SOURCE: Mother Jones
by Eric Nusbaum
Frank Wilkinson's advocacy for racially integrated public housing in Los Angeles set off a red-baiting campaign that landed him in prison.
SOURCE: The Metropole (Urban History Association)
A Neoliberal Love Story, From Public Housing To Golf: A Review Of East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story
by Courtney Rawlings
Courtney Rawlings argues that a recent documentary on public housing has a blind spot for the politics that make decent housing precarious or even unavailable to millions.
SOURCE: Made By History at The Washington Post
by Gillet Gardner Rosenblith
Poor and economically precarious Americans are at risk of eviction in the COVID-19 crisis because American policymakers have spent decades rejecting a public role in providing decent housing outside of the market system.
SOURCE: CBS Sports
Nusbaum's book, released in March, details the human cost of the stadium's construction.
SOURCE: Daily Beast
The Ken Burns-produced PBS documentary “East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story” examines our public-housing nightmare through the lens of a storied Atlanta housing project.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Emily Badger
A history of public housing in America.
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