Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1995. Six issues, complete run for 1995. All are 8.5x11 inches, in very good condition.
"Shelterforce is a publication of the National Housing Institute, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to building a national network of tenant and housing groups and to providing resources and information that contribute to the creation and preservation of decent, affordable housing for all people." Issue No. 1 includes articles on "Fair Housing in America", Robert Achtenberg, the "Moving to Opportunity" program in Baltimore, "Insurance Redlining: Still Fact, Not Fiction", and more. Issue No. 2 includes articles on the defeat of rent control in Massachusetts, the future prospects for rent control in the U.S., mixed-income housing, a profile of the Ann Arbor Tenants Union, and more. Issue No. 3 includes articles on Bruce Marks, debate over increasing neighborhood value vs. building low-cost housing, and more. Issue No. 4 includes articles on the living conditions of immigrants along the California, Texas, and Arizona borders, building low-cost housing, an interview with William C. Apgar, and more. Issue No. 5 includes articles on using community asset mapping to strengthen communities, community banking, and more. Finally, issue No. 6 includes articles on Shelterforce at 20 years old, public housing in Chicago and Yonkers, and more.