A Dream Foreclosed
Laura Gottesdiener talked about her book, A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home, in which she looks at the impact of home foreclosures and evictions on African-American communities around the country. This event was part of the 2014 Virginia Festival of the Book, and took place in the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. close
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William H. Anderson Jr. Staff Psychologist University of Virginia->Counseling and Psychological Services
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