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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/14/09
More than 40 protesters gathered here March 14 at the foreclosed home of Rosemary Williams, to demand that Williams be allowed to stay in her home and an end to foreclosures.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 2/05/09
In January, both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will stop evicting tenants in foreclosed homes.
BY Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle | Chicago, IL | 2/29/08
Tenants at Grove Parc Plaza Apartments, which sits in the shadows of the University of Chicago and the proposed site for the 2016 Olympic Stadium, have achieved a major victory in the struggle to stop their community of over 400 hard-working black families from being displaced.
BY Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle | Chicago, IL | 9/08/07
Tenants and supporters linked hands and held signs saying “Urban renewal = black removal” and “I live in Grove Parc, I want to stay, not gonna go no way!” as passing cars honked and cheered the demonstrators on.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 12/02/06
Welfare recipients and low income people chanted and held signs in the state capitol building here, Nov. 29, while government officials delivered their state budget forecast.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 11/09/06
Across the country the rich are grabbing up land, pushing poor people and people of color to the suburbs and on to the streets.
BY Daniel Ginsberg | Chicago, IL | 6/01/06
Chicago, IL - Among the 700,000 people who took to the streets here for the May Day immigrants’ rights protest were anti-gentrification activists from the city’s South Side.
BY Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle | Chicago, IL | 11/01/05
“We won’t go! No more condos!” shouted a group of about 40 tenants and community supporters holding a press conference and rally in March 2005 on an empty lot on the South side at 62nd and Kimbark Ave.
BY Randy Evans | Chicago, IL | 7/01/04
Chicago, IL - Residents of the Woodlawn neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side are fighting to hold on to our neighborhood. We are threatened by gentrification, which is happening in many poor areas of the city.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/01/00
Low-income tenants of the Rodeway Inn won a victory! On March 31, Hennepin County Housing Court ruled that homeless families living in the building could stay for another 30 days.
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