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Photographed by Carlos Jaramillo. Homelessness in the LA area—El Sereno is a neighborhood on the East Side of the city—has only increased amid the pandemic. During the first 12 months of the pandemic, the total number of homeless deaths in Los Angeles County increased 56% from the previous 12 months. LA is currently home to about 66,000 homeless people, and the state accounts for a staggering 20 percent of all homeless Americans. “Nationally and even worldwide, housing is not a human right,” said Orozco, who has made the housing crisis a major focus of their organizational and operational work. . “Especially in a city like Los Angeles—where there are already built homes and big police budgets—action is needed to address homelessness at the care level. We come from decades of continuously criminalized homelessness. his own Tezcatlipoca monarchy—necklace, earrings, belt and shoes, all handmade by Lazaro Arvizu.
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“I especially love this punk-Indigenous style, with the Comme des Garçons blazer,” says Orozco. “There is sentimental value there that really concerns my father. We have a band called The Iconoclast that he formed in ’81. Much of their punk music is inspired by the Anarcho Peace movements, which speak out against war, animal liberation and against police brutality.” Photographed by Carlos Jaramillo; Styled by Marcus Correa. The protests in El Sereno began in May 2020 when a small number of families—many of them homeless or without safe housing—were overwhelmed by rising rents and lack of options. Choose affordable housing. Unable to find the right shelter for them, they began moving into vacant homes owned by Caltrans. “It was inspired by Moms 4 Housing that took over an empty house in Oakland,” says Orozco. “At first, the city and Caltrans responded by creating low-income rental agreements, but it was just a workaround.” Photo by Carlos Jaramillo.
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