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Carly M. Celestine – Symposium Editor, Volume 53 The University of Richmond Law Review is incredibly excited to present its 2019 Symposium Issue: The 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act–Past, Present, and Future. Each year, the Law Review hosts a Symposium...

Unjust Cities? Gentrification, Integration, and the Fair Housing Act

Olatunde C.A. Johnson*  What does gentrification mean for fair housing? This article considers the possibility that gentrification should be celebrated as a form of integration alongside a darker narrative that sees gentrification as necessarily unstable and leading...

The Opportunity and the Danger of the New Urban Migration

Richard Sander*  Twenty-first century America is witnessing a broad and unprecedented migration of middle and upper-middle class families to old, dense, and often low-income urban neighborhoods. This “new urban migration” has the potential to create wholly gentrified...
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