Zoom Logo

Race and Smart Growth- DVSGA Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Jarrodd Davis
33:48
Sign up for Andre Perry (April 13): https://conta.cc/3byhakj
Jarrodd Davis
34:27
Sign up for Charles Brown (May 13): https://conta.cc/30uPMgL
Jarrodd Davis
57:27
Please feel free to leave your questions in the chat for David to ask Akira
Peggy J. Ostrom Schultz
59:06
To what extent, if any, do you think that inclusionary zoning (as in Oregon and Minneapolis) is helpful in developing equity? Could you do it in Philadelphia?
Christine Hough
59:11
I have to hop off for another meeting. Great content, thank you!
EBONI HAWKINS
01:00:15
Nashville is at the point, too.
alisonjoyce
01:01:12
Thanks so much for creating this opportunity to learn. What is one policy you wish you could enact today? Doesn’t have to be a policy that is actually on the horizon, can just be a dream policy.
Francisco Lovera
01:01:21
is there a way to improve neighborhoods (stressed) with amenities that can be embraced by the community and minimize gentrification? Similar to Gil Penalosa's vision
Jason Duckworth
01:04:27
Q. Cities and regions with the greatest land use controls have been tended to be coastal areas that now have serious housing affordability problems (e.g. Boston, California). It seems that our land use regulations are better at suppressing housing supply, than promoting equitable housing supply. How can our regulations better promote equitable growth and not just suppress it?
Mark Evans
01:05:11
What are some constructive examples from across the country of how the dominance of single family zoning can change to become more equitable and less racialized?
EBONI HAWKINS
01:08:30
@Mark - I also highly recommend the talk by Dr. Destiny Thomas from last fall.
EBONI HAWKINS
01:09:01
https://vimeo.com/468944782
EBONI HAWKINS
01:09:12
RE: Single Family Housing
Karin Morris
01:09:44
Regarding the cities with the largest gains in black suburbanites, is that fueled by wealth, cost of housing, specific policy, or overall percentage of black population?
EBONI HAWKINS
01:11:38
@Karin - every city is different but anecdotally, I hear a fair amount in the Chicago area about A: crime and B: education
EBONI HAWKINS
01:13:27
@Karin - https://www.nareb.com/where-black-homeownership-is-the-norm-several-chicago-suburbs-are-exceptions-to-the-national-trend/
Karin Morris
01:15:45
Thanks Eboni
Jeff Bross
01:16:51
Love statement that renters are a class unto themselves....
Mark Evans
01:17:09
Thank you Eboni
EBONI HAWKINS
01:19:21
I'm also a huge fan of Kronberg Wall - based in Atlanta - if you're not already familiar with their re-imagining of lots - beautiful well designed presentation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6evl6j1tjtwo9ax/2018_09_28%20Combined%20Presentation_FINAL.pdf?dl=0
EBONI HAWKINS
01:20:03
@Karin @Mark - welcome! hope it adds to thoughts if you haven't already seen!
Akira Rodriguez (She/Her)
01:21:30
thanks to Eboni for answering these questions lol!
EBONI HAWKINS
01:21:46
:)
EBONI HAWKINS
01:24:04
+++ I'm not super hopeful but it would be so helpful if people were able to parse out housing as home (exchange value) and home as investment/wealth creation (market value)… but we already know. ;)
M Lowrey
01:26:01
Thanks to DVSGA, DVRPC, and Prof Rodriguez
Jarrodd Davis
01:26:09
Sign up for Andre Perry (April 13): https://conta.cc/3byhakj
Jared Green
01:26:14
This was excellent!
Andrew Svekla
01:26:24
Great conversation, thanks everyone.
Jarrodd Davis
01:26:25
Sign up for Charles Brown (May 13): https://conta.cc/30uPMgL
Akira Rodriguez (She/Her)
01:26:26
thank you everyone! Thank also to Jarrodd for recommending me to Jason! Hi to Eboni, Chaeri and Alisa!!! and Maddy!
Akira Rodriguez (She/Her)
01:26:29
<3 to my students!