From November of 2019 to January of 2020, two Black mothers occupied a vacant West Oakland property without permission from the company that owned the house, Southern California-based Wedgewood Properties.
Since then — after a lot of public pressure — Wedgewood agreed to let them stay. The Oakland Community Land Trust will purchase the home and least it back to the moms.
Today, we're revisiting the moral argument behind Moms 4 Housing's activism: that housing is a human right.
This episode originally aired on January 3, 2020.
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