Cityscape Mixed-Income Symposium Summary and Response: Implications for Antipoverty Policy
Mark L. Joseph
Case Western Reserve University
I commend symposium guest editors James C. Fraser, Deirdre Oakley, and Diane K. Levy for initiating and compiling this collection of symposium articles on the timely topic of poverty deconcentration and mixed-income development. As these articles were being finalized, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that three additional cities would receive Choice Neighborhoods implementation grants of about $30 million, joining the five cities that were named in 2011. Thus, in the United States, the Obama Administration is doubling down on the approach of poverty deconcentration through public housing demolition, resident relocation, and mixed-income redevelopment.
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