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Los Angeles is at a turning point. We are living in a defining moment. What happens next is up to us. Over the past year, problems and challenges have shaken this city -- and tremendous opportunities for change have presented themselves. How do we rise to this moment and emerge a better place to live? What will it take to create a more just and a more equitable community? Working together, how are we going to create a stronger, forward-thinking Los Angeles? Mike Bonin, the outspoken progress ...
 
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As homelessness continues to increase nationally and locally, we need fast, urgent, and cost-effective solutions. Shared housing is a model where homeless people live together as a group, often in a single-family home, sharing a bedroom with a roommate. It does not require long waits for government-approved vouchers, and it does not require a ton o…
 
Can a federal court make LA solve homelessness? That's the key question in LA Alliance for Human Rights vs. the City of Los Angeles and County of Los Angeles, a provocative federal lawsuit overseen by Judge David O. Carter. In Part 2 of this two-part episode, Mike (who has called for greater court intervention to solve homelessness) talks with with…
 
Can a federal court make LA solve homelessness? That's the key question in LA Alliance for Human Rights vs. the City of Los Angeles and County of Los Angeles, a provocative federal lawsuit overseen by Judge David O. Carter. In Part 1 of this two-part episode, Mike (who has called for greater court intervention to solve homelessness) talks with Eliz…
 
What do transit riders think of LA Metro? And what do they think the regional transit agency thinks of THEM? Councilmember Mike Bonin, a member of the Metro board, talks about the bus system, service cuts, transit policing, fare free transit and more with Metro passengers and transit advocates: Scarlett De Leon of ACT-LA, Oscar Zarate of SAJE, and …
 
The COVID pandemic has given birth to a brutal recession. A new report from the Economic Roundtable predicts job loss from this recession will cause homelessness in Los Angeles to skyrocket. How bad could it get? Who will it hurt? And most importantly, how can we prevent it? Mike talks about that with the report’s author, Dan Flaming, this week on …
 
Riding a wave of public support for criminal justice reform, George Gascón won election as Los Angeles County District Attorney last fall. When he took office in December, he announced a package of sweeping reforms to remake the criminal justice system in Los Angeles. In this edition of What's Next Los Angeles, Mike Bonin talks with Gascón, who exp…
 
With hundreds of thousands of households in Los Angeles at risk of eviction, local housing justice advocates are pushing a big proposal to cancel rent and mortgages -- relieving renters, homeowners and "mom and pop" landlords from financial obligations they cannot possibly meet. On this week's "What's Next, Los Angeles," Mike Bonin speaks with thre…
 
Los Angeles is the largest urban oilfield in the country, and oil drilling happens near homes, schools, parks and hospitals. It mostly happens in low-income, African-American and Latinx communities, and it is making people sick. A dedicated coalition of residents has been fighting to stop drilling where they are living. On this episode of "What's N…
 
In this episode of "What's Next, Angeles?" Mike Bonin talks about reimagining public safety with Ben Adam Climer of CAHOOTS, the successful mobile crisis intervention teams that handle non-violent emergency calls in Eugene, Oregon, in lieu of armed police response. It has become a national model. Mike and Ben discuss how it works in Oregon, and how…
 
Tens of thousands of people are living -- and many of them are dying -- on our streets. Homelessness is an epic humanitarian crisis, and we are not going to solve it unless we hear from people who are living it. In this episode, Mike talks with: Theo Henderson, a former schoolteacher who has been unhoused for 7 years, and hosts the "We the Unhoused…
 
What do state and local election results mean for Los Angeles? We have a discussion about how local progressive grassroots energy shook things up this week — with special guests Manuel Pastor, Eunisses Hernandez, and guest co-host Christen Hebrard. Plus: Mike’s thoughts on how a proposed City ordinance represents a failed approach to homelessness, …
 
One of the most significant issues on the ballot here in Los Angeles County is Measure J -- also known as the Reimagine LA initiative. The official ballot argument for Measure J states it will “address the disproportionate impact of racial injustice by prioritizing health, housing, youth development, and jobs in low-income and underserved communiti…
 
Los Angeles is at a turning point, and what happens next is up to us. Starting in November, join Mike Bonin as he looks at the challenges facing Los Angeles, and at the ideas and people who are building a stronger, forward-thinking community.โดย Mike Bonin
 
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