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By Rachelle Levitt Article provided by HUD User Recently, I learned that the television program Sesame Street is exploring homelessness and its effect on children. The show is reintroducing Lily, a 7-year-old who first joined the cast in 2011 as a character whose family didn’t consistently have enough food to eat. In a story arc that will be presented on YouTube, Lily’s family will come to Sesame Street to stay with friends after losing their apartment. In a press release highlighting the importance … read more

Provided by HUD User When Walton House opened its doors in July 2018 in the Bronx, it launched a community that even its founders did not originally anticipate. Serving a mix of housing-insecure veterans and young adults (40 percent of whom identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender), Walton House’s 89 units of affordable supportive housing provide a stable platform for helping people recover from past traumas and rebuild their lives. In addition to advancing the goals of the development … read more

Reposted with permission from Luke Klipp, our Education Director Lately I’ve been wondering, “why YIMBY?” As in, why do I not only care so much about cities, but also that others may also share in the experiences that they provide? And why are my blind spots so glaring (and what can I do about them)? A recent write-up by Strong Towns’ Chuck Marohn got me thinking about my own place and space, and why I keep coming back to caring about issues … read more

Sacramento, CA and Los Angeles – California YIMBY and Abundant Housing LA offer the following joint response to the vote of the Los Angeles City Council to oppose SB 50, the More HOMES Act: “California YIMBY is proud of our work with advocates across Los Angeles, and around the state, to ensure that Senate Bill 50 — the More HOMES Act — does what it is designed to do: Help accelerate progress in solving our historic housing crisis,” said Brian … read more