Jacob Woocher

Los Angeles Tenants Union organizer, eviction defense lawyer, writer

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Over the past few decades, hundreds of public housing units in LA have been demolished or sold to private developers. Why? Community journalism site KNOCK LA investigated.

How did LA’s public housing become privatized? New series finds out

Over the past few decades, hundreds of public housing units in LA have been demolished or sold to private developers. Why? Community journalism site KNOCK LA investigated.

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