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October 21, 2019
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WCPO spotlighted the University of Cincinnati’s efforts to explore maintaining quality, affordable housing in neighborhoods where redevelopment has resulted in gentrification. In a story published Sept. 12, reporter Lucy May details the roundtable discussion event hosted by the UC College of Law at the Taft Law Center Downtown to explore those housing concerns and identify new approaches.
“Gentrification and affordable housing are not necessarily incompatible,” College of Law Dean Verna Williams is quoted saying in the story. “We’re here with an eye toward generating ideas to move us forward.”
The expert panel included UC faculty members Mike Eriksen, associate professor at UC’s Lindner College of Business and Tia Gaynor, assistant professor at UC’s College of Arts & Sciences, along with legal and business professionals from across the regional.
Read the story here.