MP3: History Repeating Itself? New Haven Neighbors Fight To Keep Their Homes

11.06.2013

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History Repeating Itself?  New Haven Neighbors Fight To Keep Their Homes MP3

Back in the early 2000s, a group of mostly low-income African- American families took the city of New Haven to court. They were fighting to stay in their homes which were slated for demolition in order to build a new school complex. A documentary film airing tonight on CPTV tells their story. "My house is paid for. I’ll never have to pay another mortgage no more in life. It's not much, but... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

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