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Video: Resident-Owned Community

Jarrid Green

Jarrid Green

Researching equity and community control in the next system. more

Democratic Ownership Community & Place

Resident-owned communities (ROCs)—manufactured housing neighborhoods in which the land is community-owned and managed–are one of the leading sources of affordable housing in the U.S. This video explains their benefits.

Jarrid Green

Jarrid Green

Researching equity and community control in the next system. more

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