Douglas Guthrie

Los Angeles Public Housing Authority

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Executive Director of the Los Angeles Public Housing Authority

Douglas Guthrie on KCRW

Jordan Downs  in LA's Watts district was begun as a shelter for factory workers during World War II. It was turned into public housing in the 1950's.

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Jordan Downs in LA's Watts district was begun as a shelter for factory workers during World War II. It was turned into public housing in the 1950's.

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