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The HomeWork: August 27, 2020

Welcome to the August 27, 2020 Main Edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY —… Read More

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The Math on Fourplexes: 1.2 Million Homes

A new study from the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and MapCraft makes… Read More

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White Flight and Concentrated Poverty Still Dominate Most Cities

American neighborhoods are rapidly changing—and in our grimly unequal society, the poorest bear the worst of this change. In “American Neighborhood Change in… Read More

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Can Tactical Urbanism Be a Tool for Equity? A Conversation with Mike Lydon and Tony Garcia

Read the full article … “We’re trying to ask ourselves: in process of ideation, how can we work with people to… Read More

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Overcrowded housing is contributing to coronavirus spread in Ventura County

Read the full article … “Out of the 2,926 coronavirus cases the county reported Tuesday, slightly over 50 percent… Read More

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Local Cities Should Support Affordable Housing Owners

Read the full article … “The Los Angeles Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC LA) has created a toolkit for… Read More

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Beyond nursing homes

Read the full article … “Why it matters: Deaths in nursing homes and residential care facilities account for 45%… Read More

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Connecticut has an opportunity to tackle housing segregation. It appears to be taking a pass.

Read the full article … “Despite its liberal reputation — and Democrats controlling the legislature for the last 23… Read More

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Zoning and Race: If Black Lives Matter, then City Zoning Laws Must Change

Read the full article … “Despite turning out in large numbers in public demonstrations to proclaim that Black Lives… Read More

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New Rule on Environmental Impacts of Driving, Long Awaited, Goes Into Effect

Read the full article … “Shenanigans to sidestep CEQA won’t stop, but the focus will shift from the current practice of… Read More

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Meet the McCloskeys: How Private Places Act as a Form of Spatial Anti-Blackness in St. Louis

Read the full article … “Two white homeowners threatened the lives of Black Lives Mater protestors in on a private street… Read More

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