Topic Los Angeles
And even if they do, will it make a difference?
A new study by Strategic Actions for a Just Economy links corporate ownership to faster neighborhood rent increases.
New details emerge on the LA Olympic security plan, and they bode ill for the city’s most vulnerable communties.
“HACLA nos ha dado la espalda porque no respetan a los miembros del RAC que se han organizado en estos desarrollos comunitarios”
“HACLA has turned their back on us because they don’t respect the Residential Advisory Committees that have organized in these housing developments."
Federal dollars are available from FEMA to reimburse homeless housing projects, including hotel conversions, but logistical and political hurdles remain.
Project Roomkey’s punitive policies hamper California’s efforts to house the unhoused.
It’s incredibly easy for officers to detain those exercising their right to free speech, yet it’s often an empty (if cruel) gesture.
Street Watch LA continues to work alongside the unhoused community to block the harmful sweeps.
In understanding how the Brown Act upholds our rights, we can better identify when those rights are violated and what we can do about it.