Housing Crisis Exacerbates Segregation in the Bay Area

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A housing subdivision in Antioch. (Photo: Deborah Svoboda / KQED)

The housing crisis is creating new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation in the Bay Area. That's according to a study released last week by the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley and the California Housing Partnership, which found that rising housing prices disproportionately affect people of color. We'll discuss the study's findings, as well as potential solutions to remedy the divide. What changes have you witnessed where you live and work?

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Dan Rinzler, senior policy analyst, California Housing Partnership

Sam Tepperman-Gelfant, attorney, Public Advocates

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