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CA’s Gender Lens on Homeless Domestic Violence Survivors

Season 1 Episode 107 | 26m 46s

Women make up 35% of California’s homeless population, and domestic violence is a leading reason why women lose their housing. Organizations across California are coming together to address this issue, break down silos and bring survivors into decision-making. But their work is in danger because of a 45% budget cut. What can be done?

Aired: 04/04/24 | Expires: 04/04/25
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Angela Davis talks Palestine, elections, our carceral state and collective liberation.
Bloomberg's Stephanie Flanders shares what we should look out for this election year.
How can reformers counter the rhetoric around crime and migration to advance alternatives?
Corporate greenwashing has hijacked Earth Day but the ideas behind the holiday are urgent.
Artist Ai Weiwei discusses how we keep the doors of our minds open to possibility
BIPOC media cover people, places & perspectives beyond the conventional enclaves of power.
How do we end political violence, protect one another and democracy itself?
Maurice Mitchell of the Working Families Party discusses the 2024 presidential election.
The business of media is in danger — but it sure isn’t dead.
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BIPOC media cover people, places & perspectives beyond the conventional enclaves of power.
Angela Davis talks Palestine, elections, our carceral state and collective liberation.
Artist Ai Weiwei discusses how we keep the doors of our minds open to possibility
Corporate greenwashing has hijacked Earth Day but the ideas behind the holiday are urgent.
How can reformers counter the rhetoric around crime and migration to advance alternatives?
Bloomberg's Stephanie Flanders shares what we should look out for this election year.
Maurice Mitchell of the Working Families Party discusses the 2024 presidential election.
How do we end political violence, protect one another and democracy itself?
The business of media is in danger — but it sure isn’t dead.