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When Saving isn't really saving
Center for Community Capital's Storymaps
Yes! Magazine’s Affordable Housing Issue
Racial Inequality, Poverty and Gentrification in Durham, North Carolina
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Durham's Racial Equity Taskforce
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1619 Podcast - Land of our Fathers Episode 5: Part One and Two.
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The Rise of the Single-Family Home
Durham's Affordable Housing Bond
In 2019, voters supported the $95 million affordable housing bond with nearly 76% approval.
The bond is part of the city’s larger $160 million five-year plan to address affordable housing, reduce homelessness and stabilize neighborhoods. You can read more here and here
It is near impossible to build and maintain affordable housing without funds, policy measures, and developer incentives, provided by our local, state, and federal governments. We feel grateful that our local officials recognize this need.