November
30

JCHS Presents: Can We Finally Close Racial Homeownership Gaps? Insights from Three New Initiatives

Partner Events

Hosted by Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies: The persistent and substantial gap in homeownership rates between white households and households of color has greatly contributed to growing wealth disparities. Several promising new efforts attempt to address the underlying issues through comprehensive, race-conscious, place-based initiatives that have been developed and implemented in collaborative ways.

Join us for a conversation with the leaders of three efforts to close these gaps: Nikitra Bailey (National Fair Housing Alliance), Doreen Graves (Convergence Memphis), and Chrystal Kornegay (MassHousing). Chris Herbert, Managing Director of the Center, will moderate.

November 30, 1:30pm, Online Event RSVP
November 30
Partner Events

JCHS Presents: Can We Finally Close Racial Homeownership Gaps? Insights from Three New Initiatives

November 30, 1:30pm, at Online Event RSVP

Hosted by Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies: The persistent and substantial gap in homeownership rates between white households and households of color has greatly contributed to growing wealth disparities. Several promising new efforts attempt to address the underlying issues through comprehensive, race-conscious, place-based initiatives that have been developed and implemented in collaborative ways.

Join us for a conversation with the leaders of three efforts to close these gaps: Nikitra Bailey (National Fair Housing Alliance), Doreen Graves (Convergence Memphis), and Chrystal Kornegay (MassHousing). Chris Herbert, Managing Director of the Center, will moderate.