A study conducted by the Hope Center found that 15% of students at four-year universities have experienced homelessness as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Thousands join in Echo Park Wednesday to protest city plans to displace hundreds of encampments.
Individuals experiencing homelessness forced to relocate after county officials fill encampment site with rocks
Los Angeles County Public Works has been conducting “flood control” near the Los Angeles River using rocks, driving out those facing housing insecurity who had been residing near the bike trail.
The Butterfly Effect, a student advocacy group at Long Beach State, works to raise awareness of challenges students continue to face surrounding housing and food insecurity as the coronavirus pandemic progresses.
The California State University held an online panel Tuesday to discuss Homelessness Awareness Week in an effort to promote solutions to housing and food insecurities faced by students in the 23-campus system.
A mobile ballot center is providing access for the homeless community in Long Beach to have an opportunity to cast their ballots eight days before Election Day.
This story project was produced by interns from EdSource’s California Student Journalism Corps. As universities transitioned to online-learning to slow the spread of Covid-19, thousands of California college students flocked to their dorms, apartments or parents’ homes to continue their studies from the comfort of their bedrooms, wherever those were[Read More…]
In the CSU system, 53,000 students experience homelessness of some kind. Student club The Butterfly Effect and CSULB’s Basic Needs Program are taking steps to help solve the epidemic.
Illustrator Rodrigo Gonzalez shows how far good will can go for some people during the holidays.
After facing weeks of scrutiny, Mayor Garcia sits down with District Four residents to talk Long Beach issues.