Continues to thicken housing bubble in the U.S.

Millions of people in America are still paying the price of the housing bubble. Families left jobless and homeless now face an unaffordable housing market, thousands living on the streets.

The effects of the “housing bubble” that triggered the economic crisis of 2007 are still being felt in vast sectors of the population. The combination of cost of living, low-wage jobs and high unemployment rates only exacerbate these problems and force Americans to choose between food, shelter and countless other expenses.

Organizations and activists gather hundreds of people affected by housing problems, to send a message to the government of the city.

Despite the good intentions of activism, this problem does not seem to have a short-term solution. The lack of jobs and high housing costs have made ​​many people lose hope of having your own roof.


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