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Cabrini Green Residents Call On Chicago To Open Housing To Katrina Victims

CHICAGO - SEPTEMBER 09: Myanna Lee, 2, hides behind her grandfather Sherman Smith during a press conference with the Coalition to Protect Public Housing at Chicago Housing Authority's Cabrini Green public housing September 9, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois. The Coalition to Protect Public Housing (CPPH) is demanding that the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) provide vacant units in Chicago's public housing, Cabrini Green, to families made homeless by Hurricane Katrina. The group states that if the CHA does not help, the Cabrini residents will themselves rehab the vacant units, making them available for evacuees. The group states that HUD has available money for the CHA to make the vacant public housing units available. Myanna Lee lives in Chicago and is not an evacuee. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)
Cabrini Green Residents Call On Chicago To Open Housing To Katrina Victims

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Credit:
Tim Boyle / Staff
Editorial #:
55325347
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Getty Images News
Date created:
September 09, 2005
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