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The Future of Fair Housing and Fair Credit: From Crisis to Opportunity, Symposium: New Strategies in Fair Housing
Cleveland State Law Review
  • John A. Powell, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Ohio State University
  • Jason Reece
Publication Date
1-1-2009
Abstract

The following paper provides an assessment of the current housing and credit crisis from a racial justice lens. The paper explores how race was interwoven into the current crisis and demonstrates the racialized impacts of the housing and credit crisis. We also explore some of the current challenges facing fair housing in our society, presenting concepts and models of reform to promote true integration with opportunity. We close with a new paradigm for addressing fair housing in the future and utilizing the opportunities presented by this crisis to produce a fair housing opportunity and a just society for all.

Citation Information
John A. Powell and Jason Reece. "The Future of Fair Housing and Fair Credit: From Crisis to Opportunity, Symposium: New Strategies in Fair Housing" (2009) p. 209
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_powell/13/