Alicia Lara

United Way of Greater Los Angeles

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Vice president of Community Investment at United Way of Greater Los Angeles

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About 36,000 veterans who've served since the attacks of September 11 now live in Los Angeles County, and some 24,000 more are expected before the US withdraws from Afghanistan.

LA Veterans Are Falling Through the Cracks

About 36,000 veterans who've served since the attacks of September 11 now live in Los Angeles County, and some 24,000 more are expected before the US withdraws from Afghanistan.

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