Streets of Dreams tells the stories of grassroots activists in communities of color around the U.S. who are using community land trusts (CLTs) to preserve the affordability of their homes, prevent displacement and shape the future of their communities.
This 16-minute video presents inspiring portraits of CLTS in New Orleans, Atlanta, Delray Beach, and Durham, providing compelling case studies for understanding how to advance community economic development in a range of economic environments.
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This short video packs a punch! It is a powerful organizing and educational tool that will advance the creation of permanently affordable housing for years to come.
– Harold Simon, Executive Director,
National Housing Institute