Five years after the housing-market collapse, thousands of New Yorkers are still in danger of losing their homes. But how can ordinary people deal with backlogged courts, complicated foreclosure processes - and fight back against social inequity at the same time? We are joined by Jay Kim and Karen Gargamelli, co-founders and Staff Attorneys at New York's Common Law. Kim and Gargamelli have been working as foreclosure-prevention attorneys since 2007 and currently organize alongside a group of homeowners called the Foreclosure Resisters.

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