Rally at Portland City Hall against foreclosures and evictions

Evening News
program date: 
Tue, 11/20/2012

Early this morning, Darren Johnson and Patricia Williams, who were forcibly evicted from their foreclosed home in southeast Portland two weeks ago, moved back in with help from local supporters.

At nine, around 100 people gathered at City Hall in Portland to continue their campaign for a moratorium on housing foreclosures and evictions in the city and Multnomah County. 

Jamie Partridge was there and brought these voices to the KBOO airwaves.

Kari Koch of the Portland Liberation Organizing Council kicked off the rally.


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Boots Riley, the lead singer of  Oakland hip-hop group The Coup, who played last night in Portland, was the last to speak at this morning’s rally.


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That was Boots Riley of hip hop artists The Coup speaking at an anti- foreclosure rally at Portland’s city hall this morning.

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