Experiments with truth: 8/12/09

    After the authorities evicted a Minneapolis woman who staged a months-long, public fight to stay in her foreclosed home, dozens of activistsbroke into the house, opened it back up and helped her move her belongings back in.
    After the authorities evicted a Minneapolis woman who staged a months-long, public fight to stay in her foreclosed home, dozens of activists broke into the house, opened it back up and helped her move her belongings back in.


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