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Equitable Neighborhood Development

NALCAB San Antonio, TX

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Marla Bilonick, President and CEO of NALCAB, presents a crucial strategy in the fight against displacement: proactive identification of gentrification patterns. In her article, Marla discusses NALCAB's neighborhood trend analytical framework, comprising key indicators like home values, rent prices, income levels, and demographic shifts.

Long Beach Residents Empowered (LiBRE) Long Beach, CA

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Sylvanna Uribe's article dives into the impactful work of Long Beach Residents Empowered (LiBRE), a NALCAB member. Founded in 2016, LiBRE tackles pressing housing issues plaguing renters, from unjust rent hikes to unsafe living conditions. Sylvanna highlights LiBRE's multifaceted approach, which includes educating renters on their rights, fostering leadership skills among tenants for political advocacy, and innovating affordable housing solutions.

NALCAB San Antonio, TX

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Marla Bilonick, President and CEO of NALCAB, presents a crucial strategy in the fight against displacement: proactive identification of gentrification patterns. In her article, Marla discusses NALCAB's neighborhood trend analytical framework, comprising key indicators like home values, rent prices, income levels, and demographic shifts.

Long Beach Residents Empowered (LiBRE) Long Beach, CA

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Sylvanna Uribe's article dives into the impactful work of Long Beach Residents Empowered (LiBRE), a NALCAB member. Founded in 2016, LiBRE tackles pressing housing issues plaguing renters, from unjust rent hikes to unsafe living conditions. Sylvanna highlights LiBRE's multifaceted approach, which includes educating renters on their rights, fostering leadership skills among tenants for political advocacy, and innovating affordable housing solutions.

Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) San Francisco, CA

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Christina Tetreault, Director of Marketing and Communications at Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), unveils the rich history of Latino resilience in San Francisco's Mission district. Against the backdrop of redlining and urban renewal threats in the postwar era, Latino residents found solace and solidarity in the Mission. Tetreault recounts the community's fierce resistance against proposed high-rise developments, a pivotal moment that started MEDA in 1973. With roots deeply embedded in activism, MEDA continues its mission to empower low-income and immigrant Latinos, ensuring their voices shape the narrative of the neighborhood's future, preserving its vibrant heritage for generations to come.

Allapattah Collaborative CDC Miami, FL

Equitable Neighborhood Development

In her article, Mileyka Burgos-Flores, Executive Director of member, Allapattah Collaborative CDC, dives into the challenges facing the community of Allapattah in northwest Miami. With a rich tapestry woven by generations of Dominican immigrants, Allapattah stands as a beacon of vibrancy and resilience. However, beneath its bustling surface lies the looming threat of gentrification. Read more

Avanzando Juntos | Growing Together Tulsa, Oklahoma

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Construyendo Tulsa is an initiative developed in 2022 in response to the Hispanic contractor community in Tulsa, OK. Construction business owners approached Avanzando Juntos about difficulties with city registration, permitting, insurance, and building a project pipeline.

Fundación Bucarabón Maricao, Puerto Rico

Equitable Neighborhood Development

La Fundación Bucarabón sigue trabajando para aportar al crecimiento social y económico de Maricao desde su sede en el barrio Bucarabones, en la antigua escuela Segunda Unidad Francisco Vincenty, rescatada por esta organización sin fines de lucro para crear un centro comunitario.

Mi Casa, Inc. Washington, DC

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Como parte de su compromiso de $30B para ayudar a avanzar hacia la equidad racial, JP Morgan Chase está trabajando con Mi Casa, Inc para abordar la brecha en la disponibilidad de viviendas a precios asequibles.

Homewise Santa Fe, NM

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Homewise has operated a local version of a homeownership voucher idea in New Mexico for years and has helped thousands of new buyers with down payment assistance, from Albuquerque to high-cost Santa Fe.

Come Dream. Come Build Brownsville, TX

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Acquired with support from NALCAB's Catalyst Fund, the historic downtown bank building will be rehabilitated into permanent affordable housing and a grocery store.

NALCAB San Antonio, TX

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Supported by NALCAB and led by UTSA’s Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research, “Comfort Vision 2050” offers the Hill Country community of Comfort a bottom-up, grassroots approach to urban planning that acknowledges the residents’ recent decision to resist incorporation.

The Allapattah Collaborative CDC Miami, FL

Equitable Neighborhood Development

For many commercial districts, the displacement of long-standing businesses and residents due to gentrification looms as an all-too-real threat. To prevent this  in Miami's Allapattah district, the Allapattah Collaborative CDC has created an Equitable Development Action Plan.

Avenue CDC Houston, Texas

Equitable Neighborhood Development

In 2018, with support from NALCAB, Avenue created a pilot prefabricated, also known as modular construction, project design in the heart of the Northline neighborhood. The success of the project sparked interest in constructing accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in the community as a means of creating affordable housing on existing home sites and helping residents remain in their homes by providing an additional way to generate income.