Sara Rankin, Director, Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, Seattle University
Originally aired: Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Homelessness has been an 'emergency' for over a decade in Seattle, and the problem is only getting worse. But, there are solutions that could be implemented in 5 years that would transform our region, and the lives of thousands of our neighbors living on the streets. That's according to Sara Rankin, Director of Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, Seattle University. This is a can't-miss conversation for anyone who wants to understand what Seattle isn't doing to solve homelessness and what it IS doing to contribute to the problem.