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Inner City Law Center- Skid Row Walking Tour
September 29, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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About the Skid Row Walking Tour: Los Angeles is the homelessness capital of the United States with over 57,794 people living on our streets every night. Although the 50-square-block neighborhood known as Skid Row is ground zero for LA homelessness, Skid Row is actually a diverse community with even more residents living in housing than on the streets. Skid Row is also home to thriving businesses and nonprofits and provides several outstanding examples of permanent supportive housing, the ultimate solution to long-term homelessness.
We invite you to learn more about Skid Row and how you can become part of Inner City Law Center’s work to end homelessness and slum housing by joining us for a walking tour of our Skid Row neighborhood.
Please RSVP here and contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 891-2880 to address any questions or concerns. Tours start promptly so that we can be done within the scheduled time. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.
Parking is available on Industrial Street or at the parking meters on Central Avenue.
About ICLC: The only provider of legal services on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles, Inner City Law Center combats slum housing while developing strategies to end homelessness.
Inner City Law Center is recognized for our expertise in housing issues, veterans’ benefits, and homelessness prevention. Our staff of 44, including 24 attorneys, provides quality legal representation for people who have nowhere else to turn. We fight for justice for low-income tenants, working poor families, immigrants, people who are living with HIV/AIDS or are disabled, and veterans.