Fostering Inclusive Neighborhoods
In Columbus, as in much of the country, government zoning laws stifle the opportunities of low-income families and families of color to access safe neighborhoods and high-performing public schools for their children.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher we discuss how economic covenants, zoning laws and other factors continue to promote housing segregation and efforts to foster more inclusive neighborhoods.
- Richard (Rick) Kahlenberg, senior fellow at The Century Foundation
- Amy Klaben, affordable housing expert, and principal at Strategic Opportunities LLC, in Columbus, and project facilitator for Move to PROSPER
- Gina Smith, professional health coach and coach for Move to PROSPER
- Tehani Morales, Move to PROSPER Parent
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