How the Urban Voices Project is giving a voice to Skid Row’s homeless
A staggering 55,000 people are living on the streets in Los Angeles — its epicenter being Skid Row, which has the highest concentration of homelessness in America. In the midst of this crisis, the Urban Voices Project is giving this community a place to be heard and find purpose. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports.
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