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US town homeowners battle big banks

Over five years after US housing market collapse, American families are still being left homeless by bank foreclosures.

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More than five years after the collapse of the US housing market, American families are still being left homeless by bank foreclosures.

Now the people in one town in California are taking matters into their own hands, and the big banks are taking notice.

Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from the town of Richmond.

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