policy in Public Housing," by Barclay Thomas Johnson appears in the July/Aug. 2001 issue (pp. 159-177) of Clearinghouse Review, published by the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830. Contact them re ordering inf. [641]

  • "Housing and Property Restitution for Refugees & Internally Displaced Persons: International, Regional & National Resources (124 pp., June 2001) is available ($15) from the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions. 83 Rue de Montbrillant, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, 41-22-7341028. [620]

  • In Pursuit of a Dream Deferred: Linking Housing & Education Policy, eds. john a. powell, Gavin Kearny & Vina Kay (285 pp., 2001) has been published by Peter Lang. Available from the Inst. on Race & Poverty. 415 Law Ctr., 229-19th Ave. S., Mpls., MN 55455, 612/625-8071. [674]

  • "Dept. of Housing & Urban Dev. and Sec. 3: Challenges & Opportunities," by Wendy Pollack & Dina Schlossberg is a 16-page article that appeared in the May/June 1999 issue of Clearinghouse Review. For reprints, contact 312/263-3830. [867]

  • "Race & Housing in the Postwar City: An Explosive History," by Raymond A. Mohl is a 22-page article appearing in the Spring 2001 issue of The Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Other useful articles in the issue are: "Race & Housing in Chicago," by Roger Biles (8 pp.); "'Hemmed In': The Struggle Against Racial Restrictive Covenants & Deed Restrictions in Post-World War II Chicago," by Wendy Plotkin (31 pp.); "'Apologies to Dracula, Werewolf, Frankenstein': White Homeowners & Blockbusters in Postwar Chicago," by Amanda Irene Seligman (26 pp.); "What Went Wrong with Public Housing in Chicago? A History of the Robert Taylor Homes," by D. Bradford Hunt (30 pp.). The issue is available ($5 +s/h) from the Society, 210 1/2 S. 6th St., #200, Springfield, IL 62701-1503. [631]

July/August 2001

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  • "Welfare & Housing: How Can the Housing Assistance Program Help Welfare Recipients," by David Bryson (July 2001) is available (no price given) from the Natl. Housing Law Proj., 614 Grand Ave., #320, Oakland, CA 94610, 510/251-9400. [26]

  • "The Economic Benefits & Costs of Homeownership: A Critical Assessment of the Research," by George McCarthy, Shannon Van Zandt & William Rohe (May, 2001) (56 pp.), is available (free) from The Research Inst. for Housing America, 2107 Wilson Blvd., #450, Arlington, VA 22201-3042, 703/351-1090; can be ordered from their website. www.housingamerica.org [27]

  • "Welfare to Work Housing Voucher Program: Early Implementation Assessment," by Robin Smith & Jennifer E.H. Johnson (March, 2001) is available at their website. www.huduser.org/publications/pubasst/wtwrpt.html [29]

  • "Case Studies on Rural Housing & Welfare Reform" (2001) is available ($7) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600; it will shortly be posted on their website. www.ruralhome.org [31]

  • Color & Money: Politics & Prospects for Community Reinvestment in Urban America, by Gregory D. Squires & Sally O'Connor (2001) (202 pp.), is available ($23.45) from SUNY Press, 607/277-2211. Related recent titles from the Press: Race, Neighborhoods & Comm. Power: Buffalo Politics, 1934-97, by Neil Kraus; Housing & Comm. Dev. in NYC: Facing the Future, ed. Michael Schill; Organizing the So. Bronx, by Jim Rooney; Under One Roof: Issues & Innovations in Shared Housing, eds. George C. Hemmens, Charles J. Hoch & Jana Carp; The Politics of Capital Investment: The Case of Philadelphia, by Carolyn Teich Adams; Shelter & Society: Theory, Research & Policy for Nonprofit Housing, ed. C. Theodore Koebel. Course examination copies available online. www.sunypress.edu/INFO/examcopy.html [97]

  • "Missing Race Data in HMDA & Implications for the Monitoring of Fair Lending Compliance," by Jason Dietrich (2001) of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, is available from the author, 202/874-5119, dietrich@occ.treas.gov [30]

  • Opening the Door to a Home of Your Own and Knowing & Understanding Credit (2001) are new consumer guidebooks, available (free) from the Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisconsin Ave., N. Tower, #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, 202/274-8000. Available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Haitian Crole, Polish, Portuguese, Russian & Vietnamese as well. [33]

  • "The Gautreaux Legacy: What Might Mixed-Income & Dispersal Strategies Mean for the Poorest Public Housing Tenants?," by Susan Popkin, Larry Buron, Diane Levy & Mary Cunningham (January/February 2001) appeared in the Jan./Feb. 2001 Housing Policy Debate. Available (free) from Fannie Mae Fdn., 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016, 202/274-8000. [32]

  • "The Severest Justice Is Not the Best Policy: The One Strike Policy in Public Housing," by Florence Roisman (2001) (PRRAC Board member), appeared in 10 J. Affordable Housing & Comm. Dev. Law. Reprints (likely free) available from Mary Dear, 317/274-1909, mdear@iupui.edu. [91]

  • "Whitening Miami: Race, Housing & Government Policy in 20th-Century Dade County," by Raymond A. Mohl (Winter 2001) appeared in vol. 79, #3 of The Florida Historical Q. Reprints of the 26-page article may be available from the author, Dept. of History, Univ. of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, 35294-3350, 205/934-5634 ramohl@uab.edu. [35]

  • "Fair Lending Examination Procedures" is an Office of the Comptroller of the Currency publication, available online. www.occ.treas.gov/handbook/fairlep.pdf [96]

  • "Housing Data" HUD's Office of Policy Dev. & Research has released Research Maps, a new line of CD-ROM products featuring spatially enabled housing & urban data sets. Data sets cover Amer. Housing Survey, GSE's, HMDA, LIHTC, Picture of Subsidized Households. Free, from HUD USER, 800/245-2691, hususer@aspensys.com [28]

  • National Affordable Housing Trust Natl. Campaign The Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. (directed by PRRAC Board member Sheila Crowley) has available a set of materials on this important campaign: 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20004, 202/662-1530. [24]

  • The Millenial Housing Commission now has a website. www.mhc.gov [34]

May/June 2001

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  • The Implications of Changing US Demographics for Housing Choice & Location in US Cities, by Martha Farnworth Riche (March 2001) is a 34-page + tables publication available (possibly free) from the Brookings Inst. Ctr. on Urban & Met. Policy, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036-2188, 202/797-6139; may be on their www.brook.edu/urban [305]

  • Homes & Hands: Community Land Trusts in Action a video documentary, directed by Helen S. Cohen & Debra Chasnoff, narrated by Gus Newport, is available, with a viewing guide, from New Day Films, 22-D Hollywood Ave., Hohokus, NJ 07423, 888/367-9154. $125 univs./insts.; $69 comm. orgs; $50 rental — all + $8.50 s/h. [223]

  • Meeting the Housing Needs of Families is a 2001 guide, available (probably free) from the Annie Casey Fdn., 410/223-2952. [304]

  • Residents’ Journal is a first-rate newspaper by and for Chicago public housing residents. For a copy, contact We the People Media, 4859 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60615, 773/285-0200, x3372. [303]

March/April 2001

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  • "Final Evaluation Report for New Start/New Home" (November 2000) (42 pp.) is available (possibly free) from the Heartland Alliance, 208 S. LaSalle St., #1818, Chicago, IL 60604. [562]

  • Opening Doors to Rural Homeownership: Outcomes from the Natl. Rural Housing Coal. Rural Homeownership Symposium (October 2000) (32 pp.) is available (possibly free) from the Rural Hsng. Coal., 1250 Eye St. NW, #902, Wash., DC 20005, 202/393-5229, dswesnik@rapoza.org. [561]

  • "Baseline Assessment of Public Housing Desegregation Cases: Cross-site Report, Vol. 1," by Susan Popkin, George Galster, Kenneth Temkin, Carla Herbig, Diane Levy & Elise Richer (April 2000) (103 pp. + Apps.) is available from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849-6091, 800/245-2691, huduser@aspensys.com [553]

  • Crossing the Class & Color Lines: From Public Housing to White Suburbia, by Leonard S. Rubinowitz & James E. Rosenbaum (2000) (241 pp., Univ. of Chi. Press) documents Chicago’s experience with the Gautreaux program, which moved several thousand African-American families out of public housing into privately owned suburban rentals. [551]

  • "A Report on Worst Case Housing Needs in 1999: New Opportunity Amid Continuing Challenges" is HUD’s latest report on the nation’s housing problems. Available at www.huduser.org. [557]

  • American Project: The Rise & Fall of an American Ghetto, by Sudhir Venkatesh documents the lives of people at Chicago’s Robert Taylor Homes. Published by Harvard Univ. Press. [554]

  • "Curbing Predatory Lending" For inf. on a June 2000 HUD/Treasury report, go to www.hud.gov/pressrel/pr00-142.html. [555]

  • "Moving to Opportunity" is the theme of the Jan./Feb. 2001 issue of Poverty Research News. Six articles — on self-sufficiency, safety/health, behavior, delinquency, social relationship, family life, educational outcomes — look at the evidence from evaluation of MTO experiments in Boston, Baltimore, NYC, Chicago & LA, which encourage families living in public housing to move to lower poverty neighborhoods, aided by rent vouchers. The 19-page issue is available (likely free) from the Jt. Ctr. for Poverty Research, 2046 Sheridan Rd., Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL 60208-4108, 773/271-0611. [563]

  • "Shrinking Supply: Low-Income Housing in the U.S." is a 29-minute National Radio Project documentary. Contact them at 510/251-1332, [558]

  • "Stock Market Wealth Widens Home Ownership Gap Between Whites & Minorities & Latinos: A New Majority of Workers Without Homeownership" are 1999 reports from The Greenlining Inst., 785 Market St., 3rd flr., SF, CA 94103, 415/284-7200. [556]

January/February 2001

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  • "Vouchers to Nowhere: The Ever Shrinking Market for Sec. 8 Vouchers in Suburban Hennepin County, MN" (October, 2000) a 14-page survey (their 6th such), available (likely free) from Home Line, 7462 Oxford St., St. Louis Park, MN 55426, 952/908-0991, charliew@homelinemn.org. [516]

  • "Women & Housing Rights" (September, 2000) (80 pp.) is available ($20) from the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, 83 rue de Montbrillant, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, 41.22.734.1028, cohre@yahoo.com. They also have a publications list. [512]

  • Legal Resources for Housing Rights: Internatl. & Natl. Standards (June, 2000) (88 pp., 2nd ed.) is available ($20) from the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, 83 rue de Montbrillant, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland, 41.22.734.1028, cohre@yahoo.com. They also have a publications list. [517]

  • "Hope VI: Community Building Makes a Difference" (2000) an Urban Inst. report. www.huduser.org/publications/pdf/hope_vi.pdf [509]

  • "Rural Housing: Options for Optimizing the Federal Role in Rural Housing Development" (2000) is a GAO report (GAO/RCED-00-241), free from 202/512-6000 or online. www.gao.gov [515]

  • "In Pursuit of a Dream Deferred: Linking Housing & Education" is a forum, published in the April 1996 Minn. Law Review (vol. 80, #4). Contributors to the 167-page forum were Kenneth B. Clark, Nancy A. Denton, (PRRAC Soc. Sci. Adv. Bd. member) Gary Orfield, Deval Patrick, (PRRAC Bd. members) john a. powell & Theodore M. Shaw, and Michael H. Sussman. $9 from the Review, Univ. MN Law School, 229 19th Ave. S., Mpls., MN 55455, 612/625-8034, mnlawrev@maroon.tc.umn.edu. [510]

  • "Protecting Elderly Homeowners from Predatory Mortgage Lenders," by Odette Williamson appeared in the Sept./Oct. 2000 J. of Poverty Law & Policy. Reprints of the 14-page article may be available from the author, Natl. Consumer Law Ctr., 18 Tremont St., #400, Boston, MA 02108, 617/523-8010. [513]

  • The Millennial Housing Commission has been established by Congress to “develop legislative & regulatory recommendations for Congress to improve the delivery of housing services to our neediest Americans & expand affordable housing opportunities.” It’s co-chaired by ex-Congresswoman Susan Molinari & Richard Ravitch, chairman of the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust & the Corp. for Supportive Housing. Membership on the 22-person body is a mixed bag, heavy on corporate/financial types, with some quite conservative think-tankers (Robert Rector of The Heritage Fdn., John Weicher of The Hudson Inst.) Just about the sole bright light is the appointment of Cushing Dolbeare, founder of the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. (you can contact her at cushingd@bellatlantic.net). [514]

  • "The NIMBY Report" put out by the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., has stories of rural & urban communities overcoming local opposition to affordable housing. It’s free online, or contact 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org. www.nlihc.org [508]

  • "Why Housing Matters: HAC’s 2000 Report on the State of the Nation’s Rural Housing" is available free online; printed copy is $9 from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, luz@ruralhome.org. www.ruralhome.org [511]

November/December 2000

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  • "Abundant Fields, Meager Shelter: Findings from a Survey of Farmworker Housing in the Eastern Migrant Stream" (October 2000) is a Housing Assistance Council study. $7 from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, leslie@ruralhome.org. Exec. summary is free on their www.ruralhome.org [426]

  • "Home Equity & Inequity: An Analysis of Racial & Econ. Disparities in Home Purchase Mortgage Lending in 50 Metropolitan Areas" (September 2000) (156 pp.) is available from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500; it’s also on their www.acorn.org [425]

  • "Situation Critical: Meeting the Housing Needs of Lower-Income Mass. Residents," by Michael E. Stone, Elaine Werby & Donna Haig Friedman (September 2000) (27 pp.) is available (possibly free) from the McCormack Inst. of Public Affairs, Univ. Mass., 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125-3393, 617/287-5550. Also available, with tables of shelter poverty & conventional affordability burdens, at www.mccormack.umb.edu/Centers/SocPol [428]

  • "The Decision to Own: The Impact of Race, Ethnicity & Immigrant Status," by Gary Painter, Stuart Gabriel & Dowell Myers (35 pp., June 2000) is available (likely free) from the Research Inst. for Housing America, 1919 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, #775, Wash., DC 20006-3438, 202/557-2838, steven_hornburg@housingamerica.org. [424]

  • "Scarcity & Success: Perspectives on Assisted Housing," by Brian Maney & Sheila Crowley (March 2000) of the Natl. Low Inc. Housing Coal., appeared in the Summer 2000 issue of The J. of Affordable Housing & Comm. Dev. Law. The issue is available from the Amer. Bar Assn., 312/988-6067, wjsmith@staff.abanet.org also purchasable from the Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. Or on the NLIHC www.nlihc.org/bookshelf/scarcity/index.htm [454]

  • "Welfare & Housing: How Can the Housing Assistance Programs Help Welfare Recipients?," by David Bryson (2000) (42 pp.) is available ($3) from the Natl. Housing Law Proj., 614 Grand Ave., #320, Oakland, CA 94610, 510/251-9400. [337]

  • What ‘Fair Housing’ Means for People with Disabilities (May 1999) is a 48-page guide for consumers, advocates & landlords, available ($6) from the Bazelon Ctr. for Mental Health Law, 1101 15th St. NW, #1212, Wash., DC 20005-5002, pubs@bazelon.org. [459]

  • "$160,000,00 and Counting" is a 100-page, 2000 report on financial recovery from fair housing suits in the 1990-99 period. $6 from Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit, 1249 Wash. Blvd., #1312, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [423]

  • "Out of Reach 2000: The Growing Gap Between Housing Costs & Income of Poor People in the US" is the annual rental housing affordability study from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. $35 from the Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. Users can search for data by state and county on their www.nlihc.org [427]

  • The Big Blue Book of Affordable Housing Case Studies is available ($75, with a money-back guarantee) from Alexander & Edwards, 220 Sansome St., #1100, SF, CA 94104, 800/989-7255. [457]

September/October 2000

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  • "Housing America’s Working Families," by Michael Stegman, Roberto G. Quercia & George McCarthy (June 2000) is the initial issue of New Century Housing, published by The Ctr. for Housing Policy (the research affiliate of the Natl. Housing Conf.). The 48-page issue is available (likely free) from the Ctr., 815 15th St. NW, #538, Wash., DC 20005, 202/393-5772, chp@nhc.org. [842]

  • "Forced Evictions & Human Rights: A Manual for Action" (108 pp., May 1999) is available from COHRE, 1760 Euclid St. NW, Wash., DC 20009, 202/783-1123; no price listed. [827]

  • "Gautreaux & Chicago’s Public Housing Crisis: The Conflict Between Achieving Integration & Providing Decent Housing for Very Low-Income African Americans," by William P. Wilen & Wendy L. Stasell is a 31-page article from the July/Aug. 2000 Clearinghouse Review, available from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. [834]

  • Housing Discrimination/Segregation Teaching Materials Prof. Florence Roisman of the Indiana Univ.-Indianapolis Law School is offering these materials, as well as a social justice supplement for Property I. Contact Mary Deer, 317/274-1909, mdeerl@iupui.edu. [836]

  • "HUD USER" has available a free booklet, “An Overview of Services”: 800/245-2691. [833]

  • "HUD’s Strategic Plan for 2001-2006" is available online: www.hud.gov/Stragplan072100.pdf. [831]

  • Legacy of the Housing Act of 1949: The Past, Present & Future of Federal Housing & Urban Policy is the theme of Vol. 11, Issue 2 of Housing Policy Debate. Included are “Searching for a ‘Sound Negro Policy’: A Racial Agenda for the Housing Acts of 1949 and 1954,” by Arnold Hirsch (based on PRRAC-funded research), “The Evolution of Low-Income Housing Policy, 1949 to 1999,” by Charles J. Orlebeke + 4 other articles. The issue (and a subscription) are free, from the Fannie Mae Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016-2804, fmfpubs@fanniemaefoundation.org. [832]

  • "Legal Resources on the Internet: Housing" by Gwendelyn A. Daniels, is a useful 4-page review of websites dealing with housing, It’s in the July/Aug. 2000 Clearinghouse Review, available from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. [829]

  • "Locked Out: California’s Affordable Housing Crisis" by the Calif. Budget Proj., is available at: www.cbp.org/press/pr00loc.html. [839]

  • "Public Housing Desegregation Litigation" HUD has 2 new studies: “Baseline Assessment of Public Housing Desegregation Cases: Cross-Site Report” (vol. 1) & “Baseline Assessment of Public Housing Desegregation Cases: Case Studies” (vol. 2). The focus is on 8 sites: Allegheny Cty. (PA), Buffalo, Dallas, E. Texas, Mpls., New Haven, NYC & Omaha. $5 each from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849-6091, 800/245-2691, [840]

  • "The Importance of Issues at the Intersection of Housing & Welfare Reform for Legal Services Work," by Barbara Sard is available on the Ctr. for Law & Social Policy www.clasp.org/pubs/claspupdate/July2000.htm. [789]

  • "The State of the Nation’s Housing: 2000" (36 pp.) is available (likely free) from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [843]

July/August 2000

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  • "Section 8 Mobility & Neighborhood Health," by Margery Austin Turner, Susan Popkin & Mary Cunningham (66 pp., April 2000) s available (no price listed) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200, paffairs@ui.urban.org. [1067]

  • The Hidden War: Crime & the Tragedy of Public Housing in Chicago, by Susan Popkin, Victoria E. Gwiasda, Lynn M. Olson, Dennis P. Rosenbaum & Larry Buron (256 pp., 2000) is available ($22.60) from Rutgers U. Press, 100 Joyce Kilmer Ave., Piscataway, NJ 08854, 800/446-9323. [1065]

May/June 2000

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  • "Who Really Gets Home Loans? Year 7: Mortgage Loans to African-American & Low-Income Borrowers in Calif., 1992-98," by Kathryn Supinski, Alan Fisher & Kalini Misi (38 pp., Feb. 2000) is available (no price listed) from the Calif. Reinvestment Comm., 474 Valencia St., #110, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980. [1000]

  • "Rural Rental Housing: HAC’s 1999 State of the Nation’s Rural Housing Report" (35 pp. + Apps., Jan., 2000.) is available ($6) from the Housing Asst. Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hac@ruralhome.org. [1010]

  • "The Natl. Low Income Housing’s “Advocate’s Guide to Housing & Comm. Dev. Policy" (2000 ed., 161 pp.) is available ($25) from the Coal, 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org. [1008]

  • "HOPE VI: Community Building Makes a Difference" is a 90-page, Feb. 2000 HUD report, available (likely free) from HUD’s Office of Public & Indian Housing, Wash., DC 20410-6000. [1018]

  • "Housing Affordability in the Milwaukee Met. Area: A Matter of Income, Race & Policy," by Gregory D. Squires, Sally O'Connor, Michael Grover & James Walrath appeared in the Fall 1999 J. Affordable Housing. Reprints of the 39-page article may be available from Prof. Squires, Dept. Sociology, PO Box 413, Univ. Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 53201, 404/229-4388. [1006]

  • "Housing Our Elders: A Report Card on the Housing Conditions & Needs of Older Americans" is a 52-page, Nov. 1999 HUD report, available (likely free) from HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research, Wash., DC 20410-6000. [1009]

  • "In the Crossfire: The Impact of Gun Violence on Public Housing Communities" is a 50-page, 1999 HUD report, available (likely free) from HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research, Wash., DC 20410-6000. [933]

  • Introduction to Predatory Lending Policy is a 16-page handbook (n.d.), available (no price listed) from the Comm. Reinvestment Coal. of N. Carolina, 919/667-1557. [1014]

  • "Long Overdue: Desegregation Litigation & Next Steps to End Discrim. & Seg. in the Public Housing & Sec. 8 Existing Housing Programs," by Florence Roisman (former PRRAC Board member), appeared in Vol. 1, No. 3 (1999) of Cityscape. Reprints likely available from Prof. Roisman, Indiana Univ. School of Law, 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-5914, 317/274-4479,froisman@iupui.edu. [1011]

  • "Making Fair Lending a Reality in the New Millennium," by Amy S. Bogdon & Carol A. Bell is the 55-page Proceedings of a June 30, 1999 Fannie Mae Foundation Research Roundtable. Available (free) from the Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016-2804, 202/274-8000, fmfpubs@fanniemaefoundation.org. [1001]

  • "Opting In: Renewing America’s Commitment to Affordable Housing" is a 26-page, April 1999 HUD document, available (likely free) from HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research, Wash., DC 20410-6000. [1016]

  • Predatory Lending ACORN has available a packet of materials on this problem. Contact Steven Kest, ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500. [1013]

  • "Redlining in NYC" Sen. Charles Shumer released a study of HUD data on mortgages and refinance lending in 6 comparable white and black neighborhoods in Bklyn., the Bronx & Queens, showing that black neighborhoods are 6 times as likely to rely on predatory lenders as white neighborhoods. Available on the web or from us with a SASE. schumer.senate.gov [1002]

  • "Shedding Some Light on Lending: The Effect of Expanded Disclosure Laws on Home Mortgage Marketing, Lending & Discrim. in the NY Met. Area," by Richard D. Marsico appeared in Vol. 27 of the Fordham Urban Law J. (1999). Reprints of the 52-page study are available ($5) Prof. Marsico, NY Law School, 57 Worth St., NYC, NY 10013, 212/431-2180. A free email copy is available by request:rmarsico@nyls.edu. [1015]

  • The Home Front: Implications of Welfare Reform for Housing Policy, ed. Sandra J. Newman 264 pp., 1999, $19.50), is available from Urban Inst. Press, 877/UIPRESS. [930]

  • The Housing Information Gateway contains links to housing-related orgs., literature, events, researchers & a 4000-item bibliography (some with abstracts): www.colorado.edu/plan/housing-info/. [1003]

  • "The Relation of Residential Segregation to All-Cause Mortality: A Study in Black & White," by Sharon A. Jackson, Roger T. Anderson, Norman J. Johnson & Paul D. Sorlie appeared in the April 2000 Am. J. Public Health. We’ll send a copy of the 3-page study with a SASE. Conclusions: “These results suggest that minority residential segregation may influence mortality risk and underscore the traditional emphasis on the social underpinnings of disease and death.” [1004]

  • "The Widening Gap: New Findings on Housing Affordability in America" is a 15-page, Sept. 1999 HUD report, available (likely free) from HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research, Wash., DC 20410-6000. [1017]

  • "Worst Case Housing Needs" 5.4 million households (homeless families & indivs. not included) have incomes below 50% of area median, pay over half their income for housing or live in severely inadequate housing, and receive no housing asst. HUD’s latest iteration, based on 1997 Amer. Hsng. Survey data, can be ordered at www.huduser.org/publications/affhsg/worstcase00.html. [1007]

  • "‘Containment’ On the Home Front: Race & Federal Housing Policy from the New Deal to the Cold War," by Arnold Hirsch appeared in the Jan. 2000 J. Urban History. Reprints of the 32-page article likely are available from Prof. Hirsch, Dept. History, Univ. New Orleans, New Orleans, LA 70148. The article is based on PRRAC-funded research. [1012]

March/April 2000

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  • "Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice" a 121-page assessment of fair housing progress & challenges, 1970-1995, in Los Angeles County, may be available (free) from David Granda, HUD, 450 Golden Gate Ave., SF, CA 94102, 415/436-8535. There’s apparently a 2nd study of housing discrim. in S. Cal. as well – contact Randy Boyle at the Fair Hsng. Congress, 213/365-7184. [1485]

  • "Combining Funding Sources for Rural Housing Development" has just been released by the Housing Assistance Council. $4 from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. HAC@ruralhome.org. [1483]

  • Housing & Comm. Dev. Campaign 2000 Postcard Campaign is designed to bring these issues into the presidential campaign. It’s sponsored by some 2 dozen organizations. For a kit, contact the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org. [1481]

  • "It’s All Relative" is the 2nd in a series of reports by the Met. Housing Coal. on unmet housing needs in the Louisville area. Contact them at 333 Guthrie Green, #409, Louisville, KY 40202. [1484]

  • "Jobs & Housing" is the subject of 2 new Brookings Inst. rpts.: “Where Are the Jobs?: Cities, Suburbs & the Competition for Employment” & “Housing Heats Up: Home Building Patterns in Met. Areas.” Both are on their website or phone 202/797-6139. www.brookings.org.es/urban/urban.htm [1482]

  • "Piecing It All Together in Your Community" is a guide for learning to use HUD’s Consolidated Plan to expand housing opps. for people with disabilities. Contact the Tech. Asst. Collaborative, 617/742-5657. It’s available online at www.c-c-d.org/housing.guide.html. [1487]

  • "Rural Rental Housing: HAC’s 1999 State of the Nation’s Rural Housing Report" is available ($6) from HAC, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, hacnews@ruralhome.org. An Exec. Summary (with the full report to be posted in the near future) is on the www.ruralhome.org [1489]

  • "Searching for Housing with Sec. 8 in the Chicago Region," by Susan Popkin & Mary Cunningham is on the Urban Inst. website. If you’re not websitable, contact them at 2100 M St., Wash., DC 20037. www.urbaninstitute.org/housing/chac/html. [1488]

  • "What We Know About Mortgage Lending Discrimination in America" a HUD-commissioned report, is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691, huduser@aspensys.com. [1486]

January/February 2000

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  • "Still Vouchered Up & Nowhere to Go Part II: Problems & Promises in Missouri’s Subsidized Housing Program," by Laura Barrett & Kelly Camrud (14 pp., Nov. 1999) is available (possibly free) from Housing Comes First, 5300 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112, 314/367-2993, hcf@stlouis.missouri.org. [1092]

  • "A House Divided: Residential Segregation in the [Louisville] Metropolitan Area" (20 pp., Oct. 1999) is available ($6.50) from the Met. Housing Coal., 333 Guthrie Green, #409, Louisville, KY 40202, 502/584-6858, mhclou@aol.com. [1089]

  • "Diminished Choices 5: The Ever Shrinking Market for Sec. 8 in Suburban Hennepin County, MN" (October 1999) is an 8-page report, available (likely free) from HOME Line, 7462 Oxford St., St. Louis Park, MN 55426, 612/933-0017. [1088]

  • "Expiring Affordability of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Properties: The Next Era in Preservation," by Kate Collignon (October 1999) is a 44-page report, available (possibly free) from the Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, Harvard Univ., 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [1091]

  • "Mobilizing Public Housing Communities for Work: Origins & Early Accomplishments of the Jobs-Plus Demonstration" (64 pp., Sept. 1999) is available (likely free) from the Manpower Research Demonstration Corp., 16 E. 34 St., NYC, NY 10016-4326, 212/532-3200. It reports on projects in Baltimore, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Dayton, LA, St. Paul & Seattle. [1166]

  • "Residents’ Guide to the New Public Housing Authority Plans" (61 pp., June 1999) is available (possibly free) from the Ctr. for Comm. Change, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0567. [1086]

  • "Scarcity & Success: Perspectives on Assisted Housing" a report on use of vouchers, from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., is on their website. Otherwise contact them at 1012 14th St. NW, #600, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. www.nlihc.org/mahn. [1087]

  • "Two Steps Back: The Dual Mortgage Market: Predatory Lending and the Undoing of Comm. Dev." $12 from The Woodstock Inst., 407 S. Dearborn, #550, Chicago, IL 60605, 312/427-8070. Related report: “Understanding Predatory Lending: Moving Towards a Common Definition & Workable Solutions,” by Deborah N. Goldman, a 41-page, Oct. 1999 report, available (possibly free) from the Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, Harvard Univ., 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [1090]

November/December 1999

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  • "$115,000,000 and Counting" is the 5th annual survey of financial recovery for plaintiffs in housing discrimination lawsuits by Natl. Fair Housing Alliance member organizations. $6 from the Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit, 1249 Washington Blvd., #1312, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [1576]

  • "Fair Housing Index - Rental Insurance" is a new report, using the paired tester methodology, showing high levels of discrimination experienced by Latino and African American tenants seeking apt. insurance in the DC met. area. Can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat format at the website in the Gateways Pubs. Fair Housing Index site; hard copies can be purchased at cost from Virginia Rivas, 202/289-5360. www.fairhousing.org [1571]

  • "Housing & Welfare Reform: Strategic Intersections in Place-Based Strategies" is a compilation of essential resources from the Welfare Information Network. www.welfareinfo.org. [1577]

  • "Moving to Opportunity for Fair Housing: Current Status & Initial Findings" is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, huduser@aspensys.com. [1574]

  • "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: An Analysis of Racial Disparities in Home Purchase & Refinance Mortgage Lending in 41 Cities from 1995 to 1998" is a 19-page, Sept. 1999 report available (no price listed) from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500. [1570]

  • "Out of Reach: The Gap Between Housing Costs & Income of Poor People in the US," by Cushing Dolbeare is a 266-page, Sept. 1999 publication, available ($35) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org. It can be downloaded from www.nlihc.org/oor99. [1572]

  • "Redlining" A new Urban Inst. study reviews and confirms a 1992 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston study which found a significantly higher probability of loan denial in the Boston area for African-American and Latino applicants, compared to whites. On their www.urban.org. [1578]

  • State & Local Affordable Housing Programs: A Rich Tapestry is available ($49.95) from the Urban Land Inst., 800/321-5011. [1573]

  • The Affordable Housing & Welfare Reform Listserv is a project of the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities. To subscribe, send an email to majordom@lists.cbpp.org that reads “subscribehousingwelfare.” [1575]

September/October 1999

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  • "Forced Eviction & Human Rights: A Manual for Action" is a 108-page, May 1999 document, available (no price listed) from the Geneva-based Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions. COHRE’s US office is at 1760 Euclid St. NW, #406, Wash., DC 20009, 202/783-1123, manos@igc.org. [1640]

  • Impact of Welfare Reform on Housing Stability & Homelessness A new issue of “Welfare Reform News” from the Inst. for Women’s Policy Research (headed by PRRAC Soc. Sci. Adv. Bd. member Heidi Hartmann) deals with this subject. Phone them at 202/785-5100 or on their www.iwpr.org/WRNN10.html [1595]

  • Maxwell Awards of Excellence the Fannie Mae Foundation’s annual acknowledgment of outstanding work by nonprofits in providing quality housing for low-income families & individuals, has available its Round 11 (last year’s) book of winners; the 118-pager is available, likely free, from the Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016-2804, 202/274-8000. Applications for Round 12 must be postmarked by Sept. 15 (but this late-arriving P&R probably won’t arrive in time — sorry). [1641]

  • The 1999 Affordable Housing Directory & Factbook (230 pp.) is available ($129, refundable if you don’t find it useful): 800/989-7255. [1647]

  • "The Annual Public Housing Plan: A New Opportunity to Influence Local Public Housing & Sec. 8 Policy," by David Bryson & Daniel Lindsey (18 pp.) & “Dept. of Housing & Urban Development & Sec. 3: Challenges & Opportunities,” by Wendy Pollack & Dina Schlossberg (16 pp.), both appeared in the May/June 1999 issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law. Inf. from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. [1643]

  • "The State of the Nation’s Housing: 1999" is the 36-page annual report from the Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies of Harvard Univ. (79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908); likely free. [1644]

  • What ‘Fair Housing’ Means for People with Disabilities is a 48-page, May 1999 handbook, available ($6) from the Bazelon Ctr. for Mental Health Law, 1101 15th St. NW, #1212, Wash., DC 20005, 202/467-5730, hn1660@handsnetorg. [1646]

July/August 1999

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  • "Waiting in Vain: An Update on America’s Rental Housing Crisis" (18 pp., March 1999) provides data on public housing/Sec. 8 waiting lists and related information. Free, from HUD USER, 800/245-2691, huduser@aspensys.com. [1381]

  • The Home Front: Implications of Welfare Reform for Housing Policy, ed. Sandra J. Newman (1999) is available ($19.50) from The Urban Inst., 877/UIPRESS [1380]

  • "CHAC Section 8 Program: Barriers to Successful Leasing Up," by Susan Popkin & Mary Cunningham an April 1999 Chicago study, is available ($8.50) from the Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5687. [1323]

  • Housing Facts & Findings s a new periodical newsletter, available (likely free) from the Fannie Mae Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016-2804, housingfacts@fanniemaefoundation.org. [1370]

  • "Mandates Unsatisfied: The Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program & the Civil Rights Laws," by Florence Roisman is a 39-page article from the July 1998 Univ. of Miami Law Review. Free reprints available from Mary Deer, Indiana U. School of Law, 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-5194, 317/274-1909, mdeer@iupui.edu. [1372]

  • The 30th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act is the theme of the special 220-page 1999 issue (Vol. 4, No. 3) of City scape, published by HUD’s Office of Policy Dev. & Research. John Goring & Gregory Squires were guest editors, and among the 14 articles are contributions by Sen. Edward Kennedy, Bill Land Lee, Joe Phagun, Nancy Denton, James Carr, Raul Yzaguirre and (former PRRAC Board member) Florence Roisman. $5 from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. Roisman has offered to send a free reprint of her 26-page article, “Long Overdue: Desegregation Litigation & Next Steps to End Discrimination & Segregation in the Public Housing & Sec. 8 Existing Housing Programs” Available from Melissa Gardner, Indiana U. School of Law., 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-5194, 317/274-1909. [1377]

  • “The 1999 Advocate’s Resource Guide” is available ($25) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #610, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, info@nlihc.org. www.nlihc.org/advocates/ [1376]

May/June 1999

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  • "There’s No Place Like Home: How America’s Housing Crisis Threatens Our Children," by Megan Sandel, Joshua Sharfstein & Randy Shaw (55 pp., March 1999) is available ($15 - check made out to Tenderloin Housing Clinic) from Housing America, 126 Hyde St., SF, CA 94102, 415/771-9850. [1203]

  • "More than BricksMortar: Housing that Builds Community," by Michael Schubert (32 pp., 1999) documents innovative housing strategies in Santa Fe, NM. Likely free, from the Pew Partnership, 145-C Ednam Dr., Charlottesville, VA 22903, 804/971-2073, E-mail: mail@pew-partnership.org. [1211]

  • "Housing & Battered Women: Using Housing Vouchers to Assist Battered Women Move from Welfare to Work,” by Robin Hammeal-Urban, is a 11-page paper, avai," by Robin Hammeal-Urban is a 11-page paper, available (possibly free) from the author, Gtr. Hartford Legal Asst., 80 Jefferson St., Hartford, CT 06106-5035, 860/541-5000, E-mail: ghla@ghla.org. [1322]

  • "Housing Affordability in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area: A Matter of Income, Race & Policy," by Gregory D. Squires, Sally O'Connor & Michael Grover is a 37-page, Nov. 1998 study, available (possibly free) from the Inst. for Wisconsin’s Future, 1717 S. 12 St., #203, Milwaukee, WI 53204-3300, 414/384-9094, E-mail: iwf@execpc.com. [1213]

  • "Impact of Welfare Reform on Developments Financed by the Mass. Housing Finance Agency" is a 35-page (+ Apps.), Jan. 1999 report, available (likely free) from the Agency, One Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108, 617/854-1841. 5-page exec. summary also available and is on the web at www.mhfa.com/welfare.pdf. [1250]

  • Show Me a Hero: A Tale of Murder, Suicide Race & Redemption, by Lisa Belkin NY Times reporter, is an account of the Yonkers, NY, housing/schools litigation and controversy. 331 pp., published by Little, Brown, $25. [1175]

  • "The 1998 Report on Hunger & Homelessness in the US" is available from the US Conf. of Mayors, 1620 Eye St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/293-7330. [1197]

  • "Unfinished Business: Increases in African-American Home Buying & Continuing Residential Segregation in the Chicago Region," by Daniel Immergluck is a 28-page, Jan. 1999 publication, available (possibly free) from The Woodstock Inst., 407 S. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60605, 312/427-8070, E-mail: woodstck@wwa.com. [1201]

  • "“Black, White & Shades of Brown: Fair Housing & Econ. Opp. in the Chicago Region," by Phil Nyden, Mike Leachman, Bill Peterman & Darnel Coleman is available ($7.50) from Natalie Goolsby-Eberhart, 312/341-5678. [1205]

March/April 1999

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  • "Toward a Targeted Homeownership Tax Credit" (31 pp., Jan. 1999) prepared by the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies for The Brookings Inst. Ctr. on Urban & Met. Policy, is available (possibly free) from the Brookings Ctr., 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036-2188, 202/797-6139; click on Center on Urban & Met. Policy on their www.brookings.edu [1756]

  • "Native American Housing: Information on HUD’s Funding of Indian Housing Programs" (63 pp., Nov. 1998, GAO/RCED-99-16) is available, free, from USGAO, PO Box 37050, Wash., DC 20013, 202/512-6000. [1758]

  • "In Search of Shelter: The Growing Shortage of Affordable Rental Housing," by Jennifer Daskal (54 pp., June 1998) is available from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, 820 First St. NE, #510, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080, E-mail: center@center.cbpp.org. Contact them re price. [1754]

  • A Picture of Subsidized Households in 1998 is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691, E-mail: huduser@aspensys.com. [1759]

  • "Fair Housing Violation Cases in Nonmetro & Metro Counties” & “Fair Housing, the Zoning Process & Land Use Politics in Rural Areas" are two recent publications available ($5.50 & $5, respectively; $8 for the set) from the Housing Asst. Council, 1025 Vermont Ave., NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. [1755]

  • "Not Safe at Home: How America’s Housing Crisis Threatens the Health of Its Children" is a 46-page, Feb. 1998 research report from the Doc4Kids Project. $5 contrib. requested. From the Project, Dept. Pediatrics, Dowling 3, Boston Med. Ctr., 818 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02118, 617/534-2229, E-mail: doc4kids@bu.edu. [1757]

January/February 1999

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  • "America’s Best & Worst Lenders" (130 pp. + App., Nov. 1998) is available ($28) from the Natl. Comm. Reinvestment Coal., 733 15th St. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20005, 202/628-8866. [1394]

  • Housing in Rural America: Building Affordable & Inclusive Communities, eds. Joseph Belden & Robert Wiener (198 pp., 1998, $26.45) has been published by Sage, 2455 Teller Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91320-2218, 805/499-9774. [1379]

  • New Directions in Urban Public Housing, eds. David Varady, Wolfgang Preiser & Francis Russell (304 pp., 1998, $19.95) has been published by the Rutgers Ctr. for Urban Policy Research, 33 Livingston Ave., #400, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1982, 732/932-3133, x555. Includes contributions by Peter Marcuse, William Peterman, Mary Nenno and Irving Welfeld. [1390]

  • Rent Control: Regulation & the Rental Housing Market, eds. W. Dennis Keating, Michael Teitz & Andrejs Skaburskis (259 pp., 1998) is available ($14.95) from the Rutgers Ctr. for Urban Policy Research, 33 Livingston Ave., #400, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1982, 732/932-3133, x555. In addition to chapters on the court, politics, economics and social dimensions of rent control, the book has case studies of Berkeley, DC, LA, NJ, NYC, Toronto & mobile homes. [1400]

  • "A Picture of Subsidized Households in 1998" is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [1396]

  • "Application Denied: Do Lending Institutions Overlook Hispanics?," by Ron Nixon is a 4-page article from the Nov. 1998 issue of Hispanic magazine. We’ll send a copy with a SASE. [1392]

  • "Bouncing from School to School: The Housing Crisis Disrupts the Classroom," by Ruth Conniff is a 5-page article from the Nov. 1999 issue of The Progressive. We’ll send a copy with a SASE. [1363]

  • "Diminished Choices" is the 4th annual report on landlord acceptance of tenants with Sec. 8 housing vouchers in suburban Hennepin County, outside the Twin Cities. For a copy, phone Comm. Action for Suburban Hennepin, 612/933-9639, x222. [1389]

  • "Financial Institutions & Immigrant Homeownership" is the 40-page proceedings of a July 17, 1998 roundtable, available (likely free) from the Fannie Mae Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016. 202/274-8085. [1383]

  • "Giving No Credit Where Credit is Due: An Analysis of Home Purchase Mortgage Lending in 35 Cities, 1995-97" is a 10-page, 1998 report, available (possibly free) from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500. [1378]

  • "Insurance Redlining" A Virginia jury recently found that Nationwide Mutual Ins. discriminates against African Americans in selling homeowner insurance and ordered the company to pay $100 million in punitive damages and $500,000 in compensatory damages. Further inf. from Constance Chamberlin, Housing Opportunities Made Equal, 804/354-0641 or Shana Smith, Natl. Fair Housing Alliance, 202/898-1661. [1399]

  • "Locked Out: Hispanic Under-representation in Federally-Assisted Housing Programs" is a July 1997 publication, available ($7.50) from the Natl. Council of La Raza, PO Box 291, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701-0291, 301/604-7983. [1395]

  • "Out of Reach" the 1998 edition of housing affordability analysis by metropolitan area, produced by the Natl. Low Income Housing Coalition, now is available online. The Coalition is reachable at 1012 14th St. NW, #600, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. www.nlihc.org/oor98 [1393]

  • The Research Inst. for Housing America has just been formed by the Mortgage Bankers Assn. of Amer., “dedicated to objective, credible research on how to increase housing opportunity — particularly for underserved populations & communities.” For more inf., contact Steven Hornburg at the Inst., 1125 15th St. NW, 5th flr., Wash., DC 20005-2766, 202/861-6521, E-mail: steven_hornburg@mbaa.org. [1385]

  • "Why an Insurance Regulation to Prohibit Redlining?," by Gregory D. Squires (23 pp.), appeared in the Winter 1998 issue of The John Marshall Law Review. Copies of the issue are available ($10) from the Review, 315 S. Plymouth Ct., Chicago, IL 60605. Squires can be reached at the Dept. Soc., Univ. Wisc., PO Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201, 414/229-5074. [1387]

November/December 1998

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  • "Out of Reach: Rental Housing at What Cost?" (1998) is the just-released study by the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. $25 from 1012 14th St., #610, Wash., DC 20005; it's also on their webpage: www.nlihc.org. It documents the unavailability of housing at HUD's Fair Market Rent levels (set annually, by metropolitan area, for use of Sec. 8 certificates/vouchers), and compares as well housing affordability to the federal minimum wage. [2549]

  • "Still Vouchered Up & Nowhere to Go: Problems & Promise in Missouri's Subsidized Housing Progs.," by Laura Barrett & Abigail Solomon (12 pp., 1998) is available (possibly free) from Housing Comes First, 5300 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112-3199, 314/367-2993. [2550]

  • "Case Studies of Vouchered-Out Assisted Housing" is a HUD report, available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [2551]

September/October 1998

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  • "Rental Housing Assistance - The Crisis Continues: The 1997 Report to Congress on Worst Case Housing Needs" (38 pp., + Apps., April 1998) by HUD's Office of Policy Dev. & Research, is available ($5) from 1-JUD USER, P0 Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [2000]

  • "A Fiscal Portrait of the Newest Americans," by Stephen Moore (32 pp., 1998) National Immigration Forum & the Cato Institute 220 Eye St. NE, #220, Wash., DC 20002-4362, 202/544-0004. [2314]

  • "Examining the Relationship Between Housing, Education & Persistent Segregation" is the 139-page, Feb. 1998 report (to the McKnight Fdn. - focussing largely on the Twin Cities) from the Univ. of MN Inst. on Race & Poverty (headed by PRRAC Board member John Powell), 415 Law Ctr., 229 19th Ave. S., Mpls., MN 55455, 612/625-8071. irp@gold.tcc.umn.edu [1998]

  • "Examining the Relationship Between Housing, Education & Persistent Segregation," by john a. powell (139 pp., 1998) 415 Law Center, 229 19th Ave. S., Mpls., MN 55455, 612/ 625-8071; E-mail: irp@gold.tc.umn.edu. [2301]

  • "HUD Housing Programs: Tenants' Rights - 1998 Supplement" (to the 2nd, 1994 ed.) is available ($120) from the Natl. Housing Law Project, 614 Grand Ave., #320, Oakland, CA 94610, 510/251-9400, x500. [1999]

  • HUD Housing Programs: tenants' Rights - 1998 Supplement (2nd, 1994 ed.) National Housing Law Project, 614 Grand Ave., #320, Oakland, CA 94610, 510/251-9400, xSOO. [2303]

  • "Rental Housing Assistance - The Crisis Continues: The 1997 Report to Congress on Worst Case Housing Needs" (38 pp., 1998) HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research, HUD USER,
    P0 Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [2304]

  • "The Community Training & Resource Ctr." which provides "policy analysis, training & technical asst. for low-income tenants & orgs. that serve them," has available its 1997 Annual Report: 90 William St., #1200, NYC, NY 10038, 212/964-7200. [2001]

  • "The Community Training & Resource Ctr." (1997 Annual Report) 90 William St., #1200, NYC, NY 10038, 212/964-7200. [2308]

  • "The Mt. Laurel Housing Symposium" is a 233-page section of Vol. 27 (1997), No. 4 of the Seton Hall Law Review. Included are articles by various PRRAC authors (John Powell, Florence Roisman, John Charles Boger, Chester Hartman) & others. $10 from the Seton Hall Univ. School of Law, One Newark, Ctr., Newark, NJ 07102, 973/642-8789. Roisman has available free reprints of her 40-page article, 'The Role of the State, the Necessity of Race-Conscious Remedies, and Other Lessons from the Mt. Laurel Study" -Indianapolis Univ. School of Law, 735 W. NY St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-5194, 317/274-1914. froisman@iupui.edu [2002]

  • "The Mt. Laurel Housing Symposium," by Florence Roisman, John Charles Boger, Chester Hartman & john a. powell (233 pp.) Seton Hall Univ. School of Law, One Newark, Ctr., Newark, NJ 07102, 973/642-8789. [2309]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing: 1998" (37 pp.) is available (likely free) from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [2003]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing: 1998" (37 pp.) Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [2310]

July/August 1998

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  • "The Two Faces of FHA: A Case of Government-Supported Discrimination Against Minority & Racially Changing Communities," by Calvin Bradford (61 pp., 1998) HOPE Fair Housing Center, 2100 Manchester, #1070, Bldg. B, Wheaton, IL 60187, 630/690-6500. [2109]

  • "Building Affordable Rental Housing: An Analysis of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit," by Jean Cummings & Denise DiPasquale (51 pp., 1998) City Research, One Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, MA 02109, 617/367-4390, E-mail: info@cityresearch.com [2101]

  • Tax Credits for Low Income Housing: Opportunities for Developers, Non-Profits, Agencies & Communities..., by Joseph Guggenheim (400 pp., 1998) 10th edition is available for $77 soft cover, $195 looseleaf binder with 3 periodic supplements Simon Pubs., PO Box 229, Glen Echo, MD 20812, 301/320-5771. [2105]

  • "The Fair Lending Index: An Audit of Race & Natl. Origin Discrimnation in the Gtr. Wash. Mortgage Lending Marketplace" (15 pp.) Fair Housing Council of Greater Washington, 1212 NY Ave. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20005, 202/289-5360. [2107]

  • A Picture of Subsidized Households in 1997: US Totals & Agencies with over 500 Units $5 from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [2100]

  • "Fair Housing Advertising Manual" Fair Housing Council of Greater Washington, 1212 NY Ave. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20005, 202/289-5360. [2108]

  • Sustainable Nonprofit Housing Development: An Analysis of the Maxwell Award Winners, by William Rohe, Roberto G. Quercia, Diane Levy & Protip Biswas (209 pp.) Fannie Mae Foundation, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, #1, Wash., DC 20016-2804, 202/274-8074, E-mail: fmfpubs@fanniemaefoundation.org. [2103]

  • The 1998 Affordable Housing Directory & Factbook (200+ pp.) is available for $75, $60 for nonprofits 657 Mission St., #502, SF, CA 94105-4118, 800/989-7255, E-mail: ahf@housingfinance.com [2106]

May/June 1998

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  • "HUD's Consolidated Plan: An Action Guide for Involving Low Income Communities," by Ed Gramlich (101 pp., 1998) is available ($15) from the Ctr. for Community Change, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20007, 202/342-0519. [2908]

  • The Encyclopedia of Housing, by Willem van Vliet (736 pp., 1998) with 500+ entries, is available ($153.45) from Sage Pubs., 2455 Teller Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, 805/499-9774. [2910]

  • "Trailing the Pack: Hispanics & Mortgage Lending in 16 Mass. Cities, 1992096," by James Campen (1997) is available (no price listed) from the Gaston Inst., Univ. Mass., 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125, 617/287-5790, email: Latino_2@umbsky.cc.umb.edu. [2929]

  • "Federal Housing Assistance & Welfare Reform: Uncharted Territory," by G. Thomas Kingley is a 7 page, Dec. 1997 report from the Assessing the New Federalism Project of the Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Washington, DC 20037, 202/857-8687. [2902]

  • "Housing & Welfare Reform: Some Background Info" (revised ed.) is available (no price listed) from the Ctr. on Budget and Policy Priorities, 820 First St., NE, Washington, DC 20002, 202/408-1080, email: center@center.cbpp.org. [2905]

  • "Housing Mobility: Realizing the Promise," by Margery Austin Turner & Kale Williams is the report from the 2nd Natl. Conf. on Assisted Housing Mobility. The 161 page, Jan. 1998 document is available (no price listed) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St., NW, Washington, DC 20037, 202/833-7200. [2903]

March/April 1998

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  • "A Report on the Landlord Training Program: A Response to Tenants Without Heat & Hot Water & Landlords Facing Housing Code Violations Facing Housing Code Violations" (20 pp., 1997?) is available (no price listed) from the Comm. Training & Resource Ctr., 47 Ann St., NYC, NY 10038, 212/964-7200. The program, created by CTRC and the Cornell Coop. Extension Prog., conducted workshops, as an alternative sentencing program. for 100 Brooklyn landlords who were first-time offenders in Housing Court on heat & hot water violations. [2795]

  • "Digest of Cases & Other Resources on Fair Housing for People with Disabilities" (46 pp., 1997) is available ($13.35) from the Bazelon, Ctr. for Mental Health Law, 1101 15th St. NW. #1212, Wash., DC 20005. 202/467-5730. [2796]

  • Help or Hindrance? The Econ. implications of Immigration for African-Americans, by Daniel Hamermesh & Frank Bean (448 pp., $45 + s/h), will be available in May from Russell Sage Fdn. Books, 800/524-6401. [2803]

  • HMDA Works is a software program designed for grassroots comm. gps. to analyze Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data. 1996 data are coming soon. For an order form, contact the Ctr. for Comm. Change, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0567. [2797]

  • "Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data 1996: Who Really Gets Home Loans in Calif.? Year 5" (40 pp., 1997) is available ($20 nonprofits, $50 others) from the Calif. Reinvest-ment Comm.. 474 Valencia St., #110, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980, E-mail: reinvest@igc.apc.org. [2798]

  • "Mixed Income Housing" is the theme of Vol. 3. Issue 2 of Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development & Research, available ($5) from HUD USER, 800/245-2691. [2799]

  • "Rural Housing & Welfare Reform: HAC's 1997 Report on the State of the Nation's Rural Housing" (36 pp., 1997) is available ($6) from the Housing Asst. Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600, E-mail: hac@ruralhome.org. [2800]

  • "The Limits of Borders: A Moderate Proposal for Immigration Reform," by Frank H. Wu appeared in the Summer t996 issue of the Stanford Law & Policy Review, a special issue devoted to "The Future of the American Mosaic: Issues in Immigration Reform." Copies of his article may be available from Prof. Wu, Howard Univ. school of Law 2900 Van Ness St NW Wash., DC 20008, 202/806-8082 [2806]

  • "The Location & Racial composition of Public Housing in the US," by John Goering, Ali Kamely & Todd Richardson (106 pp., 1994) may still be available from HUD! PD&R. 451 7th St. SW, Wash., DC 20410, 202/708-3896 [2801]

  • The NatI. Housing lnst./Shelterforce now has a web site for news! analysis of housing & comm. dev. issues: http://www.nhi.org. [2802]

January/February 1998

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  • "A Status Report on Housing Trust Funds in the US," by Mary Brooks (126 pp., Sept. 1997) is available from the Ctr. for Community Change's Housing Trust Fund Proj., 1113 Cougar Ct., Frazier Park, CA 93255, 805/245-0318. [3276]

  • "Attitudes of Blacks Towards Housing Discrimination in Metropolitan Miami," by Thomas Boswell, Angel David Cruz-Baez & Pauline Zijlstra (25 pp., Aug. 1996) is available from the Plicy Ctr. of the Cuban American National Council, 300 SW 12 Ave., Miami, FL 33130, 305/642-3484. [3279]

  • "All Vouchered Up & No Place to Go: Problems & Promise in the Sec. 8 Affordable Housing Program," by Laura Barrett, Shelly Gray & Patricia Shea (14 pp.) is available from Housing Comes First, 5300 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112, 314/367-2993. [3277]

  • "Assessment of American Indian Housing Needs & Programs" prepared for HUD by the Urban Institute, is available from HUD User, 800/245-2691. The data is also available on the HUD User webpage: www.huduser.org/data/native/native/html. [3278]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing 1997" (36 pp.) is available from the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, 79 John F. Kennedy St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [3280]

November/December 1997

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  • A NatI. Campaign of Fair Housing Litigation for People with Disabilities is being launched by the Bazelon Ctr. for Mental Health Law. lnf. from Sherry Trafford at the Ctr., 1101 15th St. NW, #1212, Wash., DC 20005, 202/467-5730. [3531]

  • "Native American Housing" a GAO report (GAO-RCED-97-64) mandated by Congress, is available (free) from GAO, 202/512-6000. [3532]

  • "Out of Reach: Rental Housing At What Cost?" (91 pp., 1997) is available ($25) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [3533]

  • "Shattered Dreams: The Resurgence of Redlining in America" (6 pp., + Tables, 1997) is available (possibly free) from ACORN, 739 8th St. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-2500. [3534]

  • "State & Metropolitan Management of Section 8: Current Models & Potential Resources: Final Report" (107 pp. + Apps., April 1997) was prepared for HUD by Abt Associates. Contact HUD USER, P0 Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [3535]

September/October 1997

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  • "An Outline of Principles, Authorities & Resources for Fair Housing Litigation" (19 pp., July 1997) and "Poor Peoples' Housing Problems & the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit" (24 pp., July 1997), both outlines prepared for the NLADA Substantive Law Conf. by Florence Roisman, are available from Lorra Schroeder, Indiana U. School of Law, 735 W. NY St., Indianapolis, IN 46202, 317/274-4479, email: froisman@iupui.edu. [3545]

  • "$50,000,000 and Counting: A Summary of Housing Discrimination Lawsuits" (84 pp., June 1997) compiled for the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance by the Fair Housing Ctr. of Detroit, available from the Center, 1249 Washington Blvd., #1312, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [3489]

  • "Community Building in Public Housing: Ties That Bind People & Their Communities" prepared for HUD by the Urban Institute, "provides a detailed update on dozens of community-building initiatives in public housing communities around the country." $5 from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [3546]

  • HUDCLIPS providing the latest HUD notices, handbooks, Federal Register postings & relevant portions of the UC Code & CFR - is now accessible via the web. www.hudclips.org [3547]

July/August 1997

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  • "'Magnet Theory' of Homelessness" The Natl. Law Ctr. on Homelessness & Poverty is monitoring local governments' increasing reliance, with hostile intent, on the theory that creating new shelters & services for homeless persons will produce an influx of additional homeless persons. The Center is interested in contacting social science researchers who could conduct empirical research and in learning of existing studies. Contact Catherine Bendor at the Center, 918 F St. NW, #412, Wash., DC 20004, 202/638-2535. [3398]

  • "Barriers to Homeownership" The March 1997 issue of Cityscape discusses the social & cultural forces that shape the home-purchase decisions of minority & immigrant households. $5 from HUD USER, P0 Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [3399]

  • "Fair Housing: Funding & Activities Under the Fair Housing Iniatives Program" is a 39-page, March 1997 GAO report (GAO/RCED-97-67), available (free) from USGAO, P0 Box 6015, Gaithersburg, MD 20884-6015, 202/512-6000. [3400]

  • "New Perspectives on Self-Sufficiency: Strategies of Nonprofit Housing Organizations," by Rachel Bratt & Langley Keyes (162 pp., 1997) is available ($5) from Prof. Bratt, Dept. of Urban & Env. Policy, Tufts Univ., Medford, MA 02155, 617/627-3394. [3401]

  • Tenant Ownership of Rental Housing is the subject of a new 30-min. video ("Taking Control:
    Tenant Operation & Ownership of Rental Housing") from the Calif. Coal. for Rural Housing Project. It highlights 5 Calif. apt. complexes. $10 (hut sliding scale fee available for tenant groups) from the Project, 926 J St., #422, Sacramento, CA 95814, 916/443-4443. [3402]

May/June 1997

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  • "Community First: A Public Housing Residents' Guide" is available (possibly free) from the NatI. Low Inc. Housing Coal, 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530 x242, E-mail: linda@nlihc.org. [3244]

  • "The Cleveland Residential Housing & Mortgage Credit Project: One's City's Response to the Problem of Racial Discrimination in the Home-Buying Process" is available ($12 nonprofit/ govt./$25 for-profit) from The Woodstock Inst., 407 S. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60605, 312/427-8070. They also have available a 1997 publications catalog. [3245]

  • "The New Politics of Housing: How to Rebuild the Constituency for a Progressive Housing Policy" (J. Amer. Planning Assn., Winter 1997); "The Struggle for our Cities" (Social Policy, Fall 1996); "Philanthropy & the Housing Crisis" (Housing Policy Debate, 1997), all by Peter Dreier, are available (free) from the author, Occidental College Internatl. & Public Affairs Ctr., LA, CA 90041. [3247]

  • "The Times Square: A Case Study in Successful Supportive Housing" (17 pp., nd.) is available (no price listed) from The Development Training Inst., 2510 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21218, 410/ 338-2512, E-mail: hn0305@handsnet.com [3250]

March/April 1997

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  • "The State of the Nation's Rural Housing in 1996," by Cushing Dolbeare is a 40-page report available (possibly free) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont . Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. Also ax ilable is a 12-page, Aug. 199t excerpt from "The Borders Colonias Region: Challenges & Innovative Approach to Effective Community Development." [3112]

  • "Too Much Demand -Too Little Money: Competition in California's Nonprofit Housing Sector" a survey of the state s nonprofit developers, is available ($10) from the Calif. Coal. for Rural Housing, 926 J St., #422, Sacramento, CA 95814, 916/443-4448 [3113]

January/February 1997

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  • "Changes in the Segregation of Whites from Blacks During the 1980s: Small Steps Toward a More Integrated Society," by Reynolds Farley & William Frey appeared in the Feb. 1994 Amer. Sociological Review. Reprints of the 23-page article are available ($2) from the Population Studies Ctr., Univ. of Mich., 1225 S. Univ. Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2590, 313/998-7275. [3108]

  • "Confronting the Management Challenge: Affordable Housing in the Nonprofit Sector" (316 pp., 2nd. ed., 1995) is available ($15) from the Comm. Dev. Research Ctr., 66 Fifth Ave., #812, NYC, NY 10011, 212/229-5415. [3109]

  • "Hands-On Housing: A Guide Through Mutual Housing Assns. & Comm. Land Trusts for Residents & Organizers," by Sarah Hovde & John Krinsky (74 pp., 1996) and "Balacing Acts: The Experience of Mutual Housing Assns. & Comm. Land Trusts in Urban Neighborhoods" (188 pp., + Apps., 1996), are available (no prices listed) from the Comm. Service Society of NY, 105 E. 22 St. NYC, NY 10010, 212/614-5314. [2972]

  • Insurance Redlining: Disinvestment, Reinvestment & the Evolving Role of Financial Institutions, by Gregory D. Squires (280 pp., 1997) is available ($24.95) from Urban Inst. Press, 800/462-6420. [3110]

  • "Learning from Each Other New Ideas for Managing the Sec. 8 Certif. & voucher Programs" is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [2973]

  • "Migrant Farmworker Housing" is the theme of the Dec. 1996 issue of Clearinghouse for Legal Services, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606, 312/263-3830, x222 or 224. [2974]

  • "Shelter Poverty: Housing Affordability Among Asian Americans," by Michael E. Stone (24 pp., 1996) Oct. 1996), is available (possibly free) from the Inst. for Asian American Studies, Univ. Mass., 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125-3393, 617/287-5650, E-mail: asian_am@umbsky.cc.umb.edu. [3111]

  • "Special Needs Housing" The Corp. for Supportive Housing (342 Madison Ave., #505, NYC, NY 10173, 212/986-2966) has a number of free publications and a video on service-enriched housing for people who are at risk of becoming so, esp. those with special needs, such as mental illness, substance abuse issues & HIV/AIDS. [2975]

  • "The Housing Problems & Needs of Native Americans & Alaskan Natives" is available ($5) from HUD USER, PO Box6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [2976]

  • "Unlocking the Door III" published by the Natl. Women & Housing Task Force, provides recommendations to prevent homelessness & eliminate bureaucratic & programmatic barriers to affordable housing for women. $10 from the McAuley Inst., 8300 Colesville Rd., #310, Silver Spring, MD 20910, 301/588-8110. [2977]

  • "Who Really Gets Home Loans, Year Four: A Home Mortgage Report on California's Largest Lenders" (41 pp., 1996) is available ($10 nonprofits, $35 others) from the Calif. Reinvestment Comm., 474 Valencia St., #110, SF, CA 94103, 415/864-3980. [2978]

November/December 1996

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  • "Assisting Residents of Public Housing Achieve Self-Sufficiency: An Evaluation of Charlotte's Gateway Families Program," by William Rohe appeared in the Autumn 1995 Journal of Arch. & Planning Research. Reprints of the 18 page article may be available from the author, Dept. City & Reg. Planning, UNC, Campus Box 3140, Chapel Hill, NC 27599. [4379]

  • NAIHC Pathway News is the newsletter of the Natl. Amer. Indian Housing Council, 900 2nd St. NE, #007, Washington, DC 20002, 800/284-9165. [4380]

  • "Slamming the Door," by Jason DeParle on the slow death of government housing programs and policies, appeared in the Oct. 20, 1996, NY Times Magazine. We'll send a copy with an SASE (55c). [4381]

  • "Who Really Gets Home Loans? Year Three" reports (using 1994 HMDA data) how California's 20 largest financial insts. are serving housing needs, with special emphasis on African American, Latino & low income individuals. Available from the Calif. Reinvestment Comm. 474 Valencia St., #110, San Francisco, CA 94103, 415/864-3980, email: reinvest@igc.apc.org. [4382]

September/October 1996

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  • "$30,000,000 and Counting" (77 pp., 1996) is a summary of housing discrimination lawsuits compiled for the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance by the Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit. $6 from the Ctr., 1249 Washington Blvd., #1312, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [4084]

  • "Balancing Acts: The Experience of Mutual Housing Assns. & Comm. Land Trusts in Urban Neighborhoods" & "Hands-On Housing: A Guide Through Mutual Housing Assns. & Comm. Land Trusts for Tenants & Organizers" are available (prices not listed) from Victor Bach, Comm. Service Soc. of NY, 105 E. 22 St., NYC, NY 10010, 212/254-8900 [4086]

  • "Building Public-Private Partnerships to Develop Affordable Housing," by Fred Cooper (114 pp.) is available (free) from HUD Comm. Connection, 800/998-9999. The guidebook summarizes the experience of 4 natl. intermediaries (Comm. Bldrs., Enterprise, LISC, Natl. Dev. Council), an overview by Rick Cohen & a foreword by James Rouse. [4088]

  • "Examining the Relationship between Housing, Education & Persistent Segregation" (63 pp., 1996) is a preliminary report, focussing on the Twin Cities, available (possibly free) from the Inst. on Race & Poverty, Univ. of MN Law School, 229 19th Ave. S., Mpls, MN 55455, 612/625-8071, E-mail: irp@igold.tc.umn.edu. The Institute's director and principal investigator on the project, PRRAC Board member john powell, is soliciting comments on the preliminary report. [4106]

  • "Expanding Housing Choices for HUD-Assisted Families" is the first in a series of biennial reports to Congress on the Moving to Opportunity Demonstration, evaluating the impact of a program (in the Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, LA and NY metro areas) "to help low-income families move from public and assisted housing in high-poverty inner-city neighborhoods to better housing, education & employment opportunities in low-poverty communities." Copies of the 31-page, May 1996 report are available (probably free) from Dep. Asst. Sec. Margery Turner, HUD/PD&R, Wash., DC 20410-6000. [4108]

  • "Federal Policy in Transition: A National Briefing Book on Housing, Economic & Comm. Dev." is available ($75) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530 x234. [4109]

  • HMDA Works is a new software package for analyzing local mortgage lending patterns. Contact Becky Reilly, Ctr. for Comm. Change, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/352-0567. E-mail: HN0280@handsnet.org. [4111]

  • HUD Manual The 1996 Supplement to this reference work and to HUD Housing Programs: Tenants' Rights are available from the Natl. Housing Law Project, 2201 Broadway, #815 Oakland, CA 94612, 510/251-9400. Contact them for prices and other related manuals. [4112]

  • New Jersey Tenants Organizating Handbook (36 pp., 1996) is available ($9) from the NJ Tenants Org., 389 Main St., Hackensack, NJ 07601, 201/342-3775. [4113]

  • The Federal Housing Finance Board's 1995 Report on the Low-Income Housing & Comm. Dev. Activities of the Federal Home Loan Bank System is available (likely free) from the Board, 1777 F St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/408-2500. [4114]

  • "The Lessons of American Apartheid: The Necessity & Means of Promoting Residential Racial Integration," by Florence Roisman appeared in the Dec. 1995 Iowa Law R. Free reprints from Maureen McGovern, Widener Univ. School of Law, 4601 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803, 302/477-2137. [4115]

  • "The Persistent Racial Gap: Milwaukee's Mortgage Lending Market During the 1990s" is available (no price listed) from the Fair Lending Coalition, 414/344-2885. A related study, "Survey of Small Business Lending in Denver," by Frank Ford, is available (no price listed) from the Denver Comm. Reinvestment Alliance, 303/556-2824. [4116]

  • "The State of the the Nation's Housing: 1996" is available, possibly free, from the Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, Harvard Univ., 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [4117]

July/August 1996

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  • "In Pursuit of a Dream Deferred: Linking Housing & Education" (April 1996) is a Forum in the Minnesota Law Review, with Kenneth Clark, Nancy Denton, Gary Orfield, Deval Patrick, john powell, Theodore Shaw & Michael Sussman. Reprints of the 168 page Forum might be available from any of the contributors - powell is at the Univ. of MN Law School, 229 19th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55455; Shaw is at the NAACP LDEF, 99 Hudson St., NYC, NY 10013. [3945]

  • Closed Doors, Opportunities Lost: The Continuing Costs of Housing Discrimination, by John Yinger (416 pp., 1996) is available from the Russell Sage Foundation, 112 E. 64 St., NYC, NY 10021, 212/750-6038. [3944]

  • "A Guide to State-Sponsored Housing Finance Programs" (Winter 1995-96) is available (along with a supplement listing such programs in MI, MN, MT, ND, SD & WI) from Comm. Affairs, Fed. Reserve Bank of Mpls., PO Box 291 Minneapolis, MN 55480, 612/340-6913. [3942]

  • "Is the European Union Housing Its Poor?" is the latest policy report from the European Federation of Natl. Orgs. Working with the Homeless (FEANTSA), 1, rue Defacqz, Brussels, Belgium, email: feantsa@dproducts.be. [3947]

  • "Out of Reach: Can America Pay the Rent?" is a new study from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., showing that in every metropolitan area renters are having a difficult time finding affordable housing. Available from the Coalition, 1012 14th St. NW, Washington, DC 20005, 202/662-1530, x234. [3948]

  • "Rental Housing Assistance at a Crossroads: A Report to Congress on Worst Case Housing Needs" reports that the number of households with worst case housing needs is at a record high - 5.3 million in 1993. Available from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [3949]

  • "The Fair Housing Advertising Manual" by Niki Kuckes, and an accompanying "Fair Housing Advertising Curriculum" are available from the Fair Housing Council of Gtr. Washington, 927 15th St. NW, #600, Washington, DC 20005, 202/289-5360. [3950]

May/June 1996

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  • "Fitting the Pieces Together: An Examination of Data Sources Related to Farrmworker Homing" is available ($6) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. [3815]

  • Hope VI Developments is the periodic newsletter about this HUD public housing initiative. Available (possibly free) from the Housing Research Fdn., 601 Penn. Ave. NW, #875, Wash., DC 20004-2612, 202/393-0448, E-mail: housresfdn@aol.com. [3817]

  • "Housing America's Future: Children At Risk," by Tracey Kaufman (37 pp., 1996) is available ($25) from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [3818]

  • Tax Credits for Low Income Housing: New Opportunities for Developers, Non-Profits & Communities Under Permanent Tax Ad Provisions, by Joseph Guggenheim (398 pp., 1996) is available ($71, $185 in loose-leaf binder with 3 periodic supplements) from Simon Pubs., P0 Box 229, Glen Echo, MD 20812, 301/320-5771 [3820]

  • The Hidden History of Housing Cooperatives, by Allan Heskin & Jacqueline Leavitt (314 pp., 1995) is available ($38) from the Ctr. for Cooperatives, UC, Davis, CA 95616, 916/752-2408. The Ctr. has a publications list dealing with many forms of coops. [3821]

  • "The Washington State Low Income Homing Tax Credit Program: Does the Program Truly Serve theNeeds of Low Income People & People of Color" (26 pp., 1996) a PRRAC-funded study, is available ($10, summary free) from the Seattle Displacement Coal 4759 15th NE, Seattle, WA 98105 206/523-2569. [3822]

  • "There Goes the Neighborhood? The Impact of Subsidized Multi-Family Housing on Urban Neighborhoods," by Edward Goetz, Hin Kin Lam & Anne Heitlinger (94 pp., 1996) is available (no price listed) from the Ctr. for Urban & Reg. Affairs, 330 HHH Ctr., 301-19th Ave. S., Mpls, MN
    55455, 612/625-1551. [3823]

  • "Who's on First: Comm. Reinvestment & Fair Lending Performance in the Baltimore & Wash. MSA's 1990-1991" (43 pp., 1995) & "Maintaining the Divided City II: Lending Patterns in the Baltimore & Wash., DC Met. Areas From 1985-1991"(133 pp., Feb. 1996), both by Anne Shlay, are available ($15 for the set) from Prof Shlay, Ctr. for Public Policy, Temple Univ., Phila., PA 19122, 215/204-5176, E-mail: Anne@VM.Temple.Edu. [3824]

March/April 1996

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  • "Guidelines for the Evaluation & Control of Lead-Eased Paint Hazards in Housing" is available ($4) from HUD USER, P0 Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20849,800/245-2691, E-mail: huduser@aspensys.com. [3658]

  • "Housing for All: Keeping the Promise" is a 17-page, Nov. 1995 document prepared by a 22-person Working Group convened by the Natl. Housing Law Project and the Legal Services Homelessness Task Force. Included in the Working Group were Cushing Dolbeare & Bob Adams of the Natl. Low Income Housing Coalition, Kim Bobo of The Midwest Academy, Michael Stone of U. Mass-Boston, Moises Lola of the Housing Assistance Council and PRRAC-ists Mary Ellen Hombs, Florence Roisman & Chester Hartman. Copies are $1 each from the Law Project, 2201 Broadway, #815, Oakland, CA 94612, 510/251-9400, E-mail: Handsnet HN0108. There's a 10-copy mm. order at that price; contact them for price of smaller orders. [3659]

  • "Status & Prospects of the Non-profit Housing Sector" is available ($4) from HUD USER, P0 Box 6091. Rockville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691, E-mail: huduser@aspensys.com. [3660]

  • "US Housing Policy at the Crossroads: A Progressive Agenda to Rebuild the Housing Constituency," by Peter Dreier & John Atlas (43 pp., 1996) is available ($3) from the Occidental College Internatl. & Public Affairs Ctr., LA, CA 90041, 213/259-2991. [3661]

January/February 1996

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  • "New Evidence Shows Redlining on the Rise by Nation's Largest Home Insurers: State Farm, Allstate & Nationwide" (Sept. 11, 1995) a press release from the Natl. Fair Housing Alliance, 927 15th St. NW, #600, Washington, DC 20005, 202/371-9744. [3770]

  • "Slicing the Pie: A Report on State & Local Housing Strategies" (47 pp., July 1995) is available from the Low Income Housing Info Service, 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Washington, DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [3771]

  • "Building Inclusive Community: Tools to Create Support for Affordable Housing" (65 pp., + apps., 1995) is available from HomeBase, 870 Market St., #1228, San Francisco, CA 94102, 415/788-7961. [3765]

  • "Housing Mobility: Promise or Illusion," by Alexander Polikoff (133 pp., 1995) is available from Business & Profl. People for Public Interest, 17 E. Monroe, #212, Chicago, IL 60603, 312/641-5570. [3768]

November/December 1995

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  • "$20,000,000 and Counting" is a survey of fair housing lawsuits filed from Jan. 1, 1990 through Dec. 31, 1994. In 320 closed cases, plaintiffs recovered $23,557;405.26. The 72-page, June 1995 report is available ($6) from the Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit, 1249 Washington Blvd., #1312, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [5150]

  • "American Indians & Home Ownership" is a new 18-page report prepared by the Amer. Indian Research & Policy Inst., 749 Simpson St. N., St. Paul, MN 55104, 612/644-1728; no price listed. [5151]

  • "Back to the Future: Housing Assistance Policy for the Next Century" by Sandra Newman & Anne Schnare (42 pp., Sept. 1994), is available from Newman, Inst. for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins, Shriver Hall, Balt., MD 21218. [5152]

  • "Fallacies & Facts About Race & Residence" is available from Don DeMarco, OPEN, 311 S. Juniper St., #400, Phila., PA 19107, 215/735-6915; no price listed. [5153]

  • "Housing of American Indians on Reservations-Structural Characteristics" is a 2-page, April 1995 Census Bureau Statistical Brief, available, free, from Robert Bonnette, 301/763-8553. Other Statistical Briefs: "Home Sweet Home-America's Housing, 1973 to 1993" (2 pp., July 1995), from Jeanne Woodward, 301/763-8553; "Home Equity Lines of Credit:-A Look at the People Who Obtain Them" (2 pp., June 1995), from Howard Savage, 301/763-8552. [5154]

  • "More Than Housing: How Community Development Corps. Go About Changing Lives & Neighborhoods" by Mercer Sullivan, is available ($10) from the Comm. Dev. Research Ctr., New School for Social Research, 66 Fifth Ave., NYC, NY 10011, 212/229-5415. [5155]

  • "Promoting Housing Choice in HUD's Rental Assistance Programs" by John Goering, Abdollah Haghighi, Helene Stebbins & Michael Sieward, is available ($4) from HUD USER. [5173]

  • "Residential Segregation in N. Carolina: A Barrier to African American Opportunity" (April 1995) is available (no price listed) from the NC Inst. of Minority Econ. Dev., PO Box 1307, Durham, NC 27702, 919/682-1894. [5156]

  • "Status & Prospects of the Nonprofit Housing Sector" by HUD's Office of Policy Dev. & Research, is available ($4) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rock-ville, MD 20849, 800/245-2691. [5157]

  • "The 1994 Report on the Low-Income Housing & Comm. Dev. Activities of the Fed. Home Loan Bank System" (51 pp., July 1995) is available (probably free) from Sylvia Martinez, Fed. Housing Fin. Bd., 1777 F St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/408-2500. [5174]

  • "The Future of the Apartment Industry" by Coates & Jarratt, Inc. (195 pp., June 1995), is available ($60) from the Natl. Multi Housing Council, 1850 M St. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20036;202/659-3381. [5175]

  • "The Spatial Bias of Federal Housing Law & Policy: Concentrated Poverty in Urban America" by Michael Schill & Susan Wachter, appeared in the May 1995 Univ. Penn. Law Review. Copies of the 58-page article may be available from Prof. Schill, NYU School of Law, 40 Wash. Sq. S., Rm. 411, NYC, NY 10012-1099,212/998-6696. [5176]

September/October 1995

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  • "A Developer's Guide to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit" by Herbert Stevens & Thomas Tracy (3rd. ed. 500 pp.) is available from the Natl. Council of State Housing Agencies, 444 N. Capitol St. NW, #438, Washington, DC 20001, 202/624-7710. [4669]

  • "Creating Change: A Guide for Local Action on Federal Housing Programs" is available from the Low Income Housing Info Service, 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Washington, DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [4670]

  • "Demographic Characteristics of Public & Indian Housing Residents" is available from the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, 601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, #825, Washington, DC 20004, 202/638-1300. [4671]

  • "HUD-Assisted Renters" is a May 1995 GAO Report (GAO/RCED-95-167R), free from USGAO, PO Box 6015, Gaithersburg, MD 20884, 202/512-0006. [4672]

  • "In Short Supply: The Growing Affordable Housing Gap" by Edward Lazere (38 pp., July 1995), is available from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, 777 N. Capitol St. NE, #705, Washington, DC 20002, 202/408-1080. [4673]

  • Managing the Money Side: Financial Management for Community-Based Housing Organizations (136 pp., 1994) is available from the Inst. for Comm. Economics, 57 School St., Springfield, MA 01105, 413/746-8660. [4674]

  • "Nationsbank & Community Reinvestment: The Denial of Black Loan Applicants in Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas & Washington" by Patrick Bond (17 pp., August 1995), is available from Cynthia Kain, Internatl. Brotherhood of Teamsters, 25 Louisiana Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20001, 202/624-6911. [4675]

  • "Putting the Pieces Together: Controlling Lead Hazards in the Nation's Housing" is the 205 page, July 1995 report of HUD's Lead-Based Hazard Reduction & Financing Task Force, chaired by Cushing Dolbeare. Available through the Natl. Lead Info Ctr., 800/424-LEAD, and HUDUSER, 800/245-2691. [4676]

  • "Rent Regulation in New York City" by Stanley Panesoff & Kevin Ryan (6 pp., May 1995), is available from the Comm. Trng. & Resource Ctr., 47 Ann St., New York City, NY 10038, 212/964-7200. [4677]

  • The Fair Housing Resource Directory (214 pp., 1994) prepared for HUD by National Neighbors, is available from the Fair Housing Inf. Clearinghouse at its new address: PO Box 9146, McLean, VA 22102, 800/343-3442. [4678]

  • "The Location & Racial Composition of Public Housing in the US" by John Goering, Ali Kamely & Todd Richardson (106 pp., Dec. 1994), is available from Dr. Goering, HUD PD&R, 451 7th St. SW, Rm. 8150, Washington, DC 20410. [4679]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing: 1995" by the Harvard Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies (36 pp.), is avialable from the Ctr., 79 J.F. Kennedy St., Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-5494. [4680]

  • "Transforming Sec. 8: Using Fed. Housing Subsidies to Promote Indiv. Housing Choice & Desegregation," by Philip Tegeler, Michael L. Hanley & Judith Liben appeared in the Summer 1995 issue of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, which contained a set of articles on "Economic Justice in America's Cities: Visions & Revisions of a Movement." Reprints may be available from Tegeler, Con.. Civil Liberties Union Fdn., 32 Grant St., Hartford, CT 06106, 203/247-9823, the journal is available from the Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 02138. [4681]

May/June 1995

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  • "Discrimination, Default & Loss in FHA Mortgage Lending" (Nov. 1994) by James, Berkovec, Glenn Canner, Stuart Gabriel & Timothy Hannan, is available from the Federal Reserve Board, 202/452-3334. [4468]

  • "Black and White Property Tax Rates & Other Homeownership Costs in 30 Metropolitan Areas: A Preliminary Report," by Andrew Beveridge & Jeannie D'Amico is available from Prof. Beveridge, Dept. Sociology, Queens College/CUNY, 65-30 Kissena Blvd., Flushing, NY 11367, 718/520-7088. [4467]

  • "Home Repair & Modification: A Survey of City Programs" by George Gaberlavage & Patricia Forsythe (17 pp., March 1995) is available from the AARP Public Policy Inst., 601 E St. NW, Washington, DC 20049. [4469]

  • "In US Cities, Benefits of Immigrants Outweigh Costs, Survey Shows" by Mike Brown, appeared in the July 25, 1994 issue of U.S. Mayor. It reports on a 78-city survey conducted by the US Conf. of Mayors, 1620 Eye St. NW, Washington, DC 20006, 202/293-7330. [4477]

  • Inside from the Outside: Strategies for Increasing Housing Assistance is a video explaining the importance of grassroots advocacy to build a strong political constituency for housing programs. $25 from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., 1012 14th St. NW, #1200, Washington, DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [4470]

  • "Out of Reach: Why Everyday People Can't Find Affordable Housing" is a state-by-state, city-by-city examination of housing affordability, comparing HUD's Fair Market Rents to actual renter median incomes, plus other data. Available from the Low Income Housing Info Service, 1021 14th St. NW, #1200, Washington, DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [4471]

  • Rebuilding Community in America: Housing for Ecological Living, Personal Empowerment & the New Extended Family by Ken Norwood & Kathleen Smith (452 pp., 1995) is available from Shared Living Resource Ctr., 2375 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, CA 94704, 800/475-7572. [4472]

  • RHCDS (FmHa) Housing Programs; Tenants' Rights & Purchasers' Rights (2nd ed.) is now available from the Natl. Housing Law Project, 2201 Broadway #815, Oakland, CA 94612, 510/451-9400. [4473]

  • "Task Force on HUD & the Cities: 1995 & Beyond - Recommendations" (7 pp. + Apps., April 1995) is available from the US Conf. of Mayors, 1620 Eye St. NW, Washington, DC 20006, 202/293-7330. [4476]

  • "The Annual Report of the Federal Housing Finance Board's Community Support Program" is available from Sylvia Martinez, FHFB, 1777 F St. NW, Washington, DC 20006, 202/408-2825. [4474]

  • "The Fannie Mae National Housing Survey 1994" (31 pp.) - headlined "Blacks See Bias as Obstacle to Buying" in the Washington Post story on the report - is available from FNMA, 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016, 202/752-7608. [4475]

March/April 1995

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  • "Confronting the Management Challenge: Affordable Housing in the Nonprofit Sector" by Rachel Bratt, Langley Keyes, Alex Schwartz & Avis Vidal (316 pp., 1994) is a publication of the Comm. Dev. Research Ctr. at the New School for Social Research, 66 Fifth Ave., New York City, NY 10011. [4541]

  • "Fast Cash for Homeowners: A Study of Mortgage Lending by Consumer Finance Companies in the Richmond, VA Metropolitan Area" by Kevin Byers (39 pp., June 1994), is available from the Telamon Cop., 6964 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, VA 23225, 804/330-7006. [4555]

  • "Housing of Lower-Income Households" is a 2 page Sept. 1994 Census Bureau Statistical Brief, available through Timothy Grall, 301/763-8148. [4556]

  • "Massachusetts Residents At Risk: The Impact of the HUD Proposals & Alternative Solutions" is "The Massachusetts Housing Community's Response," 14 pp., Jan. 1995. Available from the Citizens' Housing & Planning Assn., 16 North St., Boston, MA 02109, 617/742-0820. [4557]

  • "Security Issues in Public Housing" is a 40 page annotated bibliography available from the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, 601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW #825, Washington, DC 20004, 202/638-1300. [4558]

  • "Urban Insurance Problems and Solutions: Interim Report" (39 pp., Dec. 1994) and its two Appendices, "A Preliminary Analysis of Urban Insurance Markets," by Robert Klein (46 pp., Oct. 1994) and "A Review of Possible Measures to Address Urban Insurance Problems," by Robert Klein, John Mancini & Eric Nordman (27 pp., Sept. 1994), are available from the Natl. Assn. of Insurance Commissioners, 120 W. 12 St. #1100, Kansas City, MO 64105, 816/374-7259. [4559]

January/February 1995

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  • "Housing Segregation & Local Discretion," by Philip Tegeler an attorney with the Conn. Civil Liberties Foundation, appeared in Vol. III, No. 1(1994) of The Journal of Law & Policy. Reprints may be available from Tegeler, CCLUF, 32 Grand St., Hartford, CT 06106-4607, 203/247-9823. [4322]

  • Residential Apartheid: The American Legacy, by Robert D. Bullard, J. Eugene Grigsby III & Charles Lee (310 pp., 1994) has just been published by the Ctr. for Afro-American Studies, UCLA, 160 Haines Hall, LA, CA 90024-1545. Foreword by John Lewis, preface by Benjamin Chavis, contributions by Joe Feagin, Joe Darden, Nancy Denton, Nestor Rodriguez, Shanna Smith, Gregory Squires and others. [4323]

  • "Resource Guide on Single Room Occupancy Housing (SRO) for Older People," by Victor Regnier & Julie Culver (48 pp., 1994) of the Natl. Eldercare Inst. on Rousing & Supportive Services, is available ($12, payable to the Andrus Gerontology Ctr.) from the Center, USC, 3715 McClintock Ave., LA, CA 90089-0191. [4324]

  • The Federal Housing Trust fund Act of 1994 has been introduced by Rep. Major Owens. This very detailed piece of legislation, to be funded by reform of the homeowner deduction, has been developed by the Natl. Low Income Housing Coalition/Low Income Housing Inf. Service. Inf., copies of bill from them at 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash, DC 20005, 202/662-1530 Endorsements are being sought. [4325]

  • "Towards an International Convention on Housing Rights: Options at Habitat II," by Scott Leckie (112 pp., 1994) is Issues Paper #4, $18 from The Amer. Soc. of Internatl. Law, 2223 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20008, 202/939-6000. [4326]

  • "Two GAO Reports on Low-Income Housing" "Resolution Trust Corp. Affordable Housing Disposition Program Achieving Mixed Results" (GAO/ GGD-94-202, Sept. 1994) and "Expanding HUD's Options for Dealing with Physically Distressed Properties" (GAO/ T-RCED-95-38, Oct. 1994). Both are available free from USGAO, P0 Box 6015, Gaithersburg, MD 20884-6015. [4327]

  • "Your Fair Housing Rights" is a series of pamphlets (Advertising, Mortgage Application, HIV/AIDS, Religion/Sex, Real Estate, Handicap, Disabled, Race/Color/Nationality, Familial Status) put out by Long Island Housing Services, 1747 Veterans Memorial Hwy. #42A, Islandia, NY 11722, 516/582-2727. No price listed. [4328]

November/December 1994

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  • "American Homelessness," by Mary Ellen Hombs (2nd edition, 272 pp.), is now out, $35.55 + 7% s/h (s/h free with prepaid orders) from ABC/CLIO, 130 Cremona Dr., PO Box 1911, Santa Barbara, CA 93116-1911, 800/368-6868. [6686]

  • "Forced Evictions: Violations of Human Rights No. 6" is the 6th compilation of cases of past and pending forced eviction throughout the world, prepared by the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions of the Habitat International Coalition. The 5&page, Aug. 1994 document is available ($10) from COHRE, Havikstraat 38 his, 3514 TR Utrecht, Netherlands, phone: 31-30-73 19 76. [6687]

  • Interviews with HUD Assistant Secretaries PRRAC Exec. Dir. Chester Hartman, wearing his hat as an Associate Editor of Shelterforce magazine, has carried out lengthy interviews with Asst. Secx. Michael Stegman (PDR), Andrew Cuomo (CPD), Nicholas Retsinas (Housing, FHA), and Joseph Shuldiner (Public & Indian Housing), with Roberta Achtenberg (FHEO) next on the list. Contact Shelterforce, 439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050, 201/678-3110, for the recent back issues containing the already published interviews. [6688]

  • "The 1993 Report on the Low-income Housing & Community Development Activities of the Federal Home Loan Bank System" (56 pp.) is available (likely free) from the Federal Housing Financing Bd., 1777 F St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/408-2500. [6689]

  • "The Massachuetts Experience with Targeted Tenant-Based Rental Assistance for the Homeless: Lessors on Housing Policy for Socially Disfavored Groups," by Barbara Sard is a 3-part, 79-page article, appearing in the Georgetown Journal on Fighting Poverty. Contact Sard at Gtr. Boston Legal Services, 68 Essex St., Boston, MA 02111, 617/357-5757 x3997 for reprints. [6690]

  • The Suburban Racial Dilemma: Housing and Neighborhoods, by W. Dennis Keating (274 pp., 1994), is available ($22.95) from Temple Univ. Press, Broad & Oxford Sts., Phila., PA 19122, 215/204-8787. [6691]

September/October 1994

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  • "Philanthropy & The Housing Crisis: Charity or Justice?" by Peter Dreier (40 pp., June 1994), is available (probably free) from Prof Dreier, Occidental College internatl. & Public Affairs Ctr., LA, CA 90041, 213/259-2913. [5158]

  • Tenant's 'Rights to Utility Service is a new 208-page manual from The Natl. Consumer Law Ctr., 18 Tremont St. #400, Boston, MA 02108; 617/523-8010. $60. [5159]

  • "The State of the Nation's Housing: 1994" (32 pp.) is available (no price listed) from Harvard's Jt. Ctr. for Housing Studies, Cambridge, MA 02138, 617/495-7908. [5160]

  • We're Power Together is a new 23-min. video, from the Comm. for Boston Public Housing, showing the many positive aspects of public housing communities. $15 ($10 for low-income ors./indivs.) from CBPH, 100 Terrace St., Suite B, Roxbury, MA 02120, 617/427-3556. [5161]

  • "Worst Case Needs for Housing Assistance in the US in 1990 and 1991" (44 pp., June 1994) is a Report to Congress from HUD's Office of Policy Dev. & Research. Probably available from them free: Wash., DC 20410 [5162]

July/August 1994

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  • "A Chronology of Housing Legislation & Selected Executive Actions, ,1892-1992" (Des. 1993) is available ($12) from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Wash., DC 20402, 202/783-3238. [5408]

  • "A Summary of Revenue Sources Committed to Existing Housing Trust Funds" (32 pp., March 1994) is available from the Housing Trust Fund Proj., 570 Shepard St., San Pedro, CA 90731, 310/8334249. Free to community nonprofits, $6 others. [5409]

  • "At a Snail's Pace FY 1995: A Source Book on the FY95 [Housing] Budget & How It Compares to Prior Years" by Cushing Dolbeare, is available ($20) from the Low Inc. Hsng. Inf. Service, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005,202/662-1530. [5410]

  • "Case Studies in Affordable Multifamily Rental Housing" (106 pp.) details the financing, sponsors, development process, strategies and lessons learned from 20 projects. "DEALS FROM HELL: How Creative Nonprofits Pull Off Affordable Multifamily Housing with ONLY 11 Funders" is a special issue of the Community Inf. Exchange's Strategy Alert. Both publications are available ($15 and $9, respectively) from the Exchange, 1029 Vermont Ave. NW #710, Wash., DC 20005, 202/628-2981. [5414]

  • CHIME (Clearinghouse for Immigrant Education) is a project of the Natl. Coal. of Advocates for Students, 100 Boylston St. #737, Boston, MA 02116,800/441-7192. CHIME is "an interactive clearinghouse & networking service that facilitates access to educational materials, organizations and individuals concerned with the effective education of immigrant students." [5424]

  • Christmas in April is "a nationwide home repair/ rehab initiative dedicated to keeping low-income, elderly & disabled homeowners living in dignity, decency, safety, warmth & independence through volunteer services. A National Rebuilding Day is an annual event, the last Saturday in April. Some 4000 homes & nonprofit facilities were rehabbed this year, with over 120,000 volunteers. There are now 118 local programs. Contact the national office at 1225 Eye St. NW #601, Wash., DC 20005,202/326-8268. [5423]

  • Credit & Housing Discrimination Ellen Pader of U. Mass. is trying to locate research correlating use/lack of use of traditional forms of credit with race, ethnicity, gender, income and/or public assistance (not with bad credit history). She's particularly interested in use of credit cards, and other forms of credit that appear in repositories such as TRW. The data will be used for housing discrimination cases in Mass. Contact her at Dept. Regional Planning, Hills N., U. Mass, Amherst, MA 01003,413/545-6620. [5412]

  • Fair Housing Summit Materials from the Administration's Jan. 19-22 gathering are available from the Fair Housing Inf. Ctr., PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/343-3442. Materials include the summit's 4 daily newsletters ($1), the HUD quilt (free on loan), a video of Summit highlights ($15), the final report ($14), participants list ($7), and an about-to-be initiated on-line Civil Rights Enforcement Network. Audio tapes of the speeches by Roberta Achtenberg, Benjamin Chavis and Janet Reno are available (no price listed) from Audio Transcripts Ltd., 335 S. Patrick St. #220, Alexandria, VA 22314, 703/549-7334. The slide show shown on opening day ("I Still Have a Dream') is available (no price listed) from HOPE Fair Housing Ctr., 154 Main St., Lombard, IL 60148, 708/495-4846. [5413]

  • How to Save & Improve Public Housing is a new 88-page Action Guide, available (free to public housing resident councils, $10 nonprofits, $20 others-+ $2 shipping for all orders) from the Ctr. for Comm. Change, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0567. [5415]

  • National Analysis of Housing Affordability, Adequacy & Availability: A Framework for Local House Strategies (222 pp.) is available ($4) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/ 245-2691. [5416]

  • "Preventing Evictions & Stabilizing Housing for Low Income Families: Results fro Advocacy & Improved Access to Government Benefits" (28 pp., March 1994) is available ($5) from Liz Krueger, Comm. Food Resource Ctr., 90 Washington St., NYC, NY 10006, 212/344-0195. They also have prepared a short document on guidelines for planned expansion of eviction prevention screening teams. [5417]

  • "Steps to Home Ownership" is an 89-page, March 1994 attitudinal study of private renters in Cleveland, available (free) from the Natl. Cong. for Comm. Econ. Dev., 1875 Conn. Ave. NW #524, Wash., DC 20009, 202/234-5009. [5421]

  • The Housing Justice Campaign of the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal./ Low Income Hsng. Inf. Service is seeking organizational endorsements. Contact Larry Yates at the Coalition (see above item). Central to the Campaign is creation of a Federal Housing Trust Fund, by shifting some $25 billion annually from upper-income homeowners (via revision of the homeowner tax deduction) to direct subsidies for low-income housing programs. [5411]

  • "The Jessie Gray Housing Act" (H.R. 1380), introduced Rep. John Conyers (with 16 co-sponsors), calls for construction of 500,000 units and revitalization of 100,000 units of public housing annually for 10 years, as well as providing employment for public housing g residents via the program. Inf. from the National Tenants Org., PO Box 2818, Ft. Pierce, FL-34954-2818. [5418]

  • The Network Builder is the bimonthly newsletter of the Chicago Rehab Network, 53 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 60604,312/663-3936. [5419]

  • "What You Can Do About Lead Poisoning" is the May 1994 issue of Housing Matters, published by the Mass. Law Reform Inst., 69 Canal St., Boston, MA 0211 617/742-9250. The quarterly free to tenants in public & subsidized housing, $15 indivs. ($6 low-inc.), $22 nonprofits, $32 other. [5420]

May/June 1994

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  • "A Framework for Action To Make Private Housing Lead-Safe" (47 pp., June 1993) is available (free) from the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, 227 Mass. Ave. NE #200, Wash., DC 20002, 202/543-1147. [5469]

  • Affordable Housing and Public Policy: Strategies for Metropolitan Chicago ed. Lawrence Joseph (371 pp., 1993), is available ($17.95) from Univ. of Illinois Press, PO Box 4856, Hampden PO, Baltimore, MD 21211, 800/545-4703. [5472]

  • "Progress in Elderly Housing: Who's Left Behind?" by George Gaberlavage & Katie Smith Sloan (37 pp., 1993), is available (no price listed) from AARP, 601 E St. NW, Wash., DC 20049,202/ 434-2277. [5470]

  • The Chicago Affordable Housing Fact Book: Visions for Change (146 pp. + app., 1993, 3rd ed.) is available (no price listed) from the Chicago Rehab Network, 53 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604, 312/ 663-3936. They also have available a 19-min. videotape of their Affordable Housing & Comm. Jobs Campaign. [5471]

January/February 1994

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  • "A Different American Dream"" is a recent study of housing problems in San Antonio (ex-Cisnerosland). Available (no price listed) from Partnership for Hope, 3737 Broadway #100, San Antonio, TX 78209, 210/826-HOPE. [4998]

  • "At a Snail's Pace FY 1994 A Source Book on the FY 1994 Budget and How it Compares to Prior Years" is statistical analysis of the Clinton housing budget, prepared by Cushing Dolbeare. $20 from LIHIS 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202 662-1530. [5004]

  • Directory of State/National Homeless/Housing Coalitions (2nd ed., July 1993) is available ($3) from the Natl. Coal. for the Homeless, 1612 K St. NW #1004, Wash., DC 20006, 202/ 775-1322. [5002]

  • "Economic Benefits of Housing Trust Funds" is a 20-page, Aug. 1993 report from the Housing Trust Fund Project, 570 Shepard St., San Pedro, CA 90731, 310/833-4249. Free to community-based nonprofits, $5 to others. [5006]

  • "Fannie Mae Colloquium Series" FNMA's Office of Housing Research has announced the three winners of its Spring 1994 awards: Bard College will sponsor "Urban Housing: Neighborhood Decline & Revitalization," featuring 6 panel presentations with such speakers as John Wiecher, William Grigsby, Maxine Waters, William Julius Wilson and Rachel Bratt. (Contact: George McCarthy, Dept. Econ., Bard). The Univ. of Fla. will sponsor "Demographics, Technology & The Future of Housing: Preparing for the 21st Century," featuring such speakers as Dowell Myers, Michael Stegman, Carol Meeks and Robert Einsweiler. (Contact: Marc Smith, Shimberg Ctr. for Affordable Housing, U. Fla.) Florida A&M will sponsor "Minority-Gerontology Issues for US Housing in the Next Century," featuring such speakers as Samuel Simmons, William Cheng and Katie Johnson. (Contact; Patricia Walker, Div. of Contin. Educ., Fla. A&M.) [5008]

  • "HMDA Data and Mortgage Market Discrimination Research"" is the 59-page proceedings publication of a Dec. 9, 1992 research roundtable sponsored by FNMA's Office of Housing Research. Preface by James A. Johnson; panelists included James Carr, Constance Durham, Allen Fishbein, George Galster, John Goering, Richard Hula, Isaac Megbolugbe, William Peterman, and Anne Shlay. Available (likely free) from FNMA Office of Housing Research, 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016,202/ 752-6598. [4999]

  • Housing Research News is a brand new newsletter (vol. 1, #1 was Oct. 1993) from the Fannie Mae Office of Housing Research 900 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016,202/ 752-6598 [5000]

  • "Poor Families and Poor Housing: The Search for Decent Housing in Virginia's Private, Unassisted Market" by C. Theodore Koebel & Mary Ellen Rives (25 pp., June 1993), reports on a survey of the housing conditions of families receiving AFDC who live in private, unassisted dwellings. PRRAC provided partial funding for the report. Available (free) from Karl Bren, VA Housing Dev. Auth., 601 S. Belvedere St., Richmond, VA 23220, 804/ 782-1986. [5001]

  • The Affordable City. Toward a Third Sector Housing Policy ed. John Davis (296 pp., 1993), is available ($44.95) from Temple U. Press, Phila., PA 19122, 215/204-8787. Chapters cover housing trust funds, ca studies of Burlington, San Diego, Boston and NJ, Canada's housing policy, community-based housing, subsidy recapture, etc. [5005]

  • The Housing Justice Campaign has been organized by the Natl. Low Income Housing Coalition/ Low Income Housing Inf. Service "to increase public awareness of the housing crisis and to encourage the type of broad-based citizen involvement that prompts social action. The Campaign calls on our national leaders to develop a comprehensive housing assistance program for all very low income Americans with housing needs." Endorsement are sought; further inf. from Larry Yates at NCLIH/ LIHIS, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202 662-1530. [5003]

  • Unraveling the Myth: Coop Conversion from 1987-1990 by Jocelyn Chat (131 pp., Oct. 1993), a NYC study is available (no price listed) from the Comm. Trng. & Resource Ctr., 47 Ann St., 6 flr., NYC, NY 10038, 212/96 7200. [5007]

November/December 1993

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  • "Building the Future: A Blueprint for Change-By Our Homes You Will Know Us" is a report by the Natl. Commn. on American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian Housing, demonstrating how federal housing policy has failed Native Americans. Available (no price listed) from the Commn., 1111 18th St., NW #825, Wash., DC 20036, 202/275-0045. [5963]

  • Shelter Poverty: New Ideas on Housing Affordability is a new book by Univ. of Mass. Boston professor Michael Stone. The book challenges conventional notions of housing affordability, its nature, causes and consequences, and offers detailed proposals for solving the problem (which, as Stone defines it, afflicts one-third of the nation's households). 352 pp., $22.45 from Temple U. Press, Broad & Oxford Sts., Phila., PA 19122, 800/447-1656. [5961]

  • "The Mutual Housing Resident Training and Organizing Guide," by Diane Gordon is available ($20) from Gloria Winford, Neighb. Reinvestment Corp., 1325 G St. NW #800, Wash., DC 20005. [5964]

  • The State of Our Nation's Housing a May 20, 1993 hearing before the House Subcomm. on Housing &
    Comm. Dev., is now available No. 103-39) from the US Gov't. Printing Office, Supt. of Documents, Congressional Sales Office, Wash., DC 20402; no price listed. (Often you can get these hearing reports/transcripts free through your Congressional Representative) [5962]

September/October 1993

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  • "A Guide to Housing & Comm. Dev. Programs for Small Towns and Rural Areas" is available ($7) from the Housing Assistance Council, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW #606, Wash., DC 20005, 202/842-8600. [6007]

  • Forced Evictions & Human Rights: A Manual for Action (58pp., June 1993) and "Forced Evictions: Violations of Human Rights" (12 pp., June 1993) are available (no prices listed) from the Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, Havikstraat 38 bis, 3514 TR Utrecht, Netherlands, 31-30 73 19 76. Both publications focus on the international scene rather than the US. [6033]

  • Housing Characteristics of Selected Races and Hispanic Origin Households in the US: 1987 by Jeanne Woodward and Lily Wong (an 82-page chartbook, Aug. 1990), is available (likely free) from Daniel Weinberg, Chief, Hsng. & Household Econ. Stats. Div., US Bureau of the Census, Wash., DC 20233-0001. [6030]

  • "Housing in the Balance: Seeking a Comprehensive Policy for City-Owned Housing" (96 pp., May 1993), by Ann Henderson, Susan Saegert, Luis Sierra and Brian Sullivan of the Task Force on City Owned Property, is available (no price listed) from the Consumer-Farmer Foundation, 121 Sixth Ave. #501, NYC, NY 10013,212/431-9700. [6031]

  • "State Property Tax Relief Programs for Homeowners and Renters" by Scott Mackey, is Legislative Finance Paper #81 (21 pp., Feb. 1992, $18) from the Natl. Conf. of St. Legislatures, 1560 Broadway #700, Denver, CO 80202, 303/830-2200. [6008]

July/August 1993

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  • Fame Mae Colloquium Series The Fall 1993 awardees are the Humphrey Inst. at the Univ. of Minnesota for a two-day symposium on "Race, Poverty & Housing Policy" (contact: Dr. Samuel Myers, Jr.); the Univ. of Michigan for a lecture series on "lowincome Tenants and Rental Housing Policy" (contact: Dr. Barry Checkoway); and Iowa St. U. for a lecture series on Housing & Support Services for the Elderly in Rural and Small Town America" (contact: Dr. Patricia Burgess). [5888]

  • "Housing Court, Evictions and Homelessness: The Costs and Benefits of Establishing a Right to Counsel" is the 36-page, June 1993, PRRAC- funded study, available (no price listed) from the citywide Task Force on Housing Courts, 666 Broadway #410, NYC, NY 10012, 212/982-5512. [5889]

  • "State of Our Nation's Housing" was a May 20 hearing by Rep. Henry onzalez' Subcomm. on housing and Comm. Dev. The transcript and report will be available in a few months from the Subcomm., B303 Rayburn House Office Bldg., Wash., DC 20515-0052, 202/225-7054. A SASE will get you a copy of PRRAC Exec. Dir. Chester Hartman's testimony. [5886]

  • "The Fair Housing Information Clearinghouse" (PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/343-3442) will make available a list of its publications. [5887]

  • Voting Rights for the Homeless: On March 24, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) and 16 co-sponsors introduced HR 1457 a bill to guarantee homeless people the right to vote. The Community for Creative nonviolence is seeking organizational and individual endorsements, lobbying support, and assistance in efforts to survey state policies and practices. Contact Carol Fennelly at CCNV, 425 Second St. NW, Wash., DC 20001, 202/393-1909. [5885]

May/June 1993

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  • "Aging in Place: The Demographics and Service Needs of Elders in Public Housing" by William Hofshouser, Jr., presents findings from a survey of 133 large public housing authorities. $34 from Citizens Housing & Planning Assn., 16 North St., 3rd fir., Boston, MA 02109, 617/742-0820. [5801]

  • "Case Studies of California Eviction" by Richard LeGates and Timothy Boyd (7 pp., Feb. 1992), and "An Analysis of Administrative and Judicial Costs of Pre-Trial Rent Deposits in California," by LeGates and Alex Greenwood (19 pp., Feb. 1992), are available (free, but send a self-addressed large mailing envelope with 75¢ for the shorter piece alone, 98¢ for the longer piece alone, $1.33 for both) from LeGates, Urban Studies, SF St. Univ., SF, CA 94132. [5804]

  • "Housing on the Block: Disinvestment and Abandonment Risks in NYC Neighborhoods" by Victor Bach and Sherece West (134 pp., 1993), is available (no price listed) from Bach at the Comm. Service Soc. of NY, 105 E. 22 St., NYC, NY 10010, 212/614-5492. It describes the growing threat to tenants and housing in the city's low-income African American and Latino communities and offers recommendations for public and private action. [5802]

  • "Housing Receivership - A New Tool for Code Enforcement" is available ($3) from Shelterforce, 439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050, 201/678-3110. [5880]

  • Organizing for our Lives: New Voices from Rural Communities by Richard Steven Street, interviews by Samuel Orozco, Foreword by Cesar Chavez, is a just-published book from Calif. Rural Legal Assistance and NewSage Press. 120 pp. of text and superb photos, telling six stories of struggle and empowerment in rural California: East Indian and Mexican parents cooperating to improve their children's education; farmer-workers and farmers forming a coalition to fight a toxic waste incinerator; a Mexican women's group focused on the concerns of campesinas and their families; Asian refugees establishing a new life in California through their art and farming skills; farm-workers struggling to rise above the poverty of shanty towns in the canyons of San Diego County. $24.95 from CRLA, 2111 Mission Street, #401, San Francisco, CA 94110, 415/864-3405. [5881]

  • "Profiles of Community Land Trusts" (59 pp., Jan. 1993, $5) and "Designing Resale Formulas for Homeownership Programs Using HOME Funds or Other Subsidies to Achieve Affordability" (27 pp., Nov. 1992, $15) are available from the Inst. for Comm. Economics, 57 School St., Springfield, MA 01105-1331, 413/746-8660. [5879]

  • "Rural Enterprise Zones in Theory and Practice: An Assessment of Their Development Potential" by Richard Reeder (52 pp., March 1993), is available from the author, Econ. Research Service, US Dept. Agriculture, 1301 NY Ave. NW #324, Washington, DC 20005, 202/219-0542. [5882]

  • "Tenants' Rights and How to Protect Them" written and edited by tenant organizers and housing advocates, has been published by the NYC Commn. on Human Rights. While specific to NYC, it could be a model for similar publications elsewhere. $4.33 by mail from Citybooks, Rm. 2223 Munic. Bldg., 1 Centre St, NYC, NY 10007, 212/669-8245. [5877]

  • "The Location of Worst Case Needs in the Late 1980s: A Report to Congress" (60 pp., Dec. 1992), giving data on housing problems among low-income renters in 44 large metropolitan areas, and offering strategies to deal with these problems, is available ($4) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850,800/245-2691. [5800]

  • "We Are the Landlords Now: A Report on Community-Based Housing Management" by Douglas Turetsky (94 pp., 1993), is a working paper (no price given), available from the Comm. Service Soc. of NY, 105 E. 22 St., NYC, NY 10010, 212/614-5492. [5803]

  • "Working for a Right to Housing in the U.S." is a 10-page memo (4/13/93) by Mary Ellen Hombs of the Legal Services Homelessness Task Force of the Natl. Housing Law Project, 122 C St. NW #680, Wash., DC 20001-2109, 202/783-5140. [5878]

March 1993

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  • "Developing Community Housing Needs Assessments and Strategies: A Self-Help Guidebook for Nonmetropolitan Communities" by B.J. White, M. Jensen and C. Cook (77 pp., 1992), is available ($10, payable to URI Foundation), from M. Jensen, Univ. RI Grad. Curriculum in Comm. Planning, 204 Rodman Hall, Kingston, RI 02881, 401/792-2248. [5730]

  • "Progress in Elderly Housing" profiling the housing circumstances of old people in the 1980s, is avail (no price listed) from Jennifer Leslie, AARP Consumer A fairs, 601 E St. NW, Wash. DC 20049. [5731]

  • "Residential Evictions in the City of Los Angeles: Ethnicity and Gender" by Allan David Heskin and Kevin Davidson (26 pp., Jan. 1993), is available from Heskin at the UCLA Grad. School of Arch. & Urban Planning, LA, CA 90024. [5729]

  • "The 1991 Report of Affordable Housing Initiatives" (25 pp., free) is available from the Fed. Home Loan Bank Seattle, 1501 Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA 98101-1693, 206/340-2300. [5732]

January 1993

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  • "Characteristics of HUD-Assisted Renters and Their Units in 1999" (253 pp., March 1992) is available (likely free) from Connie Casey, PDR, HUD-8208, Wash., DC 20410 [5512]

  • "Crisis and Change in Low Income Housing" is a 10-page Special Report, in the Oct. 1992 issue of City Limits, on the results and problems of NYC's programs to transfer ownership and management c city-owned buildings to community groups. Well send a copy with a SASE. And think of subscribing to this good 10 issues/year magazine ($20)-40 Prince St., NYC, NY 10012. [5513]

  • "Tax Credits for Low Income Housing: Opportunities for Developers, Nonprofits and Communities Under the 1986 and Subsequent Tax Acts" is the new 7th edition of Joe Guggenheim's valuable guidebook. 358 pp., $163.50 from Simon Pubs., Box 229, Glen Echo, MD 20812,301/320-5771. [5516]

  • "The Silent Scandal: Management Abuses in Public Housing" is a special issue (vol. 1, no. 3, 1991) of Agenda, the magazine of Robert Woodson?s Natl. Ctr. for Neighborhood Enterprise (no price listed). NE is at 1367 Conn. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036, 202/331-1103. [5514]

November 1992

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  • "A Decent Place to Live Revisited: The State of Housing in America," by Carol Steinbach 28 pp., August 1992), is available (probably free) from The Enterprise Foundation, 500 American City Bldg., Columbia, MD 21044, 410/964-1230. [6592]

  • Abating Lead Hazards Through Rent Deposits The Cleveland Housing Court is looking for ways to use rent depositing as a civil measure to respond to landlords who will not cooperate in removal of lead hazards. They seek information on what other housing courts are doing to deal with lead hazards via civil measures. Contact Randy Cunning-ham, Housing Court Specialist, 1200 Ontario SL, Cleveland, OH 44113, 216/664-4906. [6600]

  • "Affordable Housing: The Vermont Model: Perpetual Af-fordability Through Non-Profit Organizations," by Natasha Harmon (67 pp. + Apps., 1992), is available ($8) from the Ctr. for Rural Mass., Univ. Mass., Amherst, MA 01003. [6603]

  • "CHAS: The Final Rule" is the 14-page, Sept. 1992 Special Memorandum summarizing the requirements jurisdictions must fulfill under HUD's new Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy. Available from the Low Income Housing Information Service, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202-662-1530. [6604]

  • Discrimination in the Housing and Mortgage Markets is the set of papers presented at Fannie Mae's 1992 Annual Housing Conf. They're reprinted in Vol. 3, Issue 2 of Housing Policy Debate. The 745-page issue is available free (as is a sub to the journal) from the Office of Housing Policy Research, FNMA, 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 200016-2899. [6606]

  • Housing Discrimination: Law and Litigation by Robert Schwemm, and Housing Discrimination Practice Manual, by John Relman, ($95 each, $152 for the two) are available from Clark Boardman Callaghan, 155 Pfingsten Rd., Deerfield, IL 60015-4998, 800/221-9428. [6602]

  • Housing Hotline is the newsletter of the No. Carolina Low-Income Housing Coalition. Available from the Coalition, PO Box 27863, Raleigh, NC 27611-7683, 919/833-6201. [6589]

  • "Politicians for Rent: How Congress Voted on Affordable Housing and Who Bankrolled Their Campaigns," by Patrick Morrissy & Justin Peyser is available ($5) from the Natl. Housing Inst., 439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050, 201/678-3110. [6595]

  • "Prospects and Impact of Losing State and Local Agencies from the Federal Fair Housing System" (88 pp., Sept. 1992) is available (likely free) from the US Commn. on Civil Rights, Wash., DC 20425, 202/376-8588 (Frederick Isler). [6597]

  • "Public Housing: Open Your Eyes, Open Your Mind" is a free guide to public housing, available from the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, 122 C St. NW, Wash., DC 20001, 202-638-1300. [6601]

  • Rebuilding Our Communities is a new 280-page manual describing 25 ways that churches can meet the housing needs in their communities. $15.50 from World Vision, US Ministries Dept. 812, 919 W. Huntington Dr., Monrovia, CA 91016. [6599]

  • Shelter is the newsletter of the Natl. Affordable Housing Trust (no price listed): 2335 N. Bank Dr., Columbus, OH 43220, 614/451-9929. [6598]

  • Supportive Housing Options the newsletter of the new Natl. Eldercare Inst. on Housing and Supportive Services, which also has available various publications and cassettes. Contact Jon Pynoos at the Inst., Andrus Gerontology Ctr., USC, LA, CA 90089-0191, 213/740-1364. [6590]

  • The Committee for Boston Public Housing had its origins (1981) in the court receivership that ran the Boston Housing Authority for many years. It is a collaborative effort involving housing authority officials, tenants (who now comprise a majority of its Board) and local community organizations. For a review of its first ten years and description oits programs, contact the Comm. at 100 Terrace SL, Suite B, Roxbury, MA 02120, 617/427-3556. [6591]

  • The Enterprise Foundation's Publications Catalogue is available from them at 500 Amer. City Bldg., Columbia, MD 21044, 301/964-1230. [6596]

  • The Fair Housing Information Clearinghouse was established by HUD to further HUD's mission under the Fair Housing Act. They maintain a materials collection, a data base on discrimination case decisions, and publish various handbooks. FHIC, PO Box 6091, Rockville MD 20850, 800/343-3442. [6594]

  • "The Local CHAS [Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategies]" A Preliminary Assessment of First-Year Submis-sions" is available ($4) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/245-2691. [6605]

  • The National Center for Lead-Safe Housing has just been established by The Enterprise Foundation and the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, with a $5.5 million grant from the Fannie Mae Foundation. Enterprise Foundation vice-chair Paul Brophy will be president of the Center. Information from Melinda Patrician of the Alliance, 703/824-1765. [6593]

September 1992

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  • American Housing Survey Data Chart A quite readable 36" x 24" wall chart, showing data from the 1989 Amer. Housing Survey, is available ($2) from HUD USER, Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/245-2691. [6489]

  • "Cashing Out: A Report on Home Mortgage Lending to Minorities and Low- and Moderate-Income Neighborhoods in Las Vegas" by the Las Vegas Alliance for Fair Banking (34 pp., June 1992), is available (likely free) from Theresa McGuire at the Alliance, c/o Culinary Workers Union Local 226, 1630 S. Commerce St., Las Vegas, NV 89102. [6488]

  • Fair Housing News is the newsletter of the Fair Housing Ctr. of Met. Detroit, 1249 Washington Blvd., #1340, Detroit, MI 48226, 313/963-1274. [6484]

  • "From the Neighborhoods to the Capital Markets" is the 98-page, June 1992 Report of the National Task Force on Financing Affordable Housing; probably free, from Task Force Report, c/o J. Charles Bruse, Allstate Insurance Co., 633 Penna. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20004. [6487]

  • Home Ownership for Low-Income Buyers: The Community Information Exchange (1029 Vermont Ave. NW #710, Wast. DC 20005, 202/628-2981) has just published two research studWork for Low- and Moderate-Income First-Time Buyers" (20 pp., $7) and "Case Studies in Sucssful Home Ownership for Low- and Moderate-Income First-Time Buyers" (85 pp., $15). [6485]

  • "Racial Differences in Mortgage Lending" is an article in the July 19, 1992 NY Times, using
    1990 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data for the NY region. The article is based on a computer analysis of the data done by the Times reporter (Thomas Lueck). Send us a SASE for a copy of the article. [6491]

  • "Self Help" is the bilingual (Spanish/English) newsletter of the Urban Homestead Assistance Board, 40 Prince St., NYC, NY 10012-3499, 212/226-4119; no price listed. [6486]

  • "The HOME Program: A Brief Guide for Community Organizations," by Ed Gramlich (15 pp., 1992), is available (free to community-based orgs. working in low-income communities, $3 to other nonprofits, $10 to others) from the Ctr. for Comm. Change, 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20007, 202/342-0519. [6490]

  • "Uncertain Futures: Occupied City-Owned Housing in East Harlem," by Luis F. Sierra is a new 70-page Working Paper, available (no price listed) from the Community Service Society of NY, 105 E. 22 St., NYC, NY 10010, 212/254-8900. CSS also has available a publications catalogue of papers dealing with education, employment/economic development, health, poverty, race/politics, and government. [6493]

July 1992

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  • A National Alliance of HUD Tenants has recently been formed, with representatives/directors from various HUD regions. For more information on NAHT, contact the president, Jim McNeil, PO Box 525, Boston, MA 02218. [6369]

  • "Building Power with CRA" is an article describing the successful organizing effort by Hartford Areas Rally Together to establish a low-interest loan fund for first-time home buyers. Available (likely free) from HART, 660 Park St., Hartford, CT 06106, 203/525-3449. [6377]

  • "Cashing Out: A Report on Home Mortgage Lending to Minorities and Low-and Moderate-Income Neighborhoods in Las Vegas" (32 pp., June 1992) is available (likely free) from the Las Vegas Alliance for Fair Banking, c/o Culinary Workers Union Local 226, Attn: Theresa McGuire, 1630 S. Commerce St., Las Vegas, NV 89102. [6378]

  • "Desperately Needed Now: An SRO Housing Revolution," by William Thabit is a case-study of the SRO situation in NYC. $5 from the Assn. for Neighborhood & Housing Dev., 236 W. 27 St., 2nd fir., NYC, NY 10001. [6382]

  • Give Residents Proper Consideration is a new 28-page packet of materials on HUD's new servicing program for multi-family housing, plus organizing tools and resource lists. $5 from Low Income Housing Inf. Service, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [6368]

  • "Housing Discrimination Studies" HUD's recent national audit of housing discrimination, plus six sub-studies (Incidence and Severity of Unfavorable Treatment; Analyzing Racial and Ethnic Steering; Mapping Patterns of Steering for Five Metropolitan Areas [Chicago, LA, NY, Atlanta, San Antonio]; Replication of 1977 Measures Using Current Data; Incidence of Discrimination and Variations in Discriminatory Behavior; Methodology and Data Documentation) are available ($4 each) from HUD USER, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/245-2691. [6374]

  • "Housing Trust Funds: The Housing Trust Project" (Mary Brooks, 570 Shepard St., San Pedro, CA 90731, 310/833-4249) is an information clearinghouse on housing trust funds. Recent issues of their monthly newsletter Current Trends summarize revenue sources committed by 29 city, 8 county, and 21 state trust funds; and report on "How Coalitions Do It: Winning a Housing Trust Fund." [6375]

  • "HUD Fair Housing Initiatives Program" HUD has issued a Notice of Funding Availability for its $6.9 million Fair Housing Initiatives Program, designed to provide assistance to state and local agencies, public and non-profit organizations, and others formulating or carrying out programs to prevent or eliminate discriminatory housing practices. Applications from the Fair Hsng. Inf. Clearinghouse, PO Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/343-3442. [6383]

  • "HUD's 1990 Annual Civil Rights Report to Congress" is available (likely free) from their Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity Div., HUD, Wash., DC 20410. [6376]

  • "Mt. Laurel Scorecard," by Ellen Lovejoy is a 5-page up-date/evaluation of the results of the landmark NJ Supreme Court decision, from the May 1992 Planning. Send us a SASE for a copy. [6372]

  • "Save Your Home" is anew 34-page booklet designed to help inform tenants of HUD Sec. 221 (d)(3) and Sec. 236 housing whose homes are covered by the new federal preservation programs about their options under these programs. Cost is 50¢ per booklet, but minimum order is 20 cc. and must be prepaid: Publications Clerk, Natl. Housing Law Project, 1950 Addison St. #200, Berkeley, CA 94704, 510/548-9400. [6370]

  • Tenants & Neighbors is the newsletter of the NY State Tenants & Neighborhood Coalition, 198 Broadway, NYC, NY 10038-2515, 212/964-7260. [6371]

  • "The Affordable Housing Handbook" is a 42-page guide-book on producing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households in California. $5 from the Calif. Coalition for Rural Housing, 926 J St. #422, Sacramento, CA 95814, 916/443-7515. [6381]

  • The Family Unification Program: The 1990 Natl. Affordable Housing Act established a program to help prevent unnecessary separation of children from their families, by providing Sec. 8 rental assistance. $50 million has been appropriated for FY 1992 as a demonstration program, to provide over 1300 Sec. 8 certificates in 11 states: CA, FL, MD, MA, MI, MO, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TX. HUD is about to issue a Notice of Funding Availability, which triggers the application process. Further inf. from Lisa Mihaly, Children's Defense Fund, 25 E St. NW, Wash., DC 20001, 202/628-8787; Liz Meitner, Child Welf. League of Amer., 440 First St. NW #310, Wash., DC 20001, 202/638-2952; or Bart Shollenberger, Amer. Pub. Welf. Assn., 810 First St. NE #500, Wash., DC 20002, 202/628-0100. [6367]

  • "The Gautreaux Experiment:" A series of research studies on the results of Chicago's experiment with using Sec. 8 housing vouchers to allow public housing residents and those on the Housing Authority's waiting list to move to the suburbs are available from James Rosenbaum, Ctr. for Urban Affairs & Policy Research, Northwestern U., 2040 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, IL 60208-4100, 708/491-3395. [6373]

  • "The Widening Gap: The Housing Needs of Low Income Families" (24 pp., 1992) and "The Widening Gap Sourcebook" (100 pp., 1992), both by Cushing Dolbeare, are available ($10 each) from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coalition, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [6380]

May 1992

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  • Affordable Housing... a dream deferred? is "a profile of families who seek counseling from the Urban League of Pittsburgh... families whom the 'affordability gap' has pushed to the brink of homelessness." 9 pp., n.d. 9921; no price listed (probably free), from James Frazier, Urban eague of Pittsburgh, 200 Ross St., Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2064, 412/261-1130. [6174]

  • Briefing Book on the Natl. Affordable Housing Act of 1990, ed. Barry Zigas is available ($29.95) from the Low Income Housing Inf. Service, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [6182]

  • Catalogue of Information Services and Technical Assistance for the Development of Low Income Housing compiled by the McAuley Inst., is available for $10: 8300 Colesville Rd. #310, Silver Spring, MD 20910, 301/588-8110. [6181]

  • Code Enforcement Programs The Natl. Housing Inst. is looking for cities with good housing code enforcement programs -- well managed, good relations with tenant groups, community organizations, legal service lawyers -- in order to produce a report and article in their publication, Shelterforce. Send or phone information (with contact person if available) to Patrick Morrissy, NHI, 439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050, 201/678-3110. And while you're at it, subscribe to Shelterforce, 6 issues a year, $18 ($28 for libraries, law offices and institutions). [6169]

  • "HOME: A Guide for CDCs," by Mindy Leiterman & Benson Roberts (79 pp., Feb. 1992), is available (no price listed; likely free) from LISC, 1825 K St. NW #909, Wash., DC 20006, 202/785-2908. [6173]

  • Housing Action is the quarterly newsletter of the Housing Action Council, 18 Hamilton Pl., Tarrytown, NY 10591. [6179]

  • "Justice denied: A Study of the Rights of Low-Income Tenants in Eviction Proceedings in Pima County Justice Court" (29 pp., n.d. but likely 1991) is available ($5) from the S. Ariz. People's Law Ctr., 314 E. Congress #236, Tucson, AZ 85701, 602/623-7306. [6168]

  • "Managing Growth to Promote Affordable Housing" (13-page Exec. Summary, Sept. 1991) is available ($3) from 1000 Friends of Oregon, 300 Willamette Bldg., 534 SW Third Ave., Portland, OR 97204, 503/223-4396. Their Natl. Growth Management Leadership Project publishes a newsletter, Developments, available free. [6170]

  • "Public Housing Homeownership Demonstration Assessment and PHHDA Case Studies," by William Rohe & Michael Stegman were prepared for HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research (Wash., DC 20410). No price listed. [6176]

  • "Race Discrimination in the Rental Housing Market: A Study of the Greater Washington Area - - 1991" (22 pp.) is available (no price given) from the Fair Housing Council of Greater Washington, 1400 Eye St. NW #530, Wash., DC 20005, 202/289-5360. [6171]

  • Racial Discrimination in Public and Subsidized Housing: Housing Matters the quarterly publication of the Mass. Law Reform(69 Canal St., Boston, MA 02114, 617/742-9250; $6/yr. low-income, $15 indivs., $22 non-profits, $32 business, lib., govt.), is embarking on an issue dealing with this subject -- how tenants and their advocates approach these problems in creative and productive ways. Contact Annette Duke. Their 4/92 issue focuses on "The War on Drugs Targets Tenants." [6180]

  • "Tenants' Rights: A Manual for Tenants Who Live in Privately Owned Federally Subsidized Housing," by Erica Silverberg & Gina Cherry (170 pp., 1992), is available ($10 to resident groups, $20 to others) from the Low Income Housing Information Service, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [6172]

  • The Architecture & Building Science Group of the NJ Inst. of Technology (Ezra Ehrenkrantz, Chairman) analyzes design, technology and development factors that affect housing affordability for low, moderate and middle income groups; and targets the use of technology to reduce housing costs. Ellen Shoshkes is their Dir. of Housing Research, NJIT, University Hts., Newark, NJ 07102, 201/596-3099. [6177]

  • The Community Land Trust Legal Manual (235 pp.) has just een published by the Inst. for Comm. Economics (57 School St., Springfield, MA 01105-1331, 413/746-8660). It's a technical guide for community housing organizations and their attorneys on the community land trust legal strucure to expand homeownership while preserving long-term housing affordability. $104.50 (incl. free copy of their Community Land Trust Handbook on request). [6178]

March 1992

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  • Displacement Forum is a periodic newsletter from the national Anti-Displacement Project of the Low Income Housing Information Service, 1012 14th St. NW #1200, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. LIHIS also publishes a monthly informational Roundup , the CHAS [Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy] Monitor, as well as occasional Special Memoranda. Subscription information about their afiliate, the national Low Income Housing Coalition (a membership organization dedicated to advocacy, organizing and education on the low-income housing issue), is available at the above address. [6074]

  • Shelterforce is the bi-monthly magazine of the Natl. Housing Inst. $18/year, 439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050, 201/678-3110. Recent issues include articles on the National Affordable Housing Act, community reinvestment, the low-income housing tax credit, the military's public housing program, and housing policies in Canada and Eastern Europe. [6079]

  • Silver Lining a new publication of the Resolution Trust Corporation's Affordable Housing Disposition Program, provides timely information on auctions and other disposition of federally-held properties obtained under the savings and loan bailout. Available (free) from AHDP/ RTIC, 801 17th St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/416-6995. [6083]

  • "A Community-Based Development Guide to the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act" prepared by the Local Initiatives Support Corp., is available ($8) from the Natl. Congress for Comm. Econ. Dev., 1875 Conn. Ave. NW #510, Wash., DC 20009, 202/659-8411. [6094]

  • "A Place to Call Home: The Low-Income Housing Crisis Continues," published by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Low Income Housing Information Service, is available (no price listed) from CBPP, 777 N. Capitol St. NW #705, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080. Dec. 1991, 83 pp. The Center also has, for $40/year, a one-year suvbscription to all its excellent poverty and income reports; budget analyses; and reports on labor issues (employment, unemployment insurance, minimum wage), hunger and welfare issues (including food and nutrition programs), and low-income housing. For $25 you can get a one-year sub that includes only poverty and income reports, budgets analyses, and any one ofthe three last-mentioned topics. [6071]

  • AFL-CIO Survey of Union-Sponsored Housing (co-ops, elderly and handicapped projects, urban homesteading, repossessed homes) is a new 36-page report, by Frank Parente, available (free) from the AFL/CIO Dept. of Econ. Research, 815 16 St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/637-5000. [6084]

  • Alternatives to Conventional Public Housing Management, by Bill Peterman & Mary Anne Young is available (no price listed) from The Voorhees Center, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago, IL 60680, 312/332-5310. [6091]

  • Catalogue of Information Services and Technical Assistance for the Development of Low-Income Housing is available ($10) from The McAuley Inst., 8300 Colesville Rd. #310, Silver Spring, MD 20910, 301/588-8110. [6093]

  • "Credit by Color: Mortgage Market Discrimination in Chicagoland," by Calvin Bradford, Bill Peterman & Qi Sanshi (50 pp., no price listed) is a research report available from the Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance, PO Box 39598, Chicago, IL 60639-0598,312/332-5310. [6087]

  • "Desperately Needed Now: An SRO Housing Revolution" is a just-released 74-page study of recommendations for NYC by long-time advocate planner Walter Thabit. $5 from ANHD, 236 W. 27th St., 2nd flr., NYC, NY 10001. [6073]

  • "Directory of Information Resources in Housing and Urban Development" (171-pages) is available ($25) from HUD USER, Box 6091, Rockville, MD 20850, 800/245-2691. [6090]

  • Fair Housing Opens Doors is the first of a series of updates on the HUD/Natl. Fair Housing Alliance-sponsored Natl. Fair Housing Outreach Campaign. Available (no price listed) from Kecia Mack, NFHA, 1400 Eye St. NW, Wash., DC 20005, 202/898-1666. [6085]

  • H.O.M.E. Network A network/information service on the new HOME Program of the Natl. Comm. Dev. Assn., 522 21 St. NW #120, Wash., DC 20006, 202/293-7587. Unfornuately, it's a steep $150/year (24 issues). [6075]

  • Housing Codes The Natl. Housing Inst. (439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050) is seeking examples of cities with good housing code enforcement programs that work well with tenant groups, community organizations and legal services lawyers. [6097]

  • Housing Courses The National Housing Inst. has prepared a Housing Courses Catalogue of 20 course outlines (course descriptions, reading lists) from undergraduate and graduate courses in sociology, urban planning, environmental studies, history, political science, law and other disciplines dealing with the major political, economic and social aspects of housing issues. $10 from NHI, 439 Main St., Orange, NJ 07050, 201/678-3110. [6076]

  • Housing Mobility Strategies Studies of efforts to achieve racial integration via residential mobility, using Sec. 8 housing certificates, are available (for Cincinnati) from Prof. Paul Fischer, Dept. Politics, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL 60045, 708/234-3100 x241 and (for Chicago) from Mary Davis, Leadership Council for Met. Open Communities, 401 S. State St., #860, Chicago, IL 60605, 312/341-5678. A PRRAC grantee, Citizens Research Education Network (32 Elm St., Hartford, CT 06106, 203/249-1416), is studying and doing advocacy work on this same issue in Hartford. [6081]

  • "Housing Policy Debate" is a new quarterly journal (apparently free) published by the Office of Housing Policy Research, Federal Natl. Mortgage Assn., 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016-2899. Vol. 2, Issue 2 contains the papers presented at their 1990 conference, "Preserving Low-Income Housing Opportunities: Principles for a 1990s Housing Strategy." Vol. 2, Issue 3 contains the papers presented at their 1991 conference, "Counting the Homeless: The Methodologies, Policies and Social Significance Behind the Numbers." Back issues likely are available. [6080]

  • Housing Studies The National Support Ctr. for Low Income Housing (a joint project of the Low Income Housing Inf. Service and the Natl. Housing Law Project) has issued two recent reports: "Building on Success: A Report on State Capacity-Building Programs Targeted to Nonprofit Housing Developers" (by Catherine Bishop, Aug. 1991) and "A Passage from Poverty: Self-Sufficiency Policies and Federal Housing Programs" (by David Bryson and Roberta Youmans, July 1991). $20 each ($10 for members/subscribers). [6089]

  • "Indian Housing in the 1990s" is a new 30-page report available (free) from the Natl. Amer. Indian Housing Council, 900 Second St. NE, Wash., DC 20002, 202/789-1754. [6082]

  • Local Housing Conditions Studies Metropolitan-area studies of low-income housing conditions in Baltimore, Detroit, San Antonio, Chicago, SF-Oakland, Milwaukee, Birmingham, Memphis, Cleveland, Buffalo and San Jose are available ($4.50 each) from the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities, 777 N. Capitol St. NE #705, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080. [6086]

  • "More Housing, More Fairly" the report of the Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on Affordable Housing, subtitled "Background Paper on the Limits of Privatization," written by Michael Stegman, is available ($9.95) from The Brookings Institution, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036,202/797-6215. Among its major recommendations: increasing the shelter allowance in the welfare program to HUD-defined "fair market rents," and reducing federal housing tax expenditures (in particular, the homeowner deduction) and devoting these increased revenues to affordable housing programs -- proposals progressive housing advocates have been advancing for some time but which take on greater weight now that a mainline heavyweight group like the Twentieth Century Fund gets behind them. [6098]

  • More Than Housing: Lifeboats for Women and Children, by Joan Forester Sprague is a 248-page collection of 50+ designs for new dwelling types for single mothers and their children. $32.95 from Butterworth Architecture, 800/366-2665. [6096]

  • "Out of Reach: Why Everyday People Can't Find Affordable Housing," by Cushing Dolbeare (2nd ed., Sept., 1991), is a detailed state-by-state analysis of the affordability gap between family incomes and the housing supply. $20 from the Low Income Housing Information Service, 101214 St. NW, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530. [6078]

  • "Resale Controls: Tools for Preserving Affordability" is an article in the Summer/Fall issue of Economic Development & Law Center Report (1950 Addison St., Berkeley, CA 94704, 510/548-9400). $4. [6095]

  • "Second Mortgage Lending: Abuses and Regulation," by Kathleen Keest is a just-released 63-page report (no price listed) available from the Natl. Consumer Law Ctr., 11 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108, 617/523-8010. [6099]

  • "Tax Credits for Low-Income Housing: New Opportunities for Developers, Nonprofits and Communities under the 1986, 1989 and 1990 Tax Acts," by Joseph Guggenheim is available ($53.95 paper, $145 loose-leaf, with three quarterly supplements) from Simon Publications, Box 229, Glen Echo, MD 20812, 301/320-5771. [6092]

  • The Natl. Assn. of Affordable Housing Lenders (43 Commercial Wharf #9, Boston, MA 02110, 617/742-0532) issues a quarterly newsletter (Directions in Affordable Housing Finance) and other publications. [6088]

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  • "Study Finds Housing Aid No Path to Better Education" [13729] See full text.

  • "Launching the National Fair Housing Debate: A Closer Look at the 1966 Chicago Freedom Movement" [9645] See full text.

  • Housing Rights in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina [9743] See full text.

  • "Connecting Families to Opportunity" [12111] See full text.

  • "Faith-Based Housing" The Natl. Low Income Housing Coal. has 3 new publications: "Housing for America: Questions for People of Faith"; "The Youngest Among Us: Is Your Prophetic Voice an Effective Voice?"; "Homelessness in our Communities: Leading Your Community to Housing Justice." $7 each, from the Coalition, 1012 14th St. NW, Wash., DC 20005, 202/662-1530, x234. The Coalition has a new publications list. [2968]

  • Good Neighbors: Affordable Family Housing, by Tom Jones, William Pettis & Michael Pyatok (Foreward by PRRAC Exec. Dir.Chester Hartman), is available from Asian Neighborhood Design, 461 Bush St., #400, SF, CA 94108, 415/982-2959. the 270-page book (which has a companion slide library), containing 85 examples and over 500 photos and illustrations, is avaiable at a55% discount ($31) for nonprofits and students, $51 (25% discount) for others. [2971]

  • "GSEs & Fair Housing" [12116] See full text.

  • "Keeping the Promise: Preserving and Enhancing Housing Mobility in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program: Final Report of the Third National Conference on Housing Mobility" [9646] See full text.

  • "Lending Discrimination in Boston:" A 1992 Boston Federal Reserve Bank study found widespread lending discrimination in the Boston area. Critiques of the study, and refutation of those critiques, are reported in the Dec. 1993 issue of Housing Research News, published (free) by the FNMA Office of Housing Research, 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20016. [5221]

  • Memphis Murder Mystery? [11822] See full text.

  • "Photo Gallery - 6th National Conference on Housing Mobility" [14748] See full text.

  • "Readings on Racial Segregation and the Foreclosure Crisis" [13948] See full text.

  • "Rebuilding Communities" is a new multi-year initiative funded by the Annie Casey Foundation. Five cities will each receive $160,000 for the planning year: Dudley St. Neighb. Init. in Boston; Germantown Settlement in Phila.; Marshall Hts. Comm. Dev. Org. in DC; NEWSED CDC in Denver; Warren/ Conner CDC in Detroit. Further inf. (and contacts for the 5 orgs.) from Bill Rust at the Casey Found., One Lafayette Pl., Greenwich, CT 06830,203/862-2716. [5223]

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