t h e w a y h o m e
homelessness in los angeles has become a full-fledged humanitarian crisis in recent years to the point where it’s now an unavoidable, exigent issue. shelter is a basic human need, and homelessness of such widespread magnitude is an indictment of our broken sociocultural infrastructure that’s in desperate need of redesign. much has been said and written about said crucible, which adds an unnecessary layer of sensationalism that only serves to delay progress.
the way home is an educational resource that circumnavigates bureaucratic noise and examines the homeless situation from a good Samaritan perspective. the book is a cumulative narrative that works within a dual framework of contextualizing the problem and providing solutions for it by exploring four conceptual themes: connection, comprehension, proposition, and action