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Activists, Researchers Say a ‘Tidal Wave’ of Evictions is Coming Soon - Professionalism News

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Posted on: Dec 30, 2020

From Yes! Weekly:

In this two-part series, YES! Weekly will outline the concerns of activists, discuss the findings of a 2014-2018 case study addressing housing loss in Forsyth County, as well as report local government officials’ responses to criticisms from activists and whether or not they could (or would) implement the study’s policy recommendations. 

 “If you think about how the governor put out an order restricting the number of people you can gather, at the same time, they are summoning 60 plus families to come here at 2 p.m. and go into that building and get evicted,” said Fern outside of the government center last Friday. “We are about to see a tidal wave [of evictions] in Forsyth County.” Read more.

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