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Musician Builds Tiny Homes for the Homeless — City Promptly Seizes and Destroys Them


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When the city of Los Angeles refused to address their skyrocketing epidemic of homelessness — seen in sprawling and dangerous tent cities — a struggling musician answered the call.

He built dozens of solar-powered tiny houses to give those down on their luck a place to call home. Elvis Summers crowdfunded tiny homes in part through his nonprofit, Starting Human, and raised over $100,000 for what he viewed as a decent, and temporary solution. With the help of volunteers in the contracting and construction business, they built 40 tiny homes of wood with steel-reinforced, locking doors to provide solid shelter for struggling tent-city residents.

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