All talks will take place from 12:30-2:00pm in room 9-255 and are open to the public.
Tuesday, September 13:
Searching for Fair Housing
Lee Fennell, University of Chicago School of Law
Discussant: Bill Fischel, Dartmouth Economics Department
Friday, September 16:
HUD’s AFFH rule: what does it mean for local governments?
Raphael Bostic, USC Price School of Public Policy and Former HUD Assistant Secretary
Discussant: Jeff Lubell, About Associates
Tuesday, September 20:
HUD’s AFFH rule: what does it mean for community developers?
Ed Goetz, University of Minnesota
Discussant: David Harris
Tuesday, October 4:
Gentrification: increasing or decreasing racial integration?
Vicki Been, NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development
Discussant: Janine Anzalota, Executive Director City of Boston Office of Fair Housing and Equity
Tuesday, October 18:
Next Steps for Fair Housing after the AFFH Rule
Phil Tegeler, Poverty, Race, Research Action Council
Discussant: Chrystal Kornegay, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
Ezra Haber Glenn, AICP
Department of Urban Studies and Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave., Room 7-337
Cambridge, MA 02139
http://dusp.mit.edu/faculty/ezra-glenn | http://eglenn.scripts.mit.edu/citystate/