From USA Today
For Max Rameau, a vacant, boarded-up home is more than just a symbol of the national housing crisis. It’s an opportunity to house the homeless.
Rameau, a homeless advocate, runs a controversial program in Miami that helps families squat in homes vacated because of bank foreclosures. Using Internet listings and a team of volunteers, Rameau and his Take Back the Land foundation matches homeless families with empty homes.
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