Moving from the City to the Suburbs

One of the unexpected side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a growing population shift from the city centers to suburban and rural areas. Driven in part by the availability of work-from-home job opportunities, many individuals and families are also motivated by the promise of more open space, outdoor living, and increased privacy. If…Continue Reading

Looking for a Home in the Suburbs? Good Luck, So Is Everyone Else

The pandemic has transformed American lives in ways large and small. One of the more surprising side effects: The suburbs are suddenly the hot place to live. COVID-19 has helped transform spacious, single-family homes in those leafy, green oases into the most desirable real estate around—at the expense of the big cities. And this may…Continue Reading

tweeted that “people living their Suburban Lifestyle Dream” would “no longer be bothered or financially hurt by having low income housing built in your neighborhood” if they voted for him—an obvious appeal to white fears of Black people. Those fears are so real that Rittenhouse had his mother drive him and his tactical gear across…Continue Reading