Native American Tribes Run Project Homekey Sites To Fight Homelessness In California
California’s Project Homekey buys motels and turns them into housing for the state’s homeless population.
It’s resulted in 94 new housing projects across the state. Three are run by Native American tribes.
Molly Solomon from member station KQED reports.
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