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The Inclusive Communities Project Announces its New Theory of Change

ANNOUNCEMENT! ICP begins Mobilizing Support in High-Growth Suburban Dallas to Overcome Housing Barriers Over the past months, the Inclusive Communities Project’s (ICP) leadership has engaged in a strategic planning process designed to allow ICP to continue serving its mission while updating its theory of change, one that reflects the affordable and fair housing conditions in the Dallas, TX region. For […]

New Housing Search Resource: Maps & Data Showing Crime Near City of Dallas Low-income Housing Tax Credit Complexes

     Last week Daniel & Beshara, P.C. released maps and data showing the levels of crime with which many City of Dallas low-income renters, including housing choice voucher holders, must bear.  In most cases, residents endure living around crime brought by those not living in or near their homes. While the City of Dallas faces increasing levels of violent […]

Latino Urbanism: An Evening with James Rojas, Urban Planner and Pioneer

(click the image to go to Eventbrite and reserve your free spot) Latino Urbanism: Equitable Planning & Inclusion of Neighborhoods with Rich Heritage An Evening with James Rojas, Urban Planner and Pioneer March 26, 2019, 6– 7PM, Dallas West Branch Library, 2332 Singleton Blvd., Dallas Please join us for this enlightening conversation. Urbanismo Latino: Planificación Equitativa y la Inclusión de Barrios con […]

Redlining, Discrimination, & Segregation: A Community Conversation Featuring the Author of The Color of Law Richard Rothstein

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Newly Published Book–The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America

The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America, by Richard Rothstein, has been praised by leading scholars and civil rights attorneys.  The book includes a photo of ICP’s founder, Elizabeth K. Julian, and ICP client Ms. Bernistine Williams.  

Snapshot: Tax Credits’ Revitalization Outcomes

The use of Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) alone have not resulted in revitalized neighborhoods. Daniel & Beshara, P.C.’s analysis explores the impacts high concentrations of LIHTC housing. Hatcher Square PowerPoint

The “Affordable Housing Industrial Complex”

Betsy Julian

ICP Founder & Senior Counsel, Elizabeth Julian, discusses the “Affordable Housing Industrial Complex” in her article, Making Wrong Right: The Search for a Durable Urban Policy for Policy and Race Research Action Council.