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The Response to Homelessness in the Most Unaffordable U.S. Cities? Lock ‘Em Up

Ryan E. Little, Zack Demars, Nick McCool, Theresa Diffendal, Gina Scalpone, Aneurin Canham-Clyne and Riin Aljas | Catalyst was a founding member of “Nowhere to Go,” the student-run national investigation reporting project into the criminalization of homelessness. The project, overseen by the Howard Center for Investigative Reporting at the University of Maryland, produced several stories, including a lead story involving two Catalyst reporters, Gina Scalpone and Zack Demars. The story was picked up by the Associated Press and appeared in news outlets around the country, including the Washington Post, National Public Radio and the Seattle Times.

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