Giving Compass' Take:
- Stephen Menendian explains how land-use policies have excluded minority groups, perpetuating structural racism.
- What role can you play in dismantling inequitable policies? How is structural racism maintained in your community?
- Read about the deadly combination of redlining and climate change.
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On February 18, 2021, Assistant Director Stephen Menendian presented the Institute's latest research findings on the exclusionary effects of restrictive zoning, a summary of prior research, and it's relationship to structural racism to the Sacramento Council of Governments, as they consider Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RNHA), compliance with state fair housing laws, and other housing policy reforms. His presentation starts at 42:20.
Read the full article about the exclusionary effects of restrictive zoning by Stephen Menendian at Othering & Belonging Institute.