Housing is the starting point for life trajectories—often determining who has access to good jobs, good food, safe parks, or effective schools. But this perspective is difficult for the public to appreciate. To advance a progressive housing agenda, advocates must first understand why current messages are failing and backfiring. FrameWorks teamed up with Enterprise Community Partners to think about how advocates’ messages affect public thinking.
Moving from Concern to Concrete Change: Research Methods Appendix
This supplement provides detailed information on the research that informs FrameWorks’ strategic memo on social housing.
Moving from Concern to Concrete Change: How to build support for more social housing
The most effective way to build public support for creating more social housing is to frame it as a way of tackling poverty.
Communicating about Intergenerational Urban Poverty and Race in America: Challenges, Opportunities, and Emerging Recommendations
Emerging and longstanding solutions focused on what each neighborhood needs, crafted in collaboration with the communities that would benefit from those solutions, bring hope and new possibilities...