How activists are fighting homelessness in Los Angeles

What will it take to resolve the city’s crisis of homelessness?

There are more than 60,000 homeless people in Los Angeles [File: Mike Blake/Reuters]

Los Angeles, California is home to more than 60,000 homeless people – the second largest unhoused population in the United States.

As an end to the pandemic and eviction moratoriums draw nearer, we ask: What will it take to resolve Los Angeles’ crisis of homelessness?

In this episode:

Amina Waheed (@atwaheed), Producer at Al Jazeera’s award-winning documentary show Fault Lines
Sammy Sumpter, Los Angeles resident
Joe Buscaino (@JoeBuscaino), Los Angeles councilman
Martha Escudero (@ReclaimingHomes), Activist with Reclaiming our Homes

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Source: Al Jazeera

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