NJ.com: Don't let the Starbucks fool you. We're not gentrifying, and this is how.

NJ.com reports on Newark's affordable housing crisis, citing Institute Senior Counsel and Director of the Economic Mobility Initiative Demelza Baer's groundbreaking report:

The median household income is $37,000 and only 18 percent of residents are employed in the city. Median rents have risen 20 percent since 2000 in a city where 78 percent are renters.