Category: Blog Posts
We know that the narratives we see and hear shape how we perceive the world and that making lasting policy change requires us to change how people think about an issue, whether it’s who deserves the right to marry, or why people live on the streets.
Americans collectively have the resources, as well as the will, to ensure that our neighbors and family members in need can secure a safe place from which to anchor their lives.
Through research, education, training and communications support, the Housing Narrative Lab is focused on telling the story of who becomes homeless and why.
Focusing on the people most impacted, and the conditions that cause them to lose their housing in the first place.
At a time when homes are becoming even more central to our lives, too many Americans are facing severe housing affordability challenges.
Targeted, systematic, and racialized policies and practices were designed to exclude Black people and other minorities from homeownership, decent affordable housing and thriving neighborhoods.
We tend to tell children heartening stories that have happy endings, and tales that boost their ambitious dreams.
We are pleased to share news about several new funding commitments we’ve made to meet this particular moment in our nation’s history.
A public health strategist and urban planner, Alyia has over 10 years of experience developing and executing large-scale initiatives and partnerships.
Where is the moral outrage about the existence of homelessness in the wealthiest democracy in the world?