Last month, KPCC asked its audience what they wanted to know about homelessness.
More than 70 people submitted questions, and more than 150 voted. The question that received the most votes — by a wide margin— was “What policy steps is the city taking to address housing affordability and homelessness?”
Now, they’re hosting an in-person discussion to answer your questions. KPCC’s Libby Denkmann will lead a conversation with city leaders working on the frontlines of L.A.’s homelessness crisis, including:
Elise Buik, president of the United Way of Greater Los Angeles
Va Lecia Adams Kellum, president and CEO of St. Joseph Center
Peter Lynn, executive director of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority