Those who leave Durham behind: Housing and displacement in Durham  

By Mary Mungai

May 2, 2024

As the cost of rent and housing rises in Durham, gentrification and displacement becomes all the more common. Local leaders discuss the role supply and demand has in both the cause and the solution of this displacement. Additionally, they investigate the way we measure affordability and how that may change with time.

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City council candidate Bonita Green impacts a Durham community with her legacy garden

By Carl Kenney

October 2, 2023

Bonita Green, community advocate and director of the Merrick-Moore Community Development Corporation, is running for City Council At-Large this fall with one significant campaign objective in mind: to promote meaningful and sustainable grassroots change. After moving back to Durham from Florida in 2012, Green noticed not only how much her community had changed, but how […]

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