L.A.'s Underworld: The Forgotten Faces Of A World-class City
The 1,000 or so people who sleep on the streets of downtown Los Angeles are perpetually in flight from their families, from the police, from the pain of childhood abuse, bad jobs, poverty, dead loved ones. They scatter and collect like birds, alighting on crates and curbs, sitting in rows on filthy stretches of sidewalk. They ache at night in tents and in cardboard shanties.
Thanks to Miguel A. Vazquez