VaLecia Adams Kellum

St. Joseph Center

Executive director of the St. Joseph Center, a homeless services organization in Venice, California

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This afternoon, as El Niño storms are finally arriving, LA County’s civil grand jury issued a  report  on preparations to protect some 29,000 homeless people.

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