After releasing its annual report on the state of NYC housing, the NYU Furman Center brought together experts from across the country to discuss housing and eviction issues in this country over the last several years and how they’ve been affected by this “triple pandemic” of COVID-19, increasing economic instability, and growing criticism of police brutality against Black communities.
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