housing

It’s never easy to adjust to change — especially when that change affects your freedom of choice. The upcoming smoking ban at public housing units across the country has outraged residents everywhere. In Cleveland, residents who live in CMHA units believe the ban is completely unfair. It calls for no smoking in any public housing unit or […]

As Blacks gain more wealth, they generally move to richer, Whiter neighborhoods, but a new report has debunked that idea.

If you’ve been a New York City resident for some time, you’ve likely noticed how your once empty subway car is still packed with people,…

The U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc. case for the third time…

If a guy can raise over $70k to make potato salad can’t we support a deserving young man stay in college.  Chris is from Baltimore, a rising senior at the University of Maryland and is very active in school.  His upcoming schedule for the fall year: Event manger at the University of Maryland Memorial Chapel Executive […]

The city of Miami is taking JPMorgan Chase & Co, the country’s biggest bank, to court based on major claims of housing discrimination against its residents…

President Barack Obama continued his “Better Bargain For America” media tour, stopping in Phoenix, Ariz. at the Desert Visa Senior High School Tuesday afternoon. After…

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Roland Martin talks with Julius Cartwright, president of National Association of Real Estate Brokers about the state of the housing market and how it impacts…

For decades American government’s efforts to house the poor have relied on the construction of subsidized housing plots more commonly known as “Projects.” The term, originally used to describe the improvement projects city planners believed these developments would amount to, has instead become synonymous with inner-city blight and crime. Today, urban legend, news reports and […]