Anne Zimmerman

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The Los Angeles City Council is considering two separate measures to address homelessness in the Southland — a $1.2 billion bond to pay for housing for the homeless over a decade, or…

Design for Dignity: Everyday Actions to Alleviate Homelessness

The Los Angeles City Council is considering two separate measures to address homelessness in the Southland — a $1.2 billion bond to pay for housing for the homeless over a decade, or…

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