When interviewing a homeless woman for a separate assignment in Spring 2016, the woman shared that she had to trade her body to a group of men for protection while she slept.  Her story haunted me and when I arrived in Los Angeles and saw the large homeless population, I knew that I wanted to find a way to expand the dialogue around the experience women have when living on the street.

The Hidden Worlds of Homeless Women

360VR, Journalism
 When interviewing a homeless woman for a separate assignment in Spring 2016, the woman shared that she had to trade her body to a group of men for protection while she slept.  Her story haunted me and when I arrived in Los Angeles and saw the large homeless population, I knew that I wanted to find a way to expand the dialogue around the experience women have when living on the street.

When interviewing a homeless woman for a separate assignment in Spring 2016, the woman shared that she had to trade her body to a group of men for protection while she slept.

Her story haunted me and when I arrived in Los Angeles and saw the large homeless population, I knew that I wanted to find a way to expand the dialogue around the experience women have when living on the street.

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“Attacked, abused and often forgotten: Women now make up 1 in 3 homeless people in L.A. County” is an October 28, 2016 article by L.A. Times reporter Gale Holland. These 360VR experiences accompanied that article.

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