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The National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities

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State of the Field Scan

First of its kind, our State of the Field Scan on Social Dynamics in Mixed-Income Developments features comprehensive information on thirty-one mixed-income developments in the U.S. and Canada. Click on the image for the full report.

NIMC NEWS AND UPDATES

New article on race in mixed-income developments

Nov 7 2014

New co-authored article, “The Enduring Significance of Race in Mixed-Income Developments” by NIMC Director, Mark Joseph and colleagues Amy Khare and Robert Chaskin from the University of Chicago was recently published in Urban Affairs Review. Drawing on data from a multiyear research study of three mixed-income developments in Chicago, the authors examine how race impacts the everyday life and experiences of residents in mixed-income developments, in addition to the interracial and intraracial social dynamics within the predominantly African-American neighborhoods. Mixed-income developments are designed along the lines of income and housing tenure, but discussion around the significance of race has been largely absent. The authors hope to bring attention to the issues of race, racial tensions and perceived discrimination in mixed-income developments so that future policies and practices around public housing redevelopment take a race-conscious approach.

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Mark Joseph at HUD

Mark Joseph, Director of NIMC, defines success in mixed-income development in 15 minutes at the HUD PD&R Quarterly Meeting in 2013

 Our work is funded by:

The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Campaign for HOPESF
The American City Coalition
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing

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