Warren Szewczyk

KCRW Staff

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When someone is forced from their home, whether by rising rent, eviction or a community that grows unaffordable, the consequences are tangible and life-changing.

‘Root Shock’ and the psychological toll of displacement

When someone is forced from their home, whether by rising rent, eviction or a community that grows unaffordable, the consequences are tangible and life-changing.

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