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The Dire State of Latino Housing (and How to Deal with It)

Latinos lack access to affordable housing. But policies and practices are emerging to create affordable housing and keep renters in their homes, which can boost Latino health equity.

Read about new research on Latino housing from Salud America!

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The Dire State of Latino Housing (and How to Deal with It)

By Amelie G. Ramirez, DrPH Director, Salud America!, UT Health San Antonio   Where you live is linked to how healthy you are. Sadly, U.S. Latino communities are marked by lower-quality, unaffordable … [Read More...]

Lessons from California’s Successful Statewide Ballot Campaign for Housing

Contributors: Nur Kausar, Housing California; Alina Harway, Nonprofit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH); Jeannette Brown, Southern California Association of Nonprofit Housing (SCANPH); Tom … [Read More...]

#PutHousingFirst Campaign

By: Andreanecia Morris, President and CEO of the Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance After Hurricane Katrina devasted New Orleans’s infrastructure, nonprofit housing builders and community development … [Read More...]

Lakeland Housing Authority on the Rise

By: Benjamin Stevenson, Executive Director at the Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland Since being designated as a Financially At Risk Public Housing Authority, we at Lakeland Housing Authority (LHA) are … [Read More...]

How One Community Land Trust is Strengthening Its Community

By: Christina Olson, Programs Director at Kulshan Community Land Trust At Kulshan Community Land Trust (KulshanCLT), we strengthen our community in Washington State by holding land in trust for permanently … [Read More...]

Residents take affordable housing fight to the ballot box – and win

By Roberto Jiménez, Mutual Housing California CEO In 2018, Mutual Housing California organizers took on a year-long voter participation effort with residents of our affordable housing communities as part of a … [Read More...]

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