City Inside/Out episodes

The latest in the city's fight against homelessness
City Inside/Out: Homeless Crisis

As the winter weather approaches, the city of Seattle is looking at revamping its multi-million-dollar effort to help the homeless. Mayor Ed Murray is proposing an ambitious Pathways Home plan that includes streamlining current homeless spending and a push for more permanent housing. Should the city allow encampments on undeveloped park land? Is creating four new encampments a good idea? What role will temporary shelters and transitional housing play in the new city plan?

On the show
Charles Knight, Homeless
Sharon Lee, Executive Director, Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI)
Mike O'Brien, Seattle City Council
Cindy Pierce, President, Neighborhood Safety Alliance
Mark Putnam, Director, All Home
Yurij Rudensky, Attorney, Columbia Legal Services
George Scarola, Homelessness Director, City of Seattle
Nicole Simper, Homeless

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