LA is facing a serious housing & homelessness crisis, learn from LA’s experts and advocates what is being done to fight against the social ills that are displacing families and affecting our communities. From luxury developments that are driving rents out of control to record number of homelessness. You will hear and meet community and civic organizations that are leading the efforts in addressing and finding solutions to LA’s top priority.
• Come meet and hear from housing and homeless organizations.
• Learn how you can get involved.
• Free event everyone is welcomed.
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Join us on June 30th: View Event
We need your help to promote the proposed new Bridge Housing Facility in Venice. We all know homelessness is getting worse and we need solutions now. We can’t let people die on our streets and just look away! Be there for Change!
#SheDoes Deserve Shelter & Protection!
Join us on June 13th: View Event
#SheDoes Koreatown Tent Protest
It was apparent from today’s City Hall meeting that some people in Koreatown are against helping their homeless neighbors. We need to make sure this new Crisis Shelter in Koreatown gets established as the first in a series of Crisis Shelters established across the City of LA to bring in not only our mothers, grandmas, sisters & daughters off the streets but our fathers & brothers too. We are facing a homeless crisis and while building Permanent Supportive Housing is crucial, it takes time and time is something the people on our streets, especially our women don’t have.
To show support, we are erecting tents on Vermont and Wilshire (3183 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90005) to show what Koreatown would look like in 2020 if this issue isn’t addressed now. We NEED you this Saturday, May 26th from 5.00pm till 7.00pm. Bring everyone and a tent if you can. What is at stake is not just this shelter, what is at stake is whether we as Angelenos see homeless people as human beings or as trash we can just push away into someone else’s neighborhood.
We need you there because #SheDoes Deserve Shelter & Protection!
Join us on May 26th: View event
The City Council will hear arguments regarding the proposed Koreatown Shelter at City Council chambers at 8.30am this Tuesday, May 22nd. We NEED you to be there in support of the new shelter for Koreatown. Establishing the first shelter in Koreatown is vital for the expansion of shelters in all districts of LA.
Why? Because #SheDoes Deserve Shelter & Protection!
Join us on May 22nd: View event
Thank you for your Hard Work & Courage!
The Budget for the next fiscal year was approved with $30 Million appropriated towards expanding LA’s current shelter system. We got here by screaming #SheDoes! We will get all these shelters open if we keep on screaming #SheDoes Deserve Shelter & Protection! The day is coming soon where there will be shelter for anyone who needs it in Los Angeles.
Thank you for being you!
According to the 2017 Homeless Count, there are over 1,500 homeless people in Council District 10 and over 400 in Koreatown. The proposed temporary homeless shelter in Koreatown is a small part of a larger city-wide plan to address the homelessness crisis. Show your support for homelessness solutions in Koreatown at this peaceful rally.
Like last week (May 12) and the week before (May 5), there will be an opposing group of 200 or more protesting against the homeless shelter. Despite the clashing opinions, please be civil and respectful at all times. Any hostility and violence will not be tolerated.
– The proposed shelter at 682 S. Vermont Ave here in Koreatown.
– Efforts by the city to build similar shelters in the other 14 council districts.
– More opportunities for public discussion of the shelter, including community forums and government hearings.
– The neighborhood of Koreatown, which we believe is an amazing community that will be improved by more services to help our homeless neighbors.
We DO NOT support:
– Misinformation – Learn the facts about the proposed temporary homeless shelter: http://herbwesson.com/…/temporary-homeless-housing-facility/
– Personal attacks – Please focus discussion on the issues, not the the person making the argument. We invite a good faith, issues driven discussion, and encourage others to do the same.
Join us on May 19th: View Event
#SheDoes will be at the Rally of Support for Temporary Homeless Housing Facilities on the South lawn of City hall this Friday, May 18th at 8.45am
Join us on May 18th: View Event
Support the building of a homeless shelter in Koreatown:
Sign the Petition
This coming Tuesday, May 15th at 11.00am the County Board of Supervisors will be discussing allocations towards combating Homelessness for the 2018/2019 budget. We need you to be there and speak for our homeless women on the streets of LA. The County is considering allocating an additional $37 million towards emergency shelters thank to YOU and we need to be there on Tuesday to speak directly to our County Supervisors on how important it is that they do!
Join us on May 15th: View Event
#SheDoes Silent Vigil on May 14th in Koreatown
Posted by Mel Tillekeratne on Friday, May 11, 2018
On February 25th we held a candlelight vigil for Addie who died on the boundary of Koreatown from hypothermia. We promised that we would do whatever possible to avoid another death like hers. Now there is a lot of opposition for the Bridge Housing project planned in Koreatown due to misinformation. We are holding a silent vigil on the corner of Wilshire and Vermont. We understand the the hurt caused by the lack of outreach to the community and we want to listen to your concerns. We also want you to understand that we must protect our homeless community and make sure they’re voices are not silenced.
We will be there in silence and hold a candle for women like Addie who died without shelter and for the hundreds who will die if this shelter is opposed.
We welcome all our #SheDoes Warriors and everyone else to join understanding that this will be a completely silent & non-violent vigil.
Join us on May 14th: View Event