Housing

How San Antonio segregated its schools

The struggles that continue to plague Edgewood ISD are rooted in prejudice. Throughout the 20th century, those prejudices became public policy that would allocate services unevenly across the city, creating intractable inequities still visible in the city’s school districts.

Explaining the complex Alazan Courts proposal

How the project’s 501 public housing units would be redistributed under a SAHA proposal and what that would mean for current residents.

Expert: 85 percent of 1.1 million new San Antonians will be Latino

How will San Antonio’s unique population growth affect its affordable housing dilemma?

What does affordable housing mean to you?

One person’s “affordable housing” is another person’s “shelter poverty.”

Housing task force faces daunting task

“It will not be easy work, it will not be for the faint of heart,” Mayor Ron Nirenberg said as his task force attempts to solve San Antonio’s housing crisis.

First open housing task force meeting set

Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s task force will meet for the first time in public at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the San Antonio Central Library.