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Posts Tagged with "Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign"

Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign reclaims and repairs foreclosed, vacant property

June 25, 2011

Martha Biggs and her four children – displaced like so many others from Cabrini Green and currently homeless – will be moving into a house at King and 72nd Street near Meyering Park, two years vacant and foreclosed on by one of the top four banks responsible for home foreclosure in Chicago: Deutsche Bank.

Taking back homes from the banks: Exercising the human right to housing

June 5, 2010

Foreclosures are soaring. Some housing experts say 4 million foreclosures are possible in 2010. To fight back, organizations across the U.S. are engaging in “housing liberation” and “housing defense” to exercise their human rights to housing. Here are a few examples.

Cabrini Green eviction update: Where’s the bailout for the poor?

November 17, 2009

When the Cook County Sheriff’s Department arrives to evict Cabrini Green resident Lenise Forrest and her family Tuesday morning, they will be confronted and prevented from doing so by residents and supporters from around the city. Lenise Forrest has been a resident of Cabrini Green for 19 years. The message and goals of the new Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign are summarized as “while the rich get bailed out, we will not allow the poor to be put out.”

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