What was the effect of that? Did other people begin to come out to register, knowing that you'd take care of them?
This was, actually it was, was a turning point. When people found out that they would provide a place for those of Tent City, that was other families we helped secure land, found peoples who owned their land, who would allow them to move on their property. And people then began to rally around what we was doing. If an individual owned land and could sell lots, we went to those people and said, "Look, share it with these peoples who are being, being evicted." And they did. They sold them lots at a reasonable price, where they could build houses on them themselves. Or move trailers on it.