Homeless Philadelphians Move into Vacant City-Owned Homes

By Unicorn Riot

Philadelphia, PA – Housing advocates have revealed that they’ve facilitated moving previously-unhoused city residents into “vacant, viable” homes in North Philly owned by the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA). According to those who are helping families move in, a large number of usable residences are being intentionally left vacant by the PHA so that they can be sold to developers.

The process of finding empty PHA-owned homes, fixing them up, and helping to move people in is a collaboration between ‘Occupy PHA’ and the Revolutionary Workers Collective […]

Via https://unicornriot.ninja/2020/homeless-philadelphians-moving-into-empty-city-owned-homes/

4 thoughts on “Homeless Philadelphians Move into Vacant City-Owned Homes

  1. Tubularsock does hope that they set some standards for this activity.

    Maybe ONLY wealthy homeless people would get to move into the empty buildings.
    We need to protect property values you know. It’s the American way!

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