TIME FOR A NEW DEAL FOR
As a nation, we have the power and resources to make sure that every one of us has a place to call home.
It's time for a New Deal on Housing Justice.
CONTRIBUTORS TO this PLayBOOK
New Deal for Housing Justice is the result of the input, expertise, and lived experience of the many collaborators who participated in the process. First and foremost, the recommendations presented in this document are rooted in the more than 400 ideas shared by grassroots leaders and advocates in response to an open call for input launched early in the project. More than 100 stakeholder interviews were conducted during the development of the recommendations, and the following people provided external review: Afua Atta-Mensah, Rebecca Cokley, Natalie Donlin-Zappella, Edward Golding, Megan Haberle, Priya Jayachandran, Richard Kahlenberg, Mark Kudlowitz, Sunaree Marshall, Craig Pollack, Vincent J. Reina, Sherry Riva, Heather Schwartz, Thomas Silverstein, Philip Tegeler, and Larry Vale.
Lynn M. Ross, Founder and Principal, Spirit for Change Consulting
Beth Dever, Senior Project Manager, BRicK Partners LLC
Jeremie Greer, Co-Founder/Co-Executive Director, Liberation in a Generation
Nicholas Kelly, PhD Candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Rasmia Kirmani-Frye, Founder and Principal, Big Urban Problem Solving Consulting
Lindsay Knotts, Independent Consultant and former USICH Policy Director
Alanna McCargo, Vice President, Housing Finance Policy Center, Urban Institute
Ann Oliva, Visiting Senior Fellow, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Daniel Pang, Research Assistant, Housing Finance Policy Center, Urban Institute
Maya Rupert, Political Strategist and Writer
Robin Snyderman, Principal, BRicK Partners LLC
Michael A. Spotts, President, Neighborhood Fundamentals, LLC
Caitlin Young, Research Assistant, Housing Finance Policy Center, Urban Institute
Mariia Zimmerman, Principal, MZ Strategies, LLC