Housing Affordability Institute’s new event series, Housing on Tap, seeks to bring housing policy conversations into the community. Housing on Tap features conversations with the individuals and organizations playing a pivotal role in the housing conversation.
Join us for our first event featuring MaryJo Webster, data editor with the Star Tribune. Webster has worked on several housing-centric stories for the Star Tribune, including “How Twin Cities housing rules keep the metro segregated” and “Looking for an affordable starter home in the Twin Cities area? Good luck.” Webster co-wrote the working paper “Single-Family Zoning and Race: Evidence from the Twin Cities” with Salim Furth of the Mercatus Center which was recently published by Housing Policy Debate.
The discussion will cover Webster’s interest in housing as a research topic and the approach taken to study how zoning impacts housing access in Twin Cities communities.
Housing on Tap: Reporting on Housing Access in the Twin Cities
May 24, 2023, 6:00 PM
Indeed Brewing Company
711 15th Avenue NE, Minneapolis MN