Why can’t we solve homelessness now?
Dec 15, 2020
11 am ET
This event was recorded and is available to subscribers of the Forward.
Watch four L.A. leaders in homeless advocacy, services and urban design in an in-depth discussion with Forward National Editor Rob Eshman on solving LA’s most intractable problem now. What are new effective ideas for tackling homelessness? How will COVID-19 present challenges and opportunities for solving homelessness? What role can government, private enterprise, NGOs and faith communities play? Featuring Ron Galperin, City Controller; Rabbi Noah Farkas, LA Homeless Services Agency; and Dana Cuff, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, UCLA.
This talk is part of our series Forward Forums: Local Perspectives on National Issues.
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