antiforeclosure

antiforeclosure

(ˌæntɪfɔːˈkləʊʒə)
adj
opposed to the process of foreclosure
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At this level of generality it is evidently hard to distinguish between those instances in which "initiation" already involves a series of complex collaborative actions, such as taking the first steps to setting up an antiforeclosure campaign, and those such as a lone individual creating a meme that will travel widely.
But the Obama administration's main antiforeclosure effort has fallen far short of its goal to modify three million to four million troubled loans.
From antiforeclosure sit-ins to protesting ICE raids (9) and organizing legal defense funds for undocumented migrants, queers take their large or small place in a range of struggles that may affect them directly--sometimes disproportionately--or that may, at other times, simply affect people.