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Guest blog by Diana Pando, The Resurrection Project

The Resurrection Project, is a member of the Forum’s Housing Acuerdo. To learn more about our Housing Acuerdo's goals and strategies click here, or email Savannah Clement at

This month is National Affordable Homeownership Month and to many immigrant families the American dream is still to own a home.

Jose Galvez is one of those people. He and his family had been renting apartments for years and his last rental experience put him on the edge. The apartment was small and the neighbors thought his son made too much noise. As time went on, so did the difficulties with his neighbors.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Housing Education, Housing, Affordable Housing

You’ve heard us say it before: Not all Latinos are immigrants and not all immigrants are Latinos. The two are both distinct and diverse—generalizations that conflate or oversimplify are bound to be inaccurate.

But unfortunately, erroneous perceptions of immigrants and Latinos often limit their housing choices. In fact, a  recently released study from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) gives credence to the general sense of discrimination felt by those communities with hard numbers. HUD research shows that Latino renters are informed of 12.5 percent fewer units and shown 7.5 percent fewer units than White home seekers. 

For me, the HUD findings underscored a central reality: While the terms ‘Latino’ and ‘immigrant’ may not be... Continue Reading

Posted In: Housing, Affordable Housing, Housing Education
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