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I'm With Stupid: Setting Reasonable Limits for Your Turtles and Ducks
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Call for Federal Investigation Into Report of Racially Discriminatory Predatory Lending
Director of the Racial Wealth Divide Initiative and Host of th...
As a leading nonprofit advocate for the use of manufactured housing done right as an affordable housing solution, CFED believes the federal government should begin an investigation into this matter.
A Big-Hearted Man and His Calling to Build Tiny Houses for Oakland's Homeless
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Kloehn has built 35 miniature homes for the homeless in Oakland and San Francisco. All construction materials (except for the wheels and a few other odds and ends), are sourced from garbage. He also runs workshops and gives lectures, teaching other artists and handypeople the tricks of the trade.
House Republicans Hand Warren Buffett Big Win On Expensive Loans To The Poor
House Republicans Want To Hand Warren Buffett Bigger Profits On Loans To Poor People
Warren Buffett's Mobile Home Empire Preys On The Poor
Why Hawaii Needs Mobile Homes
Anonymous Donor Sweeps In At Last Minute, Pays Families' Taxes So They Can Keep Their Homes
Why Rent? Off the Grid in a Mobile Home on the Alaskan Frontier
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Hurricane Sandy and the Merits of Manufactured Housing
President, Corporation for Enterprise Development
In reality, today's manufactured homes have about as much in common with RVs or "Katrina trailers" as mini-mansions have with Buckingham Palace.
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Our "Trailer Trash" Education
Liz Margolies, L.C.S.W.
The term "trailer trash" is symbolic of a type of systemic discrimination that's allowing low income home owners from Appalachia to Arizona to fall through the cracks.
America's Fastest Dying Business: Mobile Homes
Rhett And Link's Painfully Honest Mobile Home Commercial (VIDEO)
Art & Activism by Homeless Teen Youth
Founder of NOMADS Magazine, Photographer, Author
The Home Is Where You Make It Project is shining the light on an often overlooked national problem: youth homelessness. By decorating small replicas of homes with various forms of art, homeless youth are getting their message out that they are part of our communities as well.
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