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L.A. Must House Homeless, AHF Renews Offer of 74-Room Hotel

In News by Housing Is A Human Right

AIDS Healthcare Foundation renewed its offer today of a turnkey 74-room hotel in Los Angeles — an offer first made to government officials over two months ago — for temporarily housing the homeless and/or isolate suspected coronavirus patients. …

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Dolores Huerta’s Hard-Earned Wisdom

In News by Patrick Range McDonald

A few days ago, Dolores Huerta, the indefatigable, 89-year-old labor union and civil rights activist, wanted to share her wisdom. She stood inside a ballroom at Cal State L.A., on a platform, with a large …

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‘When We Fight, We Win!’

In News by Patrick Range McDonald

This past weekend, inside the Morningside High School gymnasium in Inglewood, hundreds of housing activists and renters, of all ages and colors, sat together in the bleachers and talked solutions. In front of them, Lupe …