Articles tagged: D.C. housing


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Panel convenes professors, advocates and policymakers in discussion of D.C. evictions

“Tenants need support; we need a process that is respectful and gives dignity to these tenants, and unfortunately the court process is the opposite of that for them.”

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D.C. evictions point to housing instability division along racial and economic lines, report finds

A new report from Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy on evictions filed and executed between 2014 and 2018 gives the latest insight into vast racial and economic disparities in... Read more

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Incoming freshmen start their Georgetown experience by moving to D.C. together

When Georgetown announced freshmen would no longer be invited to campus due to increased numbers of cases of COVID-19 in the country, the incoming class of 2024 was faced with... Read more

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Georgetown’s racial justice panels conclude with discussions on Black women, housing, and activism

Georgetown’s series of discussions about racial justice continued with three events dedicated to different aspects of the struggle toward racial equality in this country. The events, which occurred between July... Read more

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Low homeownership is just one barrier Black D.C. residents face

Despite being a city with a historically high Black population, Washington, D.C. is by some metrics one of the worst places in the country for Black homeowners today.  Looking at... Read more