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Headline: What it’s like to be a women and homeless in the streets of LA
Teaser: Woman are the fastest growing share of LA’s homeless population. They’re more vulnerable on the streets than men — as the story of a formerly homeless woman shows.
Below please find the link to my final multimedia package. Thank you all for a wonderful semester.
All the best,
Headline: Science Comes Alive At The Science Center
Teaser: Have you ever wanted to take a trip to space or explore the arctic? Young and old can do all this through hands-on experiences at the California Science Center.
Headline: Despite Police Efforts, Crime Remains High in Vermont Square
30 Word Teaser: Police in Vermont Square say they are trying hard to foster a relationship with the community. Read here to learn about recent crimes in the neighborhood, and how police plan to reduce crime.
Headline: The Power of Song Speaks Volumes in South L.A. Church
Tease: From the lead musician to the listening congregation, music plays a major part in the lives of members of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles.
Photo link: http://offthefreeway.com/2016/community/jmcdaniels/images/jmcdaniels-tzr.JPG/ (link won’t work, but path is correct)
Mike Neely is the founder of HOPICS. His passion for helping the homeless came about not as a result of philanthropy, but rather of necessity: improving his homeless teenage life.
An Angelino’s Tale of Rags to Ritches
Hopping for Hope
Homeless Helping the Homeless
Samir Arghandwall, or Evol, is an artist in Los Angeles. A small community in Vermont Harbor is tells what its like to have him and his murals bless their alleys.
Graffiti artist brightens up South LA community
The Faces that Make Smiles
How Graffiti has Become Positive in South LA
This Graffiti Artist is being asked to paint in Peoples Homes
Bike Path Controversial among South LA Residents
Bike Path to bring transformative connection across South LA
South LA Residents both Hopeful and Skeptical of Planned Bike Path
The Rail 2 River Bike Path is planned to run from Vernon to Hyde Park along an abandoned railroad on Slauson Avenue. However, some community activisits would rather see rail return to the transit dependent neighborhoods it serves.
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