Ex: racially integrated suburbs or urban neighborhoods, possibly rural areas too, if they have a stable population and access to resources and amenities.

Inclusionary, high-opportunity communities are the type of community everyone most of us aspire to live in. They have a diversity of people, in large part because they have a diversity of housing types. They’re also relatively integrated in terms of race and class and they enable most of their residents to thrive. 


In inclusionary, high-opportunity communities, redress advocates should prioritize policies and programs that remove barriers to entry, protect lower-income families from displacement and rising costs, and create more affordability, such as: