DES 1404: Housing Matters

3 CreditsFreshman SeminarRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

Housing directly affects our physical and mental health, children's educational attainment, our economic opportunities, our transportation patterns and dependencies, and the environment. However, not all people are able to achieve the same levels of well-being because of disparities due to race, ethnicity, and class as they seek to obtain stable, secure, and affordable housing in supportive neighborhoods and communities. We will explore issues of power and privilege that contribute to those disparities. Public policy at the local and national levels will be examined as it both creates and minimizes social inequities in housing.

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