Austin Is Giving Displaced Residents the ‘Right to Return’
A new city policy allows working-class families priced out of their neighborhoods to come back — affordably.
Portland’s ‘Hygiene Hub’ Goes Way Beyond Free Showers
A full-service facility run by the people who need it offers hot water, laundry, medical care — and legitimization.
Instead of Eviction, Landlords and Tenants Talk It Out
In Philadelphia, face-to-face mediated chats help both parties get what they need.
Strangers Are Welcoming People Released from Prison into Their Homes
Skeptical at first, participants on both sides now see a solution that benefits everyone.
Cops and Community Organizers Are Reimagining Atlanta’s Jail
An unlikely collaboration could transform a place of imprisonment into a center for equity.
Cincinnati Tenants Are Building Equity With Each Rent Payment
Why should homeowners get all the perks? How a different type of rental model puts equity back in the pockets of tenants.