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SOLD OUT: Rethinking Housing in America

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Tents, evictions and gentrification. SOLD OUT envisions what home should be, by telling stories from California, the epicenter of the nation’s housing crisis. A new season of SOLD OUT examines the patterns of evictions. Not just the ones that have made headlines during the pandemic, but the ones that have quietly disrupted lives for years. It dives into the racism, inequality, power and privilege that influence evictions, and introduces the people who are fighting for change, to help keep people from losing their homes. Hosted by KQED's Erin Baldassari and Molly Solomon. Let us know what you think of this show by taking a quick survey: https://bit.ly/3MtSfig
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Tents, evictions and gentrification. SOLD OUT envisions what home should be, by telling stories from California, the epicenter of the nation’s housing crisis. A new season of SOLD OUT examines the patterns of evictions. Not just the ones that have made headlines during the pandemic, but the ones that have quietly disrupted lives for years. It dives into the racism, inequality, power and privilege that influence evictions, and introduces the people who are fighting for change, to help keep people from losing their homes. Hosted by KQED's Erin Baldassari and Molly Solomon. Let us know what you think of this show by taking a quick survey: https://bit.ly/3MtSfig
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