Dr. Susan Saegert publishes piece on low income housing policy

Susan Saegert, faculty and chair of the Environmental Psychology program at the CUNY Graduate Center, recently published a piece entitled: ‘Interrupting Inequality: Crisis and Opportunity in Low-Income Housing Policy‘ for Metropoliticsa peer-reviewed online journal that specializes in publishing concise pieces on pressing urban issues.  In her piece, Saegert discusses past approaches to housing lower income households and discusses the potential for shared-equity homeownership (SEH) models, in particular community land trusts (CLTs) to better address the housing needs of these households and broader communities.


This piece corresponds to a longer piece Saegert presented at the RC-43 Conference: Housing and the Built Environment of the International Sociological Association held in Amsterdam on July 11, 2014.  Here for the longer version.

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