Between Bad Choices

Women and housing in the United States

When I was 18, I moved into a boarding house wedged between a cemetery and the train tracks. The room I rented was at the front of the old farmhouse and would have originally been the living room: It had a big drafty fireplace and a huge, generous window that opened onto the front porch.

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Mother. Southerner. Storyteller. Bread and Roses. #race #class #poverty #gender #equity #children #egalitarianorganizing #bottomupstorytelling *views my own*

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