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Does the return of a neighborhood mean the poor have to leave? 

Click for larger image • Zelia Stanback's home on Queen Street was condemned after ACORN members protested her living conditions. Last week, the owner planned to demolish it, but the neighborhood rallied to save it. Realtor Ken Gasch says he will sell the house.

Image credit: Photo by Derek Anderson

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