On December 6, 2005, a total of 86 adults and children were evicted by sheriff's deputies from their Lincoln Place apartments. This nine-minute film documents that dark day in Los Angeles history and the emotional toll it took on the many working class and elderly tenants who had long called the place home. (produced by Laura Silagi and David Ewing)

Facing the threat of losing their homes, the Lincoln Place tenant leaders put together an offer to buy the complex and run it as a tenant-owned nonprofit. This thirty-two-minute film spotlights that effort and other activities by those tenant leaders and their supporters. (Produced by Karen Brodkin and Mary Hardy)th


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August 9th, 2005

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September 15th, 1991

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July 26, 2012