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29Nov 2019

How Land Use Policies Impact Housing Opportunity Across the District

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On Saturday, December 7, 2019, the DC Office of Planning (OP) and the DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) will host experts to discuss how historic federal and local exclusionary and racially discriminatory land use policies created housing segregation and shaped opportunity across the District.

13Nov 2019

Community leaders to discuss the future of Georgia Avenue NW

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JSA's work with community leaders to discuss the future of Georgia Avenue NW in the DC area was recently highlighted in an article in DC Curbed Newsletter. Residents, civic organizations, and small businesses along the Georgia Avenue NW corridor are [...]

23Sep 2019

How should D.C. manage development opposition?

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Justice & Sustainability Associates' CEO, Don Edwards, had the pleasure of speaking at Urban Land Institute's annual fall meeting on Friday, September 20, 2019. The conversation focused on one of JSA's most pivotal areas: land use. To create beloved communities [...]

13Sep 2019

Portland’s Innovation Quadrant Explores A New Approach To Economic Development

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Justice & Sustainability Associates is honored to be mentioned in a recent article by EcoDistricts. We are committed to continuing to work with EcoDistricts on the Innovation Quadrant to bring strong economic prosperity and equitable development to the city of Portland.

22Mar 2017

Closing the Loop on Racial Reconciliation

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He felt attacked, and says so, specifically choosing the word to convey his strength of emotion. Yes, he felt personally attacked. But A.W. “Buster” Lewis also felt that R.E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church in Lexington, Virginia–his parish–“as I knew it, was being attacked and that we needed to do something about it.”