Sources for Housing Crisis Comic

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Jun 24 · Unlisted

by Josh Kramer and Joyce Rice

Panel One

“For people of color, banks are shutting the door to homeownership,” Reveal, From the Center for Investigative Reporting, Aaron Glantz and Emmanuel Martinez, 2/15/18

Panel Two

Quote:

“Unequal lending keeps redlining alive in Philadelphia’s gentrifying neighborhoods,” Plan Philly, a project of WHYY, Jen Kinney, 2/15/18

Panel Three

“Why Housing Policy Is Climate Policy,” The New York Times, Scott Wiener and Daniel Kammen, 3/25/19

“The rising trend in California construction starts,” ft Journal, 2/27/19

Panel Four

“The State of the Nation’s Housing 2018,” Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, 6/20/18

“Who Owns a Home in America, in 12 Charts,” CityLab, David Montgomery, 8/8/18

Panel Five

“The high, high price of affordable housing,” City Observatory, Joe Cortright, 4/19/17

“Unsheltered Homelessness: Trends, Causes, and Strategies to Address,” National Alliance to End Homelessness, 7/26/17

Panel Six

“The New ‘Dream Home’ Should Be a Condo,” The New York Times, Allison Arieff, 3/1/19

Panel Seven

“What Is the Total Cost of Owning a Car?” Nerdwallet, Philip Reed and Nicole Arata, 10/18/18

“H+T Two Views of Affordability,” The Housing and Transportation (H+T) Affordability Index, 2017

Panel Eight and Nine

“The Case for Reparations,” The Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates, 2014

“The racial wealth gap: How African-Americans have been shortchanged out of the materials to build wealth,” Economic Policy Institute, Janelle Jones, 2/13/17

Panel Ten

“For people of color, banks are shutting the door to homeownership,” Reveal, From the Center for Investigative Reporting, Aaron Glantz and Emmanuel Martinez, 2/15/18

“The red line: Racial disparities in lending,” Reveal, Co-produced with PRX, 2/23/19

Panel Eleven

“Gentrification isn’t ending. We must rise to meet that challenge.” City Observatory, Alex Baca, 3/29/2018

Panel Twelve

“California’s big housing bill is dead for the year. Here’s what’s left,” San Francisco Chronicle, Alexei Koseff, 5/20/19

Quote:

“Gov. Gavin Newsom threatens to cut state funding from cities that don’t approve enough housing,” Los Angeles Times, Liam Dillon, 1/10/19

Panel Thirteen

“New York Has a Public Housing Problem. Does London Have an Answer?” The New York Times, Michael Kimmelman, 3/1/19

Panel Fourteen

“The New Fight For Affordable Housing,” Data for Progress, Pete Harrison, 1/28/2019

“Rent Control Policies Gaining Momentum Across America,” Next City, Jared Brey, 4/16/19

Panel Fifteen

Quote (in video):

“Making a Room: Housing For A Changing America,” National Building Museum, 2019

Panel Sixteen

“Can Minneapolis’s radical rezoning be a national model?” Curbed, Patrick Sisson, 11/27/18

“Housing Constraints and Spatial Misallocation,” Chang-Tai Hsieh (University of Chicago and NBER) and Enrico Moretti (University of California, Berkeley and NBER), 4/25/18

Panel Seventeen

“San Francisco Delays Building 4 Years in the Making Because New Apartments Will Cast Shadows?!” Reason, Christian Britschgi, 6/27/2018

Panel Eighteen

Map:

“One Dot Per Person for the Entire United States,” the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, 2013

Map:

“Housing Production Trust Fund Database of Multi- and Single-Family Projects, FYs 2001–2016,” Office of the District of Columbia Auditor, 2018

Panel Nineteen

“Density’s Next Frontier: The Suburbs” CityLab, Richard Florida, 2/1/18

Panel Twenty

“Why Falling Home Prices Could Be a Good Thing,” The New York Times, Conor Dougherty, 2/10/17

Panel Twenty-one

“Making a Room: Housing For A Changing America,” National Building Museum, 2019

Panel Twenty-two

“When America’s Basic Housing Unit Was a Bed, Not a House,” CityLab, Ariel Aberg-Riger, 2/22/18

“In Defense of Dorms for Grown-Ups,” Slate, Alex Baca, 3/7/18

Panel Twenty-three

Quote (in video):

“Making a Room: Housing For A Changing America,” National Building Museum, 2019

Panel Twenty-four

“In Defense of Dorms for Grown-Ups,” Slate, Alex Baca, 3/7/18

“How tiny shotgun houses can help solve Dallas’ housing crisis — if we’d just stop knocking them down,” Mark Lamster, Dallas News, 2/28/19

“DIY Housing Developments,” Maclean’s, Leah McLaren, 8/22/16

Panel Twenty-five

“Why Housing Policy Is Climate Policy,” The New York Times, Scott Wiener and Daniel Kammen, 3/25/19

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