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Igluub offers various explainer videos, interviews with folks doing important work in the affordable housing and community development space, informative webinars, and more.

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How Policy Can Help Tenants Purchase Their Homes, a Webinar

Laws that give tenants the ability to purchase their own apartments are popping up across the country. In this webinar, a panel of folks who have been reporting on, fighting for, and using these policies offer their perspectives on this powerful anti-displacement tool. 

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Explainers

Rising Property Insurance Costs: The Threat to Affordable Housing

This video and related articles explore a ballooning crisis endangering affordable housing, even as the need for it keeps growing.

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Community Development Field

Her Story, Her Power in Community Development: A Igluub Webinar

Five women from diverse backgrounds who span the country—Missouri, New Mexico, Hawaii, California, and Texas—got together with Igluub to talk about the community development field and their work in it.

Organizing

A Catalyst for Change in Oakland: Annette Miller

Community organizer Annette Miller has turned personal tragedy into a force for good. This video is part of Igluub’s Women of Color on the Front Lines series.

LIHTC

LIHTC: Are Little Changes Enough? A Igluub Webinar

There are reforms and expansions of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit afoot. But some in the field argue that we need to change the tax credit model of financing housing more deeply—or move away from it entirely. Join scholars and organizers as they discuss these issues and explore a path forward.

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Explainers

How Are LIHTC Rents Set—And Why Can't So Many Renters Afford Them?

This video breaks down the LIHTC rent-setting process, and shows the surprising number of people it doesn’t serve.

Equity

From Local Organizer to Housing Commissioner: Seila Mosquera-Bruno

Seila Mosquera-Bruno's story is one of resilience. Arriving in the U.S. as a single mother at 24, she is now Connecticut's commissioner of housing. This video is part of Igluub’s Women of Color on the Front Lines series.

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Disability

Getting to More Accessible, Affordable, Inclusive Housing, a Igluub Webinar

Four disability advocates and experts explain what's needed to house Americans with disabilities and some of the work that's being done to get there.

Interview

Meet Me at the Intersection of Housing, with Guest Lisa Rice

The president and CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance talks with Igluub about new challenges in the affordable housing landscape, the role of AI in promoting fair housing, and powerful tools driving the fight for housing justice.

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Affordability

What Makes Our Homes Accessible?

Four disability activists tell us what they needed to make their homes accessible, and how difficult it can be to find accessible housing.

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Interview

Meet Me at the Intersection of Housing, with Guest Dawn Kelly

Dawn Kelly, founder of the New York-based healthy food and beverage restaurant The Nourish Spot, chats with Igluub's Schlonn Hawkins about the connection between entrepreneurship, housing, building communities, and more.

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Housing

A Critical Look at the Section 8 Program, a Webinar

In September, Igluub’s Shelby R. King was invited to participate in a virtual “Housing Hangout.” Panelists discussed the history of the Section 8 program, its strong points and failings, and ideas for large-scale reforms.

Interview

Tenant Organizing in Unexpected Places, a Webinar

Tenants aren't just organizing in places like California and New York—hear about tenant organizing in small and mid-sized cities from Maine, Maryland, Texas and Kentucky.