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institutional racism, economy, city planning: products of


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33
School:
University of New Orleans
Course:
Urbn 1000 - Introduction to Cities

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URBN 1000 Introduction to Cities Part 4 Urban Issues Housing and Planning Class Outline Housing 101 Housing and income Federal Housing Acts of 1930s Public housing Housing and racism Housing categories Owner occupied Emphasis on homeownership National bias towards ownership Tax incentives towards ownership Houses condos townhouses Rental year lease month to month lease Publicly owned housing or public housing Assisted living senior housing Group homes institutions http www theadvocate com new orleans news business article d 2697796 6860 11e6 98ab 5bcccc227433 html sr source lift amplif y NOLA Real Estate How does housing reflect income Cost of house itself depends on location and size 2 3 of all householders are homeowners 1 3 are renters Access to goods and services such as grocery stores hospitals libraries entertainment green spaces Housing as asset biggest indicator of wealth in the U S is owning a house homeownership 75 of whites own homes 46 for blacks 49 for Hispanics Intergenerational transfer of wealth Investment renovations selling it during an economic boom Funding Public Education Locally property taxes fund public schools 1991 range 3000 15000 student Unlike affluent communities poorer urban neighborhoods lack the tax base to provide adequate per student expenditures even with additional state aid Detroit 2010 closed 25 of its 172 public schools due to lack of funding Social stratification Social stratification the ranking of people into a social hierarchy based upon their access to resources in society Income the earnings of a family eg 45 000 yr Wealth income lifestyle assets US has the most unequal distribution of wealth in the West Wealth marketable assets real estate property stocks cars boats investments etc biggest indicator of wealth home ownership Housing crisis of 2007 2012 10 million foreclosures 2007 2010 Poverty poverty line for a family of 4 in U S in 2010 22 314 Housing affordability Cost burdened Paying 30 of your income for housing is cost burdened according to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development aka HUD But 30 of 1000 is not equal to 30 of 5000 A family with one full time wage earner earning minimum wage cannot find an affordable 2 bedroom apartment anywhere in the U S Housing cost burdened in New Orleans Number ofMedian Annual Affordable rent Workers Earnings utilities Food preparation and serving related occupations Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations 20 829 17 608 440 11 217 19 471 487 Personal care and service occupations 11 524 19 585 490 Healthcare support occupations Fire fighting and prevention and other protective service workers including supervisors Material moving workers Office and administrative support occupations Motor vehicle operators Community and social services occupations 7 795 22 864 572 5 131 27 654 691 5 578 27 808 695 54 474 28 859 721 8 793 31 150 779 6 873 34 837 871 Federal Housing Policies 101 1930s Great Depression and federal government initiatives



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