The housing issue is complex. So is the homeless issue. Both of these things are more complex than most people believe. I will leave the homelessness issue for a future.
Whites in Chicago protesting against the Martin Luther King led campaign to desegregate housing, 1966.
Annie Lowrey has a pretty good essay on the housing shortage. She rightfully makes the point that the biggest issue is a lack of new building. I can certainly accept.
While we'd all like to think that unions exist to promote "the workers" or socialism or the revolution or whatever we want, the reality is that they exist to promote.
This is one of those studies that demonstrates things already well known by scholars of the relevant fields such as environmental history and environmental justice, but since it comes out.
This is amazing. For most of a two-hour meeting last month, the leaders of a wealthy Silicon Valley town debated a new state law that vexed them: Senate Bill 9,.
Can't build dense housing because of the.....historical nature of a highway! Members of the Merritt Parkway Conservancy are urging town officials to reject a project that will build 120 units.
Our Silicon Valley techbros continue to pay so many dividends, if you are a shareholder at least. Otherwise, they see you as a mark for DISRUPTION!!! I was not aware.