Tagged: working-class housing

Housing considered as a right to housing requires must be considered comprehensively, including job creation, social integration and cohesion, identity building, health, education, housing, work, land, services, security, neighborhood improvement, and the environment. We consider working-class housing as the physical and social space in which each person, family, and human group has the right to own and build to develop their lives.

Working-Class Housing

Working-Class Housing

“Housing considered as a right to housing requires must be considered comprehensively, including job creation, social integration and cohesion, identity building, health, education, housing, work, land, services, security, neighborhood improvement, and the environment. We...