Driving National Anti-Displacement Strategies from the Ground Up

Key Takeaways from SPARCC and Urban Displacement Project’s Gentrification and Displacement Analysis Cities are in a unique moment in modern history. Economic inequality and racial bias persistently inhibit the ability for working people to find safe and stable housing. Disinvestment and poor maintenance are deteriorating once great neighborhoods to a degree that threatens basic habitability. […]

Big Data and Neighborhood Change: The Virtual Symposium

Each week from August 10 to 25, 2020, the University of California – Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project and the University of Sydney’s Urban Housing Lab hosted its second symposium on neighborhood change funded by the Urban Studies Foundation and co-sponsored by the Berkeley Institute for Data Science. The conference brought together urban and data science […]