housing

Volunteers Desperately Needed In West Virginia Water Crisis
Can you help? Do you know someone who can? Read more...
The 1% Are Still Stealing Our Homes
Hedge funds and private equity firms have quietly bought 200,000 cheap, mostly foreclosed houses in cities hardest hit by the economic meltdown. Read more...
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Hurricane Sandy Survivors: Continued Storm Effects, Economic Injustice
Residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy discuss the continued effects of the storm and economic injustice. Read more...
Hawaii hopes the "return to home" program will help the state save on the millions it spends each year on food, shelter and other services for the homeless. Read more...

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Greg Kaufmann, poverty correspondent for The Nation, says the poor in America are demonized to justify huge cuts in crucial programs for low-income Americans. Read more...
It took numerous courtroom battles, a contempt of court threat and the withholding of millions in federal dollars, but Westchester County finally has a law banning discrimination against those who pay their rent with federal assistance. Read more...
Via Occupy Wall St., via Occupy Our Homes. Be sure to check out their website for more information on how you can support on-going occupations to save homes from foreclosure, including active campaigns like this one to save the home of Read more...
Two of the U.S. largest banks, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo, reported big quarterly profits on Friday... Read more...
Economic Hitmen from Hans Fleischer on Vimeo. "We can't have Homeland Security until we realize that the whole planet is our homeland." -- John Perkins Read more...