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A few things about segregation

I can’t even keep up with all the discussion, critiques, and calls for desegregating our public schools — and that’s a good thing.

Errol Louis calls out limousine NYC liberals on MLK Day: 322 more words


Grenfell Tower of despair forces inspections that find most similar structures are just as dangerous

Do some underpaid public officials and greedy politicians take money from developers to look the other way?

Do fish swim?

The result of such official larceny can be tragedy. 533 more words


2012 Offset Litigation Update

This update is for the plaintiffs of the 2017 judgment on the 2012 public housing offset litigation (the first round of litigation.)

The Department of Justice (DOJ) sent a request to the Judgment Fund for the payment of damages on December 21, 2017, for all but 23 of the plaintiffs. 158 more words

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Master agreement signed to remodel, expand Mayor Wright Homes

It’s one of the oldest and largest public housing properties in the state.

Mayor Wright Homes in Kalihi will be redeveloped after being built in 1953 and modernized in 1984. 262 more words


HUD Announces FY 2017 FSS Awards

On Friday, December 15, HUD announced $75 million in awards for the Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program for the public housing, housing choice voucher, and project-based rental assistance programs. 101 more words

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