Azusena Favela

Urban Renewal Network

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Programs & Operations Director at the Leadership for Urban Renewal Network, which advocates on behalf of street vendors.

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The cellphone video of a man overturning a street vendor’s cart in Los Angeles has gone viral.

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The cellphone video of a man overturning a street vendor’s cart in Los Angeles has gone viral.

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