After Oakland Fire, Debate Over How To Make Artist Housing Affordable And Safe

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A fire that killed at least 36 people at an artist-occupied warehouse in Oakland, California, has stirred debate nationwide about affordable artist housing and building safety.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Kelley Lindquist, president of nonprofit real estate developer Artspace, about affordable artist housing in the United States.

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