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Occupied Real Estate

East New York City suffers from a home foreclosure rate that is five times greater than the state’s average. In response, Occupy Wall Street sympathizers staged an “Occupy Real Estate” protest, at which New York Councilman Charles Barron declared that “this community belongs to us; these foreclosed houses belong to us; and we are here to reclaim them, to occupy those homes that have been taken from us.”  The December 2011 event was documented in ""Occupied" Real Estate," a 3½-minute video housed on the website of Odyssey Networks, an interfaith multimedia consortium.



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