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Inside LA’s Homeless Industrial Complex
Just 7 percent of the people in Los Angeles’s Echo Park encampment found permanent housing after it was cleared. Almost half are missing. Seven are dead. That’s not a failure of homelessness policy; it’s an example of the system working exactly as intended.
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August 18, 2021
How the Pandemic Became an Unplanned Experiment in Abolishing the Child Welfare System
Fears about a spike in abuse were proved wrong. Now mothers with firsthand experience of the system want to transform its approach to family safety, which is rooted in racist surveillance and carceral intervention.
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