Document Type

Report

Publication Date

2021

Subjects

Gentrification -- Oregon -- Portland, Portland (Or.) -- Social conditions, African Americans -- Civil rights -- Oregon -- Portland, Neighborhoods -- Oregon -- Portland, Sustainable urban development, Urban renewal -- Oregon -- Portland, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland

Abstract

North/Northeast Portland has long been the heart of Portland's Black community. By 2010, the area had lost two-thirds of its Black residents to displacement. In response, the City adopted a Preference Policy that prioritizes displaced affordable rental and homeownership applicants. This report describes findings from the first phase of a study to understand what difference this policy is making in the lives of residents.

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