Exploring Intersections: Affordable Housing
For those who gaze at the sky at night instead of a ceiling or sleep on a pavement instead of a bed, housing, much less affordable housing, holds little meaning. The basic human need for shelter is often unattainable for those at the mercy of the elements, job layoffs, economic downturns, overcrowded projects. Affordable housing seeks to address—by means, medians and projections—how to determine eligibility of those who seek a place to live. But data cannot compute what needs to be done; it is right before our very eyes.
Join our conversation on Dec. 8 at 3 pm Central as host Charish Badzinski with a panel of experts discuss the challenges in addressing the needs of those, through no fault of their own and with nowhere to turn, who simply want—and deserve—a place to call home.
Registration is free and open to the public as we provide a forum for constructive conversation on these important issues. Visit exploringintersections.org for more information and click here to register for the Dec. 8 event!