News from the Price Center

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Housing experts are fearful that homelessness may rise after the COVID-19 eviction ban expire.

After housing our most vulnerable due to COVID-19, could this address solutions for after the crisis.

The San Diego City Council has voted unanimously to freeze residential and commercial evictions tied to the pandemic.

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June 2020 Newsletter

Top news and stories from the Price Center for Social Innovation in June 2020, including redoubling our commitment to embedding anti-racist values in all of the work that we do. You can find the links to Price Center Director Gary Painter’s virtual conversation with Jeffery Wallace, CEO of LeadersUp, focused on building a more inclusive economy for Black youth post-COVID-19. June’s data story was also created in partnership with LeadersUp and goes into detail about employment impacts this pandemic has had on young adults in South LA.


May 2020 Newsletter

Top news and stories from the Price Center for Social Innovation in May 2020, including information on our May 26th HPRI Virtual Symposium, “Housing the Unsheltered: Lessons for the Current Pandemic.”


April 2020 Newsletter

Top news and stories from the Price Center for Social Innovation in April 2020, including the launch of NDSC’s COVID-19 Neighborhood Maps tool to try to make the data we have on this virus more accessible.


March 2020 Newsletter

Top news and stories from the Price Center for Social Innovation in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic first forced us to embrace our new reality under the “Safer at Home” Order in Los Angeles County.


February 2020 Newsletter

Top news and stories from the Price Center for Social Innovation in February 2020, including highlights from the February 13th event Unhoused: Addressing Homelessness in California.