Essential Listening
I always heard about how bad homelessness has become in California. The media covers it all of the time, but none of them have ever stopped and said why. Why is it so bad? What is being done about it? Both questions rarely ever asked or answered. According to Need does both. Like it’s parent show, 99% Invisible, the series beautifully posits these rarely ponders questions and then proceeds to answer them to the best of their ability. And the best part is each episode end with you wanting to know more. They encourage you to educate yourself. To learn more about what makes the system tick. Every single person should listen to this series. The sheer quality of this series is clear throughout. Katie Mingle and team did an amazing job on this. I greatly admire their dedication to telling the stories of those people who would usually go unheard. They made this big, scary, and confusing topic of homelessness feel within reach by making it human — not just some short segment on the nightly news.
Win Jones via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/17/21
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This audio series is essential for current contexts on the issue of homelessness and the inefficient system that it supposed to be the solution. We ALL need to be part of the solution, or at least understand how it could work better. The roadblocks that prevent those underserved from finding...Read full review »
jennywetz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/22/21
This series does an amazing job interweaving stories of people who are homeless in the Bay Area with reporting on the structural causes of homelessness and the failures of the systems designed to provide housing for people on the edge. It’s a must listen.
GW81 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/17/21
also describes and analysizes phenomena in systematically. finally proposes a next step for the solution in constuctive and considerable way.
miho_r via Apple Podcasts · South Korea · 03/18/21
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