A little-known but powerful board steers affordable housing into segregated, poor neighborhoods where Black children have little chance to reach the middle class
‘Preach now or mourn in the future’: How Key West faith leaders are confronting climate change
An island city’s billion-dollar route to climate resilience will need residential buy-in to succeed. Local places of worship could be pivotal.
Louisiana’s new hurricane survivor sheltering program could be a model for the future
The Hurricane Ida Sheltering Program aims to create temporary options closer to home as residents navigate federal aid programs.
N.C. Latinx residents on grassroots, policy solutions to the housing crisis
Southerly and Enlace Latino NC hosted a panel with residents and advocates of community-owned mobile home parks.
Community-owned mobile parks keep eviction at bay. Can they work in North Carolina?
Although Southern states hold the largest share of manufactured housing (mobile homes) in the country, few communities are resident-owned, leaving them vulnerable to developers, and eviction.
N.C. mobile home park residents forced to uproot their home, lives during eviction crisis
A community of homeowners will soon have to move from the land they’ve leased for decades—with nowhere to go.
‘The water’s coming in’: How Grand Isle residents are coping as their home washes into the sea
Without more sand, Louisiana’s barrier islands are shrinking at a rapid rate as sea levels rise, and becoming more costly to maintain. This story was published in collaboration with Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate and freelance photographer Virginia Hanusik, and is part of the Pulitzer Center’s Connected Coastlines reporting initiative. Jean Landry sits on […]