GoFundMe Figures Reveal Thousands Rely on Site to Avoid Homelessness

There have been nearly 300,000 GoFundMe campaigns in the US related to homelessness over the last three years. Some see it as a sign of a broken social system and dwindling options for those in need

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Roads to Nowhere – How Infrastructure is Shaped By American Inequality

From highways carved through thriving ‘ghettoes’ to walls segregating black and white areas, US city development has a long and divisive history

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US Housing Crisis: What Can Ben Carson Learn From Radical 1960s ‘new town’ Plan?

The US housing department’s ambitious initiatives of the 60s and 70s created urban communities that were both mixed race and mixed income. Though many didn’t last, are there lessons in them for Donald Trump’s new housing secretary?

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