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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Brick by Brick

Thanks to Florence Roisman for pointing me to Brick by Brick: A Civil Rights Story, a film about housing and education discrimination in Yonkers.  According to Florence, the housing issues predominate, and it might make an interesting addition to property courses.

Ben Barros

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Thank you for the video suggestion. I have also been looking for videos that I could show in my Property class. A couple I found include:
* Eyes on the Prize: Two Societies (examines segregated housing in the 60s)
* A Raisin in the Sun (restrictive covenant issues)
* The Money Pitt (a fun one that perhaps could be illustrative of warranty of quality/duty to disclose defects issues).

Any others you can think of?

Posted by: Amanda Pecchioni | Aug 21, 2008 1:35:50 PM

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