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Tiny Home Village Offers Pathway to Permanent Housing
Through its constellation of tiny homes, The Chandler Boulevard Bridge Home Village has brought opportunity and vitality to 41 residents of North Hollywood. ...
Homeless Woman Died Without Claiming Inheritance
Before her death in January 2020, Cathy Boone had been living on the streets for years, struggling with drug abuse and mental illness. But for her father, ...
Black Homeowner’s Appraisal Doubles After White Friend Poses as Owner
For most homeowners in a hot housing market, the value of their property tends to rise dramatically. But not for Carlette Duffy. Her home seemed not to ...
Why Jackie Robinson’s Hall of Fame Plaque Had to Change
A legacy sometimes ends up obscuring achievements. Jackie Robinson may have been fearful of this happening to his legacy when he was inducted into the ...
Winning the Unfair Canoe Race
Writer Al Hsu tells this story:
I grew up in an affluent community that was something like 94 percent white. During high school, I went to a Christian ...
A Tale of Two Families, Two Racisms
In 1957, my parents moved into Levittown, Pennsylvania. It was a brand-new suburban community and these homes were finally at a price that Army veterans ...
Car Dealership Opens Parking Lot for Homeless Sleeping in Cars
James Charles decided that he wanted to help alleviate the problem of people without homes. Lacking access to any kind of large-scale shelter, Charles ...
Educators Support Youth by Taking Them into Their Homes
Bright, affable Jay’Veontae Hudson isn’t the typical student that one would associate with chronic homelessness. But his senior year will ...
Human 'Computer' Honored in NASA Facility Renaming
A NASA facility in West Virginia was recently renamed in honor of West Virginia native Katherine Johnson, who played a pivotal role in the first US mission ...
Cancer and Suffering Can Obliterate Racism
The first time you park your car in the vast, cold cavern of the underground garage and step onto the [hospital] elevator, you may feel alien and forsaken. ...