Council tackles healthy schools, tangled titles at new session
The Philadelphia Tribune, Sept. 20, 2023

A new community-driven initiative is asking Philly to spend more housing funds on the lowest-income households
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 13, 2023

The Gentrification Problem: The environmental crisis of unaffordable housing
EcoWURD, Jan. 25, 2023

Land justice legislation passes, making publicly owned property available
The Philadelphia Sunday Sun, Dec. 23, 2022

Land justice legislation passes, making publicly owned property available
Daily Advent, Dec. 23, 2023

Providence announces new land bank program to acquire vacant land to build affordable housing
The Boston Globe, Oct. 13, 2022

Five families buy affordable homes in Point Breeze
The Philadelphia Tribune, Feb. 26, 2022

Philly community groups could get priority in sale of thousands of vacant city lots under new bill
WHYY, Jan. 1, 2022

Councilmember Jamie Gauthier introduces legislation to encourage the use of city-owned vacant land for affordable homes and gardens
Philadelphia City Council, Dec. 16, 2021

Funding for affordable housing needs budget mandate
Philadelphia Inquirer, Oct. 20, 2021

Community groups call on City Council to make more land available for development
WHYY, Sept. 17, 2021

City Council votes for affordable housing funding and protections for homeowners during construction
Philadelphia Inquirer, June 17, 2021

Council pushes to make funding the Housing Trust Fund mandatory, despite Kenney opposition
PlanPhilly, June 17, 2021

Philadelphia City Council is considering mandatory funding to boost affordable and accessible housing
Philadelphia Inquirer, June 10, 2021

Social Issues: Philadelphia community gardens have impact beyond food
Philadelphia Neighborhoods, April 12, 2021

If you start to address the affordable housing issue, you will begin to address the poverty issue
Generocity, March 5, 2021

Philadelphia Land Bank is finally selling its vacant lots. Now the question is who will benefit
WHYY, Feb. 17, 2021

Local organization gains city council support for new legislation to control vacant public land
6ABC, Feb. 2, 2021

Housing advocates call for community control of city-owned vacant land
The Philadelphia Tribune, Jan. 29, 2021

Philadelphia urged to use vacant land to curb shortages of affordable housing and food
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 28, 2021

How City Council’s budget vote will help keep Philadelphians housed
The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 25, 2020

Protesters call to divert police dollars; counter-protesters support South Philly police captain
WHYY, June 16, 2020

Who’s got power, the mayor or City Council? This free voter education class has answers
Billy Penn, Feb. 4, 2019

City Council passes $71M housing bill
PlanPhilly, Oct. 4, 2018

As protestors heckle, affordable housing bills advance in City Council
WHYY, Sep 26, 2018

Despite calls for budget cuts, Philadelphia must keep focus on affordable housing
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Jun 26, 2017

In Kensington, pop-up art installation tells story of gentrification
Curbed Philadelphia, Jun 2, 2017

Philadelphia has a new plan for its 43,000 vacant lots
Next City, Feb 27, 2017

Land Bank revises targets in 2017 strategic plan
PlanPhilly, Jan 23, 2017

The top 5 real estate stories of 2016
PhillyMag, Dec 30, 2016

Gentrifying areas losing affordable rental units at an alarming rate
The Philadelphia Tribune, Dec 27, 2016

Philadelphia’s disappearing low-cost rental housing revealed in Fed gentrification study
Planphilly, Dec 20, 2016

Op-ed: Impact fee on new Philly construction would support affordable housing
Newsorks, Aug 22, 2016

Impact fee on developers proposed to aid low-income residents in path of Philly housing boom
Newsworks, Mar 14, 2016

Can housing impact fees keep neighborhoods affordable?
Al Dia News, Feb 18, 2016

Kenney must make affordable housing a priority
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Dec 18, 2015

As inequality grows in urban America, here’s what Philadelphia can do about it
Newsworks, Dec 15, 2015

Housing: The neglected first-line treatment to end HIV/AIDS
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Dec 4, 2015

Philly should prioritize fair neighborhood development, more green space
Newsworks, Jul 7, 2015

Philly needs anti-speculation tax on “flippers”
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Jul 1, 2015

Gentrifying Philadelphia
WHYY, Radio Times, June 8, 2015

How Philadelphia could fight gentrification with rowhouse fix-ups
Next City, Jun 1, 2015

Philly neighborhoods forum asks: how can we achieve a fair future?
Newsworks, May 7, 2015

To assist the poor in gentrifying neighborhoods, an idea to flip over
The Daily News, May 6, 2015

Affordable-housing advocates seek tax on flipped properties
Philadelphia Inquirer Apr 24, 2015

The hard data on gentrification and displacement in Philly
Al Dia News Apr 8, 2015

Philadelphia affordable housing advocates take on gentrification in new report
CBS Philly, Apr 3, 2015

Coalition calls for extra tax on flipped homes to keep long-term residents in homes
The Daily News, Apr 1, 2015

Keep Philly Affordable!
Progressive Philly Rising, Mar 31, 2015

Advocates for affordable communities call for anti-speculation tax
Planphilly, Mar 31, 2015

Philadelphia Land Bank releases first strategic plan
Philadelphia Tribune, Oct 19, 2014

Will Philly Land Bank help regular folks?
The Daily News, Oct 15, 2014

Could the Land Bank plan be better?
Philly Mag, Oct 15 2014

Land Bank holds hearing on strategic plan
PlanPhilly, Oct 15, 2014

Advocates call to  strengthen Land Bank
PlanPhilly, Oct 14, 2014

Philadelphia can gentrify while protecting residents
Philadelphia Inquirer, Oct 1, 2014

New City Council bills focus on housing affordability, zoning remapping
Plan Philly, Sept  11, 2014

Progressive coalition looks to promote ‘development without displacement’
Plan Philly, Sept 11, 2014