In this episode, David M. Rubenstein Fellows Andre Perry and Jenny Schuetz examine past policies and current attitudes that have devalued homes and business in majority-black neighborhoods and the opportunities to be gained by building on the assets in majority-black places.
- Homeownership while black: Examining the devaluation of assets in black neighborhoods
- The devaluation of assets in black neighborhoods: The case of residential property
- Renting the American Dream: Why homeownership shouldn’t be a prerequisite for middle-class financial security
- Minneapolis 2040: The most wonderful plan of the year
- The rise of black-majority cities
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