Douglas Guthrie

Los Angeles Public Housing Authority

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Executive Director of the Los Angeles Public Housing Authority

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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.

Can Public Housing Be Privatized?

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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