Equity in Place

Equity in Place is a diverse group of strategic partners from organizations led by people of color and housing advocacy organizations that believe that everyone in the Twin Cities region deserves to live where they want to live and have access to opportunity.

Equity in Place influences planning and investments to ensure that people of color and low-wealth people have a role in shaping the future of the Twin Cities region.

Our coalition has ensured that regional planners acknowledge the role of institutional racism in current and historical development decisions, that people of color have a seat at the table in important discussions about the future of our region, and that residents have an avenue to participate in discussions about the future of their communities.

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Equity in Place members include: African Career, Education, and Resources, Inc. / American Indian Family Center / Asamblea de Derechos Civiles / Community Stabilization Project / Center for Urban and Regional Affairs / Frogtown Neighborhood Association / Hope Community / Housing Justice Center / Jewish Community Action / Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers / Minnesotans Standing Together to End Poverty and Homelessness / Native American Community Development Institute / New American Development Center / Urban Homeworks / West Side Community Organization