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Uprooting the Structural Drivers of Health Inequity: Policy Solutions to Advance Housing Justice
POLICY SOLUTIONS TO ADVANCE HOUSING JUSTICE is the sixth and final episode in ChangeLab Solutions’ virtual discussion series Uprooting the Structural Drivers of Health Inequity.

Access to stable, safe, and affordable housing is critical to leading a healthy life, but our housing system has a history of discrimination — from past policies like redlining and racial covenants to current policies such as exclusionary single-family zoning. Discriminatory policies have perpetuated the disparities in housing access we see today. To disrupt these patterns of injustice, we must address the drivers of health inequity in the housing system.

In this 75-minute episode, our panelists will explore how structural discrimination has contributed to our current housing crisis. Using real-world examples, they will discuss strategies for navigating legal and policy barriers to housing equity such as preemption and eviction.

This webinar is for members of community organizations, anchor institutions, and local governments who want to learn about new tools and practices to prioritize racial equity in local housing policy. Tune in for innovative solutions that promote more equitable health and housing outcomes.


• Nestor Davidson, professor of law and director, Urban Law Center, Fordham University School of Law
• Kristin Maun, director of housing development and incentives, Tulsa Authority for Economic Opportunity
• Zach Neumann, executive director and co-founder, COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project
• Gregory Miao, senior attorney, ChangeLab Solutions (moderator)


Aug 16, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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