@dchealthylosangeles | KCET
A growing body of research is reinforcing what public health and housing advocates in Los Angeles have long known: losing your home can be hazardous to your health.
With active modes of transportation on the rise in L.A. and across the United States, the public health lens must be taken into account when planning the future of transportation in this city.
For many years communities like Pacoima have been planned and built for us, instead of with us. The effects of the lack of community input are evident: polluting industry next to homes, lack of economic development opportunities, lack of green space, a...