Housing was a key part of King's vision for economic justice, but most black Americans don't own homes.
Tiny house advocates say they're reducing their ecological footprints, but the extremely rich beneficiaries of this concentration pose a greater threat to our environment.
Development projects in cities across the nation are trying to drive out low-income residents, but local activists are taking control with community-based solutions that are beneficial to everyone.
It would take the average black family 228 years to accrue the same amount of wealth that white families have today.
People with working-class jobs in U.S. beach towns and ski resorts are getting pushed away by exorbitant housing costs.
Growing up in a diverse and wealthy neighborhood put me on the road to reach my potential.
An innovative new program helps low-income families become homeowners while engaging in social change.
As rent prices soar in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood, JPNet's State of Our Neighborhood forum helps to give community residents and merchants a voice.
Our tax code pads the bottom line of the Americans who need help the least.
An IPS and DC Community Cinema preview that includes the story of a factory worker training for a non-union job that pays a third of her former wage and that she must land before unemployment benefits expire.