Resources

Curriculum under development. In the meantime, please check out other resources below.

Filmmaker, Shirah Dedman, discusses what is gentrification? And what's the difference between gentrification and displacement?

Systematic Racism in Housing

A Pinterest board of research which serves as foundation for YOU A NOMAD.

Black unemployment fell to 6.8% in December 2017, the lowest ever recorded by the U.S. Labor Department since it began tracking in 1972. But are these numbers what they seem? Check out this video to understand how rates can be manipulated.

Check out this panel discussion which includes Khafre Jay (HipHop4Change), Wanda Stewart (food justice activist), Annette Miller (ACCE), and Angie Hajjem-Watson (Eden Housing) who stars in the short film, and filmmaker Shirah Dedman.

Published by the Center for Popular Economics, this booklet provides a foundation for "Economics for People, Not Profits" and recognizing that the struggle for a new world requires an understanding of the current economic system.

This 2018 report by Homes For All details how current housing production models fail to address the deep inequalities U.S. communities face. Illustrating possible alternatives, the report examines four scalable ‘people-driven alternative’ models of housing around the globe.

Sharing Cities: Activating the Urban Commons

Showcasing over a hundred sharing-related case studies and model policies from more than 80 cities in 35 countries, this free resource witnesses a growing global movement and serves as a practical reference guide for community-based solutions to urgent challenges faced by cities everywhere. This book is a call to action meant to inspire readers, raise awareness, and strengthen the sharing movement worldwide. "Sharing Cities" shows that not only is another world possible — but that much of it is already here.