Review of Policy Effects on Black Families and Children: Advancing the Black Child National Agenda

Apr 10, 2024
Catherine, E., Alexander, B., Iruka, I.U., Meek, S., & Edwards, M.C. (April, 2024). Review of Policy Effects on Black Families and Children: Advancing the Black Child National Agenda. Equity Research Action Coalition at UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Devel
In this new report, The Children’s Equity Project and the Equity Research Action Coalition review the impacts of several social policies across health, education, housing, and income/wealth- on Black children and families. This report advances the Black Child National Agenda, developed in 2021 by

Natural Hazards and Federally Assisted Housing (NHPD)

Nov 14, 2023
A joint report by The Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation & The National Low Income Housing Coalition
As the frequency and severity of weather and climate hazards rises, fully understanding and planning for their potential impact on affordable housing is critical. This report examines the risks that natural hazards pose to federally assisted housing and its residents using Federal Emergency Managem

2022 Federal Broadband Funding Report: Investing in Internet for All

May 8, 2023
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The 2022 Federal Broadband Funding Report summarizes and analyzes FY21 data collected from across the federal government. Broadband funding under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law was appropriated in FY22 and will be included as part of the 2023 Report.

‘We are outraged’: Youth and Allies Against Homelessness studies effects of COVID-19 on unhoused youth

May 17, 2023
UC Berkeley's Youth Allies Against Homelessness for The Daily Californian
Researchers at UC Berkeley’s Youth and Allies Against Homelessness, or YAAH, conducted a study to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affected unhoused youth and their ability to transition out of homelessness and into adulthood.

Community Eligibility: The Key to Hunger-Free Schools, School Year 2022–2023

May 1, 2023
Food Research & Action Center
During the 2022–2023 school year, there was a significant increase in the number of schools and districts participating in community eligibility, according to FRAC’s latest report, Community Eligibility: The Key to Hunger-Free Schools, School Year 2022–2023. This report analyzes community eligibi

Examining the Mental Health of Early Childhood Professionals and Children Early in the Pandemic

May 17, 2023
Cinthia Palomino, PhD, Ayse Cobanoglu, PhD, Jennifer Oppenheim, PsyD, Evandra Catherinr, PhD, Shantel Meek, PhD, Walter Gilliam, PhD, Eric Bucher, EdD for Children's Equity Project
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life for children and families globally.

Notes from the March 9, 2023 Tenant-Based Committee Meeting

Updates & Announcements

  • New Committee Sharepoint site, shared files, shared notes. 
  • Volunteers for CLPHA Roundtable Discussions on Voucher Streamlining
  • BABA – status update
  • NSPIRE-V – status update 
  • Radon notice CPD-21-136 – Radon must be considered in contamination analysis
  • EPA Lead-Based Paint Rule – reconsideration in progress
  • Joint industry letter on the timing of HUD regulatory items and system changes

Discussion on advance 2023 Voucher Utilization Rates and HAP Renewals 

Mar 22, 2023