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1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA

Community redevelopment and homeless services in Covina

46,800 people live in this small city in the San Gabriel Valley, two dozen of them without permanent housing. That may not seem like a lot, especially by Los Angeles County standards, but what may make Covina unique is that … Continue reading

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1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA

The national homeless count

The Homeless count in Los Angeles County is done every two years and is headed by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), the lead agency in the county’s Continuum of Care. Two years ago when the count estimated that … Continue reading

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12/20/2010: walking the city

Brenda Hutchinson: Soundscape from Manhattan

For two years in the early 80’s, sound artist, Brenda Hutchinson, recorded people living on the streets of Manhattan when she was dealing with homelessness and struggling as an artist. “It was heartbreaking, and I was angry and bitter,” she … Continue reading

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