The Washington Post provides an in-depth look at housing and community development in Washington, D.C. #TalkPoverty Read More »
CDP director Diane Glauber and counsel David Zisser co-authored chapter titled "Innovative Post-Disaster Community-Based Housing Strategies." Read More »
AnnouncementCDP Title Clearing Initiative restores title to 741 New Orleans Homeowners!
The total economic benefit to homeowners is just over $10 million dollars.
- September 24, 2013 Food stamp rise belies economic recovery CDP client Apples and Oranges Market mentioned in USA Today article commenting on the increased use of food stamps in the US. Read More »
- Apr 29 Powerful Documentary Chronicling Struggle for Environmental Justice in the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Premiere on Tuesday, April 29
- Apr 24 Garden City Ordered to Remedy Effects of Intentionally Discriminatory Zoning Decision On April 22, 2014, Federal Judge Arthur D. Spatt of the Eastern District of New York entered final judgment in the discriminatory zoning case brought by New York Communities for Change and affordable housing developer MHANY Management, Inc. against the Village of Garden City in Nassau County on Long Island. The Village of Garden City and its Board of Trustees must now implement changes to their residential housing practices to remedy the effects of their prior intentionally discriminatory conduct.
- Apr 23 Housing and Education Advocates Work Together to Improve Education Housing advocates and education advocates have separately made great progress over the last few decades. But our schools continue to be segregated, and our low-income children of color continue to lag behind their more affluent and white counterparts.