WE ARE NOT OK: PHOTOS FROM SKID ROW LA

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WE ARE NOT OK: PHOTOS FROM SKID ROW LA

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Between 3,000 and 6,000 homeless people are on the streets of downtown’s Skid Row on any given day, the largest concentration of homeless people in the United States. LA tops the nation with an estimated 44,000 chronically homeless people, making tent cities common sites under overpasses, along freeways, in neighborhoods both rich and poor. On July 4, 2016, a national day of celebration, Ave Pildas went to Skid Row to document this dire situation.

The images reveal a cross section of Skid Row: kids walking with a balloon, proud vets trying to get through another day, couples, fathers and sons, residents of all ages and races: happy, angry, pensive, and humble. 

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