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Dream of Equality awardee
Panel Discussion on Housing
A Panel discussion headlined "New York City's Housing Crisis: Has it Always Been Here? Will it Ever Go Away?" occurred May 24, 2001.
- "Have New Yorkers always found decent and affordable housing to be in short supply? If so, why? And what's the prognosis for a different future? These are the questions explored by tonight's panel, which includes Yolanda Garcia, Executive Director, Nos Quedamos; Irene Baldwin, Executive Director, Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development; Peter Marcuse and Richard Plunz, Professors of Urban Planning at Columbia; Peter Salins, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, SUNY; Douglass Turetsky, Director of Policy, Analysis and Advocacy at United Neighborhood Houses and former editor of City Limits; and Kathryn Wylde, President and CEO of the NYC Partnership and Chamber of Commerce.
- [AAFE 2013 Banquet Journal, by Douglas Lim at Mar 26, 2013]
- Past Events (accessed April 24, 2021)