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ACT-LA Video Makes Case For Affordable Transit-Oriented Housing

Still from ACT-LA’s video

Watch the video below from L.A.'s Alliance for Community Transit (ACT-LA) exploirng issues of gentrification and displacement in South L.A. ACT-LA is a multi-nonprofit coalition working for just, equitable, sustainable neighborhoods and transit systems that serve all people in Los Angeles. ACT-LA has pushed the city of L.A. to adopt equitable transit-oriented development (TOD) policies.

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