How Moms 4 Housing Changed Laws and Inspired a Movement

KQED - Nearly a year after a group of homeless moms occupied a house in West Oakland and captured the nation's attention with their protest against the Bay Area's high housing costs, they came back to the home to celebrate.

On Oct. 9, Moms 4 Housing announced the home would soon become transitional housing for other homeless mothers, with services on-site to help with jobs, credit readiness and permanent housing.

"This is officially moms' house," said Dominique Walker, one of the moms who occupied the home.


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