Steve Woodson

Former Echo Park Lake resident

Former Echo Park Lake resident

Steve Woodson on KCRW

KCRW talks to three people who were displaced from the lake.

Echo Park Lake: Tall fences and no more homeless camps. Where are the former residents now?

KCRW talks to three people who were displaced from the lake.

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