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Prof. Troutt at the Regional Fair Housing & Equity Assessment Workshop

CLiME Director Daivd Troutt will provide an overview account of government data trends at the Regional Fair Housing and Equity Assessment Workshop Friday, November 22, 2013 at the Bloustein School at Rutgers University. The workshop will bring together stakeholders and subject matter experts in the region to learn about the analysis to date and help guide the project.

 

The Fair Housing and Equity Assessment (FHEA) is a process to develop an analysis of segregation, racial and ethnic concentrations of poverty, access to areas of high "opportunity," distribution of planned and recent infrastructure investments, and other regulatory and private market barriers to fair housing choice in the Together North Jersey region.

 

More information on the Regional Fair Housing and Equity Assessment Workshop can be found here.