Long Beach: Say yes to housing

This year, nearly 4,000 people will experience homelessness in Long Beach. They are foster kids, seniors, veterans, survivors of domestic violence, and working adults. Homelessness is Long Beach’s number one problem and…

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Let’s keep going, Long Beach

On Tuesday, January 7, five members of the Long Beach City Council voted to take solutions to our city’s homelessness crisis off the table.  They had an opportunity, after years of studies…

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Stories From The Frontline: South Bay

Last month, hundreds of South Bay residents gathered in Torrance for our latest Stories From The Frontline event. This edition of Stories From The Frontline felt special—not only because it was our…

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Progress is building

Three years ago, voters took a hard look at the housing and homelessness crisis in L.A. and decided to do something about it. We passed Prop. HHH to create housing for thousands…

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Our neighbors in supportive housing

We’re excited about all the supportive housing L.A. is creating for people experiencing homelessness, but we need to remember that 8,424 isn’t just a number—it represents real homes for real people. These…

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We voted. We’re building.

Three years ago this month, people in the city of L.A. voted to tax themselves in order to create housing for their most vulnerable neighbors experiencing homelessness. Prop. HHH passed with more…

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Domestic violence & homelessness

A NOTE: The following blog addresses domestic violence, with discussion of its impact during and after the abuse. Some may find this topic triggering. In this instance of connecting domestic violence and…

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Everyone In | These Streets

Everyone In is thrilled to announce our partnership with These Streets Magazine to produce short documentary films that tell the powerful, complex stories of homelessness in Los Angeles, as well as the efforts of…

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Stories From The Frontline, Mar Vista

Last week, hundreds of West L.A. residents, organizers, and activists gathered at Coffee Connection in Mar Vista to hear stories from their neighbors. Like most of our Stories From The Frontline events,…

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