Published: July 21, 2021

Author and Assistant Professor of Sociology Esther Sullivan has spent 12 years researching the inequalities plaguing America’s mobile home residents. “Zoning has kept mobile home parks situated along interstates and highways, in industrial and commercial zones, and it has kept them out of residential neighborhoods, making them far more at risk of environmental hazards, like flooding and heat,” Sullivan said. “These redline effects last for years.”
Extreme heat is killing people in Arizona’s mobile homes
The Washington Post, July 2