Criminalizing Survival: Homelessness and the Law (Part 2)

October 29, 2019
This episode is the second of a two part series examining the complexity of addressing homelessness.  In Los Angeles, as voters were passing measures to significantly increase the amount of money available to address homelessness and help people find housing, the city continued to enforce ordinances that violated the civil rights of people who did not have a home.  In this episode, we speak to Shayla Myers of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles to discuss her work litigating on behalf of the unhoused, as well as the legal and policy issues at play.


Hosted by Zach Morris and Jeremy Weese
Produced by Chris McGill

Music provided by Soleternity.

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Dialectic: Criminalizing Survival: Homelessness and the Law - Part II, [small-caps]UCLA L. Rev.[end-small-caps] (Oct. 29 2019),