The exhausting state of being a professional advocate for ending Homelessness

Really, it seems simple. California, of all places is especially equipped to feed and house the residents here. California grows enough food to feed the nation. True, our diet would be steak, milk, oranges, strawberries, watermelon and artichoke but who is complaining about that? There are 18,600,000 vacant homes in the United States. There are […]

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Homelessness is Bad. The Homeless are Just People.

I have been taking part of a Facebook group run by channel 7 ABC. They are discussing homelessness and solutions and issues. But mostly it’s just a place for people to fight about homelessness. Some people think that all homeless people are criminals, they are illegal aliens or choosing homelessness. They accuse these street residents […]

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The Trojan Shelter

The Trojan Shelter “We had to start somewhere!” agreed a determined pair of passionate undergrad students at USC, Abigail Leung and Esther Cha, who decided to do something when they heard about college student hunger and homelessness.  They formed the Trojan Shelter Project at USC with a vision of getting involved in a practical way […]

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LA Leaders Opposed A Law That Would Make It Harder To Tow Cars — Even If People Are Living In Them: LAist

https://laist.com/2019/06/12/homeless_rv_tow_parking_ticket_AB516.php This is why I went to City Hall to speak on yesterday. I’m saying that being homeless adjacent and living in a recreational vehicle is better than living on the street. Even at the door that separates you from the street is made out of aluminum and can be kicked in it means so […]

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