Bay Area seventh grader helps to organize San Francisco student protests as part of Friday’s “Climate Strike.”
California’s homeless crisis has been fueled by gentrification and an affordable housing shortage that is especially acute in such job-rich urban areas as Los Angeles and San Francisco.
From a 1966 Chicago speech before the Medical Committee for Human Rights.
With more money than ever to spend on homelessness, Los Angeles County offers fewer winter shelter beds than last year. Why?
Co-published by Beyond Chron
Evoking a previously unenforced “no pet” clause is one good way for property owners to empty a building before it’s put up for sale, or to push out low-rent tenants in a gentrifying area.