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(Studio: Dan Harris) A closer look at a radical solution to the housing problem introduced.
(Miami: Yunji de Nies) How homeless people are living in foreclosed or abandoned homes featured; scenes shown from Miami of vacant homes. [Take Back the Land Max RAMBEAU- shows an empty house; explains his philosophy.] [Foreclosure squatter Mary TRODY- comments.] [Miami police Chief John TIMONEY- explains why they are not arrested.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) How the Take Back the Land organization has moved ten families into foreclosed homes noted.
- Harris, Dan;
- Nies, Yunji de
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