EPISODE 15   |   FEBRUARY 1, 2019

AMERICA FIRST

Why is homelessness surging in California? To search for the answer, we’ll follow an inspiring young American that journeyed from the White House to Skid Row, and hear what he learned along the way.

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EPISODE 15   |   FEBRUARY 1, 2019

AMERICA FIRST

Why is homelessness surging in California? To search for the answer, we’ll follow an inspiring young American that journeyed from the White House to Skid Row, and hear what he learned along the way.

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We are told the economy is booming, and unemployment is at an all-time low. But something is happening in parts of America that appears to contradict these bits of information.

CBS LA Reporter: Well hundreds of homeless people in Orange County now have two options – move out or get arrested. 

Eyewitness 7 Reporter: Clean up is underway at the homeless encampment along the Santa Ana river trail. The area is now closed for three months for rehabilitation. But nearly one thousand people live here.

Angela Peifer: I think it’s gonna be hard to make everybody leave, because we don’t have places to go.

Reporter: In a last minute vote that shocked city leaders and home owners, County Board of Supervisors agreed to temporarily house at least 100 homeless in Huntington Beach, at least 200 just south of the great park in Irvine, and more than 100 in Laguna Nigel.  

Homeless Activist: Right now we’re in a homelessness crisis. If we keep leaving this with out a crisis response, this is what you’re gonna see in every city block in LA.

Patrick Courrielche: Homelessness is surging in the home state of Hollywood and Silicon Valley. But why? Why is homelessness surging in California?

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