At the beginning of this year, Orange County announced the simplest of solutions to its homeless problem: It would make living along the Santa Ana riverbed illegal and let the homeless figure out where to go.
After an Eagle Rock homeless encampment was dismantled, one business allegedly went a step further by covering the sidewalk with what an employee described as a mix of “half lime and half marking lime.”
Nearly 58,000 people are homeless in Los Angeles County, according to a 2017 count — up from 20 percent from the year before.
Photojournalist Joanne Kim captures the sights of Saturday’s Women’s March in downtown L.A.
50 years after his death, Martin Luther King Jr.’s teaching on nonviolent direct action are as relevant as ever.