Little Pink House is a dramatic, touching and true film about one woman’s fight to save her home and another woman’s effort to take it to advance her political ambitions-a conflict that ultimately led all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Susette Kelo fights to save the only home she ever owned and to keep herself together as her world around her falls apart. Her legal case-litigated in the court of law and in the court of public opinion by the Institute for Justice-sparked a nationwide backlash against eminent domain abuse . . . the government’s use of eminent domain to take one person’s land only to give it over to another private party for their private use.
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