Shelter

Homelessness

Los Angeles Might Start Punishing Homeless People Based on Where They Sleep

Like schools, parks, or otherwise “crowded public sidewalk areas.”
Emma Ockerman
8.23.19
tech-science

Europe's Space Agency Wants People to Live Inside Moon Caves

The agency wants input on how to send robots to the Moon to explore the virtually unseen caves, which could one day shelter humans.
Becky Ferreira
8.22.19
immigration

Wayfair Workers Are Outraged the Company Is Selling Furniture to “Border Camps”

They're planning to walk off the job Wednesday, according to an unverified Twitter account.
Rex Santus
6.25.19
california wildfires

California wildfires could usher in a "new wave of homelessness"

California already has the highest homeless population of any state.
Tess Owen
11.20.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

One Man Rescued 64 Dogs and Cats from Hurricane Florence in a School Bus

And he's heading back down to Wilmington, North Carolina, for more.
Nicole Clark
9.17.18
immigration

Immigrant parents are agreeing to be deported just to see their kids again

“What does it mean to be reunited on your way back to your country where you’re facing violence?”
Taylor Dolven
7.1.18
Motherboard

The Radioactive Puppies of Chernobyl Will Find Homes in the United States

Some of the descendants of the region’s abandoned dogs are up for adoption.
Becky Ferreira
5.14.18
Homelessness

How Activists Turned Empty London Property into a Thriving Homeless Shelter

As the threat of mass eviction looms, a utopian vision that welcomes homeless people from across the city is now filled with more fear than hope.
Bob Trafford
3.15.18
Shelter

The 'FoodFight!' Campaign to End Food Waste Makes Meal Donations as Easy as Using a Rideshare App

Local activists launched a campaign to urge LA restaurants to put their tossed-out leftovers to good use.
Aaron Barksdale
3.6.18
Rise Up

Ways Everyday People Can Take Action on America's Homelessness Crisis Right Now

Want to make the world a better place? Here are a few immediate ways to help the most vulnerable among us.
Katelyn Harrop
2.23.18
Voices

This Pop-Up Barbershop Gives Underserved and Minority Groups Free Haircuts

California-based barber and activist Jaz Limos's non-profit, Saints of Steel, provides marginalized communities with a simple service to get them back on their feet.
Eric Kingrea
2.23.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Homeless Youth in New Orleans

We talk to the filmmaker behind 'SHELTER' on today's episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
VICE Staff
2.22.18
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