Imposing Social Justice
Preventing and ending homelessness has been one of the crucial focuses of his writings. He has written papers to help inform decision-makers and stakeholders nationally, in California the state in which he lives, and a special focus on Pasadena the city in which he lives.
He has conducted numerous workshops and meetings throughout California that focus on preventing and ending homelessness. To help inform state decision-makers and stakeholders, he established the Homeless and Housing Strategies for California web site.
To help facilitate policy and program decisions, he convenes the gatherings of the Southern California Alliance of Continuums of Care, which brings together the government staff in charge of homelessness for each of the 10 counties that make up Southern California and federal and state administrators to enhance efforts to implement policy and programs.
He and a peer started the Pasadena Housing and Homeless Network, which is known today as the Pasadena Partnership to End Homelessness. He is the co-progenitor of the Faith Community Committee and chairs the Homeless Planning and Research Committee.
Recent posts include:
- Reserving Homeless Housing, Assistance, & Prevention Program (HHAP) Funding for Morbidity/Mortality Prevention
- California, Racial Disparities, and Homelessness
- What Did the Continuums of Care with the Largest Number of Persons Experiencing Homelessness in the U.S. Answer When Asked about Racial Disparities in the Provision or Outcome of Homeless Assistance?
- Can We Finish the Job of Ending Homelessness among Veterans in the United States?
- Can We Finish the Job of Ending Homelessness among Veterans in California?
- Dying While Homeless: An Update Concerning the Other Homeless Count
- Dying While Homeless in Los Angeles County - Part I: Trends
- Women Dying While Homeless in Los Angeles County - Part I: Trends
- Why Affordable Housing Isn't Enough to Solve Chronic Homelessness in California
- Unaccompanied Women Who Are Unsheltered in Southern California: What Will It Take to End Their Homelessness?