Commentary | Craig Gurian | Housing, NYC, Politics
June 22, 2011 — New York Governor Andrew Cuomo may describe a tentative deal on extending rent regulation for millions of New York City tenants as one representing “significant progress,” but the...view
Leads | Remapping Debate | Housing, NYC, Regulation
June 8, 2011 — The “Weiner scandal” is the subject of more than 6,000 articles to be found on Google News, including page 1 coverage in the The Washington Post and The New York Times. The Wall Street...view
Commentary | Craig Gurian | Banking, Housing, Regulation
June 8, 2011 — As most recently reported in The New York Times, the Obama Administration’s foreclosure prevention effort “does include programs to help unemployed homeowners, but they have been...view
Readable Research | Craig Gurian | Housing
May 11, 2011 — As reported in Gotham Gazette, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says that he supports the “strongest possible” strengthening of the state’s rent regulation laws, but, with those...view
Map & Data Resources | Craig Gurian | Civil rights, Housing, Race
April 20, 2011 — In the wake of Census 2010, media attention has focused on the slow trend towards less segregation for African-Americans that has continued in the last 10 years. But demographic...view
ProPublica Reports | Paul Kiel, Olga Pierce | Banking, Housing, Regulation
January 27, 2011 — With millions of homeowners still struggling to stay in their homes, the Obama administration’s $75 billion foreclosure prevention program has been weakened, perhaps fatally, by...view
Map & Data Resources | Craig Gurian | Civil rights, Housing, Race
January 18, 2011 — In the first analysis of new 5-year data from the American Community Survey at the Census Block Group level, Remapping Debate has found that reports that a long-term trend...view
Commentary | Craig Gurian | Civil rights, Federalism, Housing
December 21, 2010 — Opposition to lawful federal authority has had a long and ugly history, from South Carolina’s secession 150 years ago this week, to massive resistance to integration in modern day...view
| Kevin C. Brown | History, Housing, Politics
Nov. 9, 2010 — Rhonda Williams, associate professor of history and director of the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, as well as the author of “The...view
Original Reporting | Greg Marx | Education, Housing
In Montgomery County, Maryland, an inclusionary zoning program begun in the 1970s has helped to integrate the local school district. October 19, 2010 — It seems like a long time ago now, but in...view