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Black Families Were Pushed Out Of Portland Now They Want Them Back?

Shala Yisrael
Shala Yisrael
28 May 2019

In Portland, Oregon, a program called Right to Return aims to atone for the repeated displacement of thousands of African-American families from the city. Amna Nawaz and producer Mike Fritz explore how it's all playing out, as part of our series Chasing the Dream.

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Shala Yisrael
Shala Yisrael 2 years ago

O...oooh. So now that the city of Portland needs money, they come with some bamboozle BS that they want to pay the first mortgage, on insanely over priced homes, for the black families who they pushed out (so they can charge them high interest rates and late payment switch & bait)? I don't think so. I would have told them to shove it!

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2 years ago

Smells Foul

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