She acknowledged that the “price might seem low today, but the purchase was actually negotiated in 2011 during the real estate bust and recession.
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Heather must have been hiding in the bushes during the confrontation and heard the officer drop the n-word a few times. How else could she be SOOO certain that racism was involved?
Speaking of racism; neighborhoods continue to change and evolve and many in Seattle are improving but we'll continue to wring our hands if and only if white people are moving in because 'gentrification.'
Of course studies continue to show that the gentrification myth is largely overwrought, minorities remaining in 'gentrified' areas have better outcomes, and the much larger issue is concentrated areas of high poverty that provide very few opportunities but let's just keep beating that drum.
If such resistance were common, the risk of serious injury or death to all of us would, counter-intuitively be less, because the frequency of such violent (before the gunfire, the victim was tackled from behind and was given a black eye when having his head pounded into the pavement) criminal attempts would likely decline. A would-be robber just isn't going to chance it.
Yes. Of course it was. Just another day at the office for the rentier class while our public agencies auction off our public goods to pay back rent. We'd probably get a better deal from a payday loan establishment.
Way more honest than this "affordable housing" shell game being played here.