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The HomeWork: February 18, 2020

Welcome to the February 18, 2019 edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY. In each edition, we aim… Read More

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The HomeWork – December 12, 2019

Welcome to the December 12, 2019 edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY. In each edition, we aim to support grassroots YIMBYs… Read More

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Housing is Opportunity (Part 1)

As opportunity grows in across the metropolitan United States, tight housing supply has concentrated economic opportunity in more highly desirable neighborhoods. At first… Read More

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Meet Eric, a Military Service Member & Central Valley Super Commuter from Sacramento

“When you combine my commute and the hours I work, I spend 16 hours of each day earning a paycheck. I dream of… Read More

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“I Was All Alone”— Barbara K. from LA shares her story

“I moved from Panama to the United States about 15 years ago alone without any family members or support network.  After meeting… Read More

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This is truly uncontroversial

Here’s a concept: It shouldn’t be so hard to find an affordable place to live. Because of the severe housing shortage, families everywhere are… Read More

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Trump’s HUD is gutting fair housing rules. It’s time to fight back.

With Secretary Carson and the GOP Congress aiming to roll back the Obama administration’s commitment to Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, it’s… Read More

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Yes, Building Market-Rate Housing Lowers Rents. Here’s How.

A growing body of evidence supports California YIMBY’s founding goal: more housing for more people means a more inclusive California. If this state… Read More

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Read our new report on the impacts of the CA housing crisis on Women of Color

“Her name is Alisa. Her name is Veronica. Her name is Kally. Each one is a woman of color living in California navigating the rental… Read More

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Report: California’s Women of Color Face Extra Burdens from Housing Crisis

USC Study Highlights Need for Reforms in Housing, Wage Equity, Affordable Daycare Demographic Comprises 30% of State Population Download… Read More

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