"San Francisco does it. New York does it. So does Washington. As their housing costs have skyrocketed, pricing out the working poor and making it difficult for even middle-income people to find affordable housing, those cities have adopted laws requiring new developments to include subsidized units for low-wage workers.
Now, a City Council member wants Philadelphia to join the club.
The difference, of course, is that Philadelphia already has some of the cheapest housing stock of any big American city."
Read more by Inga Saffron and check out Kendon Photography images here.
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Wow, I'm incredibly honored to have been selected as one of 25 people making a difference by South Philly Review. I started my volunteer work by partnering with local nonprofits as a photographer, but this one grew into something much bigger.
Our images of the Woodruff Library at Atlanta University Center are featured in American LIbraries Magazine. This gorgeous project is an academic library that serves the world’s largest consortium of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College and Spelman College.