Arthur Jemison, Primary Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Community Planning & Development — US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Detroit Official Tapped for Role in Biden Administration

After working in housing, planning and development for the state’s largest city, Arthur Jemison will lend his expertise to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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An Eviction ‘Tsunami’ Is Coming to Michigan this Winter

With rent assistance disappearing and eviction moratoriums set to end, Michigan braces for an eviction crisis. At the height of winter. During a pandemic.

There is an abundance of resources available for Michigan's unhoused population, especially during the pandemic.
Michigan’s Houseless Population Was Already Vulnerable. Then a Global Pandemic Struck.

Local organizations are exceeding capacity to help Michigan families find shelter from the cold and the coronavirus.

Housing activists across Michigan are celebrating the CDC's decision to ban evictions through the end of the year.
The CDC Banned Evictions for the Rest of the Year, but What Does That Actually Mean for Michiganders?

The order can help thousands of Michiganders to keep their homes.

With key protections expired for much of Michigan, more renters than ever are facing eviction. Photo via Shutterstock.
Nearly Half of Michigan Renters Are At Risk to Lose Their Homes Right Now

A new analysis of Census data shows Michigan families who rent are struggling to keep their homes afloat during the pandemic.

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Inside HGTV’s ‘Investing In Flint’ Episode

The Michigan couple’s chemistry was adorably warm and comical as they navigated their many differences in opinion.

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Detroit Announces New Housing Developments That Won’t Push Out Current Residents

Construction has resumed on the projects which will house hundreds of Detroit residents.