Learn how implementing HUD requirement can help build a stronger, more inclusive city

Learn about a Department of Housing and Urban Development equitable growth policy that can help build a stronger, more inclusive city. The HUD rule will be featured at a webinar from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 20.

The Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule provides spatial data and a planning process to ensure federal investments go toward ensuring all people can live in communities of opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, physical ability or family status. You’ll learn about the status of this policy from national expert Harriet Tregoning, who oversaw the implementation of the rule while at HUD, and hear directly from practitioners and advocates who have already implemented the rule in three diverse cities: Philadelphia; Kansas City, Missouri; and Wilmington, North Carolina.

The webinar is part of the #CitiesResist series by the Government Alliance on Racial Equity in partnership with PolicyLink. The City is part of a cohort of 17 governmental jurisdictions focused on advancing racial equity with training offered by the Government Alliance on Racial Equity and League of Minnesota Cities.

To log in to the webinar, visit http://www.racialequityalliance.org/event/webinar-citiesresist-three-communities-implementing-huds-affirmatively-furthering-fair-housing-commitment/.  

Published Mar 22, 2017

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