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Charlottesville evictions spur protests
The Daily Progress Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 12:01 a.m.

Phebie Seay, 63, sat in the shade Tuesday while her grandchildren hauled her belongings to a moving truck on a Charlottesville street.

The group moved fast at the South First Street public housing site, because they only had a few hours to go.

On what used to be Seay’s front lawn, a group of redshirted activists were protesting against what they say is a series of short-notice evictions involving public housing residents.

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