Carla Green

Carla Green

Managing Producer, 'UnFictional'

Carla Green is a reporter, fact checker and the managing producer of UnFictional. She has reported news and longform stories on a wide variety of topics, but primarily covers the housing and homelessness crisis in Los Angeles. You can find more of her work at her website.

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“The L Word” is back after 10 years off air. Lots of young queer women saw themselves for the first time in the show’s characters.

‘The L Word: Generation Q’ is bringing back TV’s most famous lesbians

“The L Word” is back after 10 years off air. Lots of young queer women saw themselves for the first time in the show’s characters.

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Brandi Wolfe says the scariest moment in her three years of homelessness came when she was sitting in a quiet North Hollywood park down the street from where she lives.

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Brandi Wolfe says the scariest moment in her three years of homelessness came when she was sitting in a quiet North Hollywood park down the street from where she lives.

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The gym is an important part of Mark’s routine, because he’s one of about 16,000 Angelenos who live in their cars. And like many people without a stable place to live, Mark relies on the gym to keep up the appearance of being housed.

For many homeless Angelenos, the gym is critical to survival

The gym is an important part of Mark’s routine, because he’s one of about 16,000 Angelenos who live in their cars. And like many people without a stable place to live, Mark relies on the gym to keep up the appearance of being housed.

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