Every year, the New York City Housing Authority puts out an annual plan discussing its current state and its goals for the future. However, NYCHA does not allow residents, the people directly impacted by policies, to have true decision-making power
The Research and Policy Initiative at the Community Development Project has been busy this winter and spring! After releasing eight community-based research reports last year, we have kept up the momentum in 2010 and have released four new reports with our
This report documents our research findings and proposes community-based policy recommendations to convert vacant residential buildings into affordable housing for low-income families.
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In this report, we examine lawsuits filed by debt buyers and their profound impact on low- and moderate-income New Yorkers, lower-income communities, and communities of color.
The Right to the City Alliance (RTTC) is grateful for the opportunity to submit this statement in conjunction with today’s hearing on the draft legislation proposed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Preservation, Enhancement and
In 2009, Mothers on the Move (MOM), a grassroots membership-led organization based in the South Bronx, developed and implemented a three-part Community Visioning Process. MOM’s goal for the visioning process was to develop an alternative to gentrification by having community
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