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Part III: EPA Residents Fight for Tenants' Rights
More photos from March 11 demonstration with Youth United for Community Action (YUCA), Raging Grannies Action League Displacement Watch Team, and tenants of properties owned by Page Mill Properties. The group marched from East Palo Alto, ending at Congresswoman Anna Eshoo's Office where they presented their case in speeches and letters to the staff.
Part I is here: http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2009/03/12/18576431.php
Part II is here: http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2009/03/13/18576707.php
Photos by Justin Miel http://www.gotmiel.com
R. Robertson for indybay
Top photo: Raging grannies shout, "Off to Eshoo's!" Leaving Page Mill Properties' HQ which was first stop on the march.
Raging Grannies are frequent visitors to the Congresswoman's office.
Activist East Palo Alto group of youth
Tenants are tired of the battle, but continue the fight!
...and earlier in the afternoon in front of Page Mill's HQ
Ukulele accompanied songs including:
Listen to the People!
tune: Are you Sleeping (Frere Jacques)
Listen to the tenants, listen to the tenants
What do they say, what do they say?
Show us some humanity, show us some humanity,
Right away, right away!