Deborah LaShever

activist with the homeless


Activist working with the homeless in Venice 

Deborah LaShever on KCRW

LA's homeless population has increased by 12% according to the  Homeless Services Authority .

LA City Hall Takes on the Homeless

LA's homeless population has increased by 12% according to the Homeless Services Authority .

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