Philip Alston

United Nations special rapporteur on extreme and human rights poverty

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Philip Alston on KCRW

The United Nations has a special investigator for extreme poverty and human rights. He recently toured the United States. His first stop was Los Angeles.

United Nations official weighs in on LA poverty and homelessness

The United Nations has a special investigator for extreme poverty and human rights. He recently toured the United States. His first stop was Los Angeles.

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