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  1. Housing as Infrastucture: A Rural Road Trip Proposal for Ben Carson (Mar 24, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  2. Where Do We Go From Here? Toward a New Freedom Budget (Mar 23, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  3. How to Reduce Crime with #SafetyPartners (Mar 22, 2017, LISC)
  4. Homeownership Equity Depends on Racially Equitable Policy (Mar 22, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  5. “What Was Done, Was Done Right” (Mar 21, 2017, LISC)
  6. When Police Are Problem Solvers (Mar 21, 2017, LISC)
  7. Who Counts as a “Homeless” Child? It Matters (Mar 17, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  8. Book Review: How to Do Creative Placemaking (Mar 17, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  9. Context for the Racial Wealth Divide May Free American Minds, and Mindsets (Mar 16, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  10. A Call for a Sensible Federal Budget (Mar 15, 2017, LISC)
  11. The What, Why and How of Community Policing: An Officer’s View (Mar 15, 2017, LISC)
  12. Tax Credits Play A Critical Role in Economic Development (Mar 15, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  13. Bank of America Helps LISC Drive Economic Opportunity (Mar 14, 2017, LISC)
  14. Crime Hotspots Need Investments, Not Just Policing (Mar 13, 2017, LISC)
  15. LISC Board Chair Robert Rubin: Anti-Poverty Programs Keep the Economy Intact (Mar 13, 2017, LISC)
  16. Tenant Organizing From the Ground Up (Mar 10, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  17. When Hospitals Reach Out to Help Heal Communities (Mar 9, 2017, LISC)
  18. Preliminary HUD Budget Shows Carson Lied in His Confirmation Hearing Too (Mar 9, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  19. Navigating a Passage Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Mar 8, 2017, LISC)
  20. Millennial Women and Retirement Savings: Start Where You Are (Mar 8, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  21. Honoring the Work of Women, at LISC and Beyond (Mar 7, 2017, LISC)
  22. Making a “Deliberate” Strike on Inequity in D.C. (Mar 7, 2017, LISC)
  23. Disclosure Remains Our Right (Mar 6, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  24. A Model for Closing the Longevity Gap (Mar 2, 2017, LISC)
  25. Carson Confirmed. So About Those Other HUD Jobs… (Mar 2, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  26. Arts in Public Schools: Essential. Life Saving. (Mar 2, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  27. Not Your Average JOE (Mar 1, 2017, LISC)
  28. VASH and LIHTC Can Work Together to Support Veterans in Housing and Beyond (Mar 1, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  29. NEF’s Debbie Burkart Ranks High in the Affordable Housing World (Feb 28, 2017, LISC)
  30. Making It Easier to Build Won’t Generate Affordable Units (Feb 28, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  31. How Data Disclosure Will Help Prevent the Next Financial Crisis (Feb 23, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  32. Putting Housing Back at the Forefront of the National Conversation (Feb 23, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  33. Forging a Crucial Connection between Black History and the Present (Feb 21, 2017, LISC)
  34. LISC Announces Pay for Success Partners (Feb 21, 2017, LISC)
  35. Opportunity for All Demands Inclusion of All (Feb 21, 2017, LISC)
  36. Forging a Crucial Connection between Black History and the Present (Feb 21, 2017, LISC)
  37. Ramping Up Research (Feb 21, 2017, LISC)
  38. Why Aren’t We Building Middle Income Housing? (Feb 21, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  39. Community Organizing: Integrating a Woman’s Approach (Feb 17, 2017, ShelterForce)
  40. Shelterforce Stands in Solidarity with #F17 (Feb 17, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  41. Small Businesses Grow Big Opportunity in the Bay Area (Feb 16, 2017, LISC)
  42. Should Online Shopping Change How We Use Space? (Feb 16, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  43. Art Matters—In Rural Classrooms and Beyond (Feb 15, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  44. A ‘Honeymoon’ for New Businesses in Jacksonville (Feb 14, 2017, LISC)
  45. Housing and The “Flyover” Mentality (Feb 14, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  46. Tenant Protections Are a Cornerstone to Solving the Housing Crisis (Feb 13, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  47. Three Dangers and an Opportunity (Feb 10, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  48. New Bills Would Enforce Ignorance on State of Housing Opportunity (Feb 9, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  49. Not All Asian Elderly Are Well Off (Feb 8, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  50. Houston, It’s Time to Stop Accommodating Segregation (Feb 7, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  51. A Personal Stake in Housing the Homeless (Feb 5, 2017, LISC)
  52. Nonprofits—Yes You Can Advocate. And Now’s The Time (Feb 2, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  53. Fair Housing is NOT War on the Suburbs (Feb 1, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  54. Not Your Average Community Garden (Jan 31, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  55. Interview, Rinku Sen, president and executive director of Race Forward & publisher of Colorlines.com (Jan 27, 2017, ShelterForce)
  56. Tapping a Neighborhood’s Potential for Healthy Living (Jan 26, 2017, LISC)
  57. A Community Planning Process—Even A Good One—Is Not Enough (Jan 26, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  58. OCC Moving Steadily Forward on Fintechs—Is This a Good Thing? (Jan 24, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  59. CFPB: Government for the People (Jan 23, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  60. Organizing Will Win (Jan 20, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  61. Five for the Frontlines: 2016’s Best Books to Prepare for the Fight Ahead (Jan 19, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  62. Looking at Places Through Artists’ Eyes (Jan 19, 2017, ShelterForce)
  63. An Appetite for Art in Small Town Minnesota (Jan 19, 2017, ShelterForce)
  64. The Best Way to Score a Touchdown in Communities? Show Up for the Game. (Jan 18, 2017, LISC)
  65. In Troubled Times, Taking Stock of Our Community Wealth (Jan 17, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  66. The President as Developer-in-Chief (Jan 13, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  67. “Home Court” Advantage Coming to Six More Communities (Jan 12, 2017, LISC)
  68. Carson Tries to Please Everyone in Confirmation Hearing, Mostly Succeeds (Jan 12, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  69. Time for a Job Guarantee (Jan 12, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  70. Mapping Life and Death (Jan 11, 2017, LISC)
  71. GOP Tax Plan Takes Mortgage Interest Deduction Unfairness Off the Charts (Jan 11, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  72. GOP Tax Plan Takes Mortgage Interest Deduction Unfairness Off the Charts (Jan 11, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  73. Honoring Dr. King’s Call to Service (Jan 10, 2017, LISC)
  74. New Fund Fuels Rural Economic Growth (Jan 10, 2017, LISC)
  75. A Resource for Well-Meaning Landlords (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  76. Bringing Together Arts and Community Development (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  77. Preserving the Character of Little Tokyo (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  78. Keeping Your Artists Close to Home (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  79. Q: Is scattered-site rehab always more expensive than new construction? (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  80. Creating Miles of Art in the Mile High City (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  81. Affordable Housing and . . . a Museum (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  82. A Tale of Two Murals (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  83. Working with Local Artists (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  84. Poetry on the Panel (Jan 10, 2017, ShelterForce)
  85. Poem: “Tires Stacked in the Hallways of Civilization” (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  86. Poem: “What Must Be Done” (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  87. Flipping the Script (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  88. Art Just Became Even More Essential (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  89. Exploring Foreclosure Through Art (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  90. Myths and Realities About Cycles: Avoiding the Inevitability Trap (Jan 9, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  91. Poem: “This Yes” (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  92. Interview with Rip Rapson, president and CEO of the Kresge Foundation (Jan 9, 2017, ShelterForce)
  93. Digging up Big Opportunity in Chicago’s Empty Lots (Jan 8, 2017, LISC)
  94. Not All Artists Are Young. Or Childless. (Jan 5, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  95. The Real Social Engineering Ben Carson Needs to Address (Jan 5, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  96. Worker Co-ops: Hope in the Desert (Jan 4, 2017, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  97. Take the Best of Public Housing, And Make More (Dec 29, 2016, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  98. Advocates, Have You Created A Judgment-Free Zone? (Dec 28, 2016, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  99. You’ve Seen This Movie Before. You Know What to Do (Dec 22, 2016, Rooflines: The Shelterforce Blog)
  100. Top 10 LISC Stories in 2016 (Dec 21, 2016, LISC)

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