There's No Place Like Home

Emma Productions

1988, 57:00 minutes, colour


There's No Place Like Home is a wry feminist postscript to the International Year of Shelter for the Homeless. Single mothers, Native women, Black women, and low-income women describe their personal collisions with the so-called "housing crisis", and tell stories of racism, abuse, and slum landlords. Together with housing activists, they analyze the twin bedfellows, the real estate market and government, and clearly outline the ways in which women's rights and lives are eroded by poor or non-existent access to affordable housing.

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