Jeff Page

Skid Row community activist

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A federal judge has ordered the city and county of Los Angeles to offer shelters for people on Skid Row by October 18.

LA must offer shelters to Skid Row residents by October, says federal judge. Can it be done?

A federal judge has ordered the city and county of Los Angeles to offer shelters for people on Skid Row by October 18.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Los Angeles police officers shot and killed a homeless man known as “Africa” yesterday on Skid Row.

A Shooting on Skid Row

Los Angeles police officers shot and killed a homeless man known as “Africa” yesterday on Skid Row.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For years, the city and county have cycled through plans to help the homeless population of Los Angeles, many of whom live in Downtown’s Skid Row.

New Homeless Initiative: Will It Finally Be Effective?

For years, the city and county have cycled through plans to help the homeless population of Los Angeles, many of whom live in Downtown’s Skid Row.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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