A new campaign in LA is organizing for vacant city property to be used to provide shelter for those without.
Steve Hoffman campaign statement: A plan to address the housing crisis
Solutions like relying on the market to solve this urgent economic and human rights problem are phony through and through. For real relief, let’s stop vilifying public housing, and expand it to meet the need!
Tell Disney CEO Bob Iger: Don’t discriminate against your union employees!
Pressure Disney to give all of its employees the $1000 “tax cut” bonus they were promised!
L.A. activists tell city officials to make shelter and sanctuary real
The petition drive for sanctuary and shelter for all struck a chord with those who believe that immigrants and the homeless deserve freedom from want, insecurity, and fear.
Gimme shelter: A radical, practical plan to address the housing crisis
Homelessness is one thing shared by many full-time workers, the newly unemployed, and those displaced by gentrification. Homelessness soars in cities and towns across the U.S. and millions more are… Read more »
Turn up the heat on LA City and County Officials to end the housing and homeless crisis
Hollywood dream tours of mega-mansions can’t mask LA’s housing and homeless nightmare. From north to south, streets are lined with people without shelter—25,000 within city limits; 47,000 in LA County… Read more »
Santuario y refugio para todos
Una petición exige que Los Ángeles los haga realidad
Petition demands Los Angeles provide sanctuary and shelter for all
Los Angeles petition presents some practical solutions for threatened immigrants and homeless.
As homelessness soars in Los Angeles, politicians pretend to care
Yes. LA has a housing and homelessness problem. No news there. And it’s probably not news that many solutions are continually rejected by politicians and developers — capitalists all! The… Read more »
Durham-López campaign statement: Housing is a right, not a luxury
The powers-that-be say that owning your own home is the “American Dream” — but it’s been a bad dream, even a nightmare, for far too many households. Since the latest… Read more »