The high cost of housing – especially of rental homes – is an urgent public policy crisis and a golden political opportunity for progressive candidates and policymakers willing to show leadership. The Data for Progress Homes for All report lays the groundwork for a truly progressive housing policy capable of ending the crisis, as a guide to policymakers and voters alike.
Table of Contents
Part One: End racist exclusionary zoning
Part Two: Build millions of homes through publicly owned and other affordable social housing
Part Three: Provide immediate relief to renters
Part Four: Make homes for people, not capital
Americans support Homes for All
Housing at the nexus of the progressive project
Note: The Data for Progress Homes for All plan is not affiliated with the Homes for All campaign of Right to the City or any other organization's work. However, Data for Progress encourages anyone interested in local housing justice organization to contact Right to the City and learn more about their powerful work.