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- fair housing 40
- Housing choice voucher 22
- Inclusive Communities Project 18
- Section 8 18
- Housing mobility 17 307 more
- Inclusive Communities Project 10
- Alameda School Board 1
- City of Alameda Democratic Club 1
- Habitat for Humanity 1
- ICP 1 7 more
- English 9
Patricia talks about her move to Rockwall, TX from her home in Oak Cliff in Dallas which she found to have too much crime. She loves her neighborhood's quiet peacefulness and her four children's new schools where the staff has...
Ms. Lewis talks about how, after a four year wait, she received a housing choice voucher that helped her move from her Dallas neighborhood where she heard gunfire to Rowlett, TX where she feels better about raising her two young...
Mother talks about the new recreation opportunities for her young children since her move.
Mother of two talks about how neighborly her community is where she, her teen son and daughter moved.
Mother of young children talks about her son's adjustment in his new elementary school after a move from West Dallas to an eastern suburb.
Ms. Revels, a housing choice voucher holder and ICP client, shares her excitement to move to her new home which will be across the street from her job.
Housing mobility counselor and property manager of suburban tax credit apartments reflect on helping ICP voucher families move to well resources low-poverty communities.
President of Joppa Freedman's Town Association talks about their winning fight for neighborhood equity and environmental justice when faced with a zoning request that would have brought more batch plants to her community.
Ms. Jones talks about the opportunities her new housing voucher has afforded he as she moved to her new community.
Former public housing resident talks about her family’s experiences after moving to low poverty non-segregated neighborhoods with her housing choice voucher.
Mr. Dixon talks about how the Inclusive Communities' Sublease Initiative provided him access to housing in a low poverty desegregated area at a complex that would not take his housing voucher.
Ms. Halton talks about how much she loves her Richardson neighborhood and the resources it has.
Mother of teens talks about leaving her social network but seeing the positive change in her teens' school outlook after moving.
Mother of teenage boy talks about her first mobility move as she prepares to move from Dallas suburb to exurb.
Ms. Cox, President of the Tenth Street Residential Association, shares her memories and an urgent message to preserve the neighborhood. The Tenth Street Historic District is one of the few Freedman's towns left in the City of Dallas.
Mother of four talks about how her move provided more educational opportunities for her children.
Interview with a housing choice voucher holder and her ICP housing mobility counselor reflecting on her search for a diverse neighborhood for her teen daughter and young son. (from Dallas to the inner- and outer-ring suburbs of Garland, Plano and...
Barbara Kahn visited with Mia Bonta, sharing her love for the city of Alameda, what it means to be a mother and a woman dedicated to engaging our world, why she loves her grandchildren so, and what she hopes for...
Resident of historic Tenth Street District talks of its rich history and current residents advocating for historic preservation and against gentrification.
Joppa homeowner talks about the struggle to improve neighborhood conditions and fight hazardous industry.
Mother of middle schooler talks about opportunities at her son's elementary school and why she stayed in her community because of the educational opportunities despite initial racial profiling she received.
Speed Leas talks about his distinguished career as a United Church of Christ minister. Throughout his career he made significant contributions to civil rights and peace making in the communities in which he served, as well as within the many...
Mother and father of teens talk about the positive change in their children after they changed schools with their move.
Ms. Ford talks about her move from Oak Cliff to another part of the City of Dallas with her housing choice voucher two daughters. While her children do well in school, Ms. Ford has her eyes set on the degree...
Kendra talks her about her move from Mississippi with her housing voucher seeking better education opportunities for her two children, which she found in Little Elm, TX, where her young son loves being able to walk to school and ride...