The new edition of Street Roots is on the beat. The lead stories this issue are about Washington County's faith-based community joining forces to end homelessness and Erik Sten standing firm on a homeless day access center downtown. Other features this issue include Q & A's with candidate Chris Smith and former Black Panther Angela Davis.
We highlight Commissioner Leonard's new design for public restrooms downtown, inform readers on what's happening on the ground in Paris with homeless and housing advocates and Michael Anderson with Affordable Housing Now presents a 'to-do' list for the future leader of the Bureau of Housing and Community Development.
Erik Sten floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee, and we give action steps to support activists in New Orleans who were beaten, pepper-sprayed and arrested demanding the halt of 4,500 public housing units from being demolished - all of this and much more in this edition of Street Roots.
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