The now defunct charity launched by the hollywood actor promised sustainable housing opportunities for Hurricane Katrina survivors.
An initiative designed to empower developers of color to use real estate as a means for community impact is coming to Dallas.
Hip-hop executive Anthony Tiffith, CEO of Top Dawg Entertainment, will cover one month’s rent for over 300 senior citizens living in Los Angeles-based public housing developments.
A Black-owned real estate development company is fighting gentrification in Atlanta through the creation of affordable housing.
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