July 2019

The July 2019 review will focus on the Tweets from housing advocacy groups. Just as these organizations warned of the 2008 Recession, they see another housing crisis forming in America. At its center, the old question of equity stolen from people because of this nation's heritage of enslavement, cold, racist terrorism and bigotry. If this … Continue reading July 2019

May 2019

During five months of 2019, (March, April, May, June, and July) I examined a selection of Tweets by organizations working under general headings took a "pulse" in the Tweet-O-Rama. May 2019 combines messages from the “Fair Economy” and “Protect the Vote” people because the values of a democracy define its destiny. The lack of a … Continue reading May 2019

Housing Rights People

"The exhibit of the nineteenth and early twentieth-century social housing reveals scant interest other than producing shelter for vulnerable populations, the working classes, and the lower levels of the middle-class people of color. Speculative builders and public housing authorities provided much of the design, architecture, and construction, however, the design process was seen as a … Continue reading Housing Rights People