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February 27, 2009
A year or so ago a dear friend of mine, Ted Hayes, the homeless activist from Los Angeles whom many may know as the man who created the successful Dome Village, asked me to get him in touch with our City Council so he may offer his assistance with our homeless situation. Hayes has been a guest in my home many times, and my family and I have participated in several of his marches and rallies. Ted and I even shared a stage at the Nixon Library where we both gave speeches in the early presidential campaign.
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By Cindy Frazier | February 20, 2009
Having lived for many years in an urban city with the distinction of having what was amusingly called the “Homeless Hilton,” an attractive, state-of-the-art homeless transitional shelter, and having covered homeless issues in the Los Angeles area since they began to surface in the late 1980s — not coincidentally, when home prices started to climb astronomically — I have thought and written a lot about these issues. The Homeless Hilton was just one among many other facilities in Santa Monica for the unhoused.
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By Barbara Diamond | August 4, 2006
Laguna Beach Day Labor Center opponents complained again to the City Council Tuesday about the continued operation of the site, while protesters demonstrated outside City Hall. The opponents have been attending council meetings to berate the city for not closing the center, which they said draws illegal immigrants. They also contend that the laborers are being exploited by employers. "Illegal immigrants are turned into slaves," said Ted Hayes, a Los Angeles advocate for the homeless.
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By Cindy Frazier | December 29, 2006
The controversy over illegal immigration and the Laguna Beach Day Labor Center topped local news in 2006. The issue was rarely out of the press and drew national attention to Laguna Beach as the entire country grappled with the larger issue of illegal immigration. In early January, in a single week, the Minuteman Project and others fighting illegal immigration rallied at the Laguna Beach Day Labor Center in Laguna Canyon and then in City Council chambers as part of a nationwide campaign against day labor centers and the hiring of unauthorized workers.
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January 12, 2007
Eileen Garcia didn't plan to spend her retirement this way, but, nonetheless, she has become a thorn in the side of the city of Laguna Beach, which she contends is misusing taxpayers' money by running the controversial day labor center. The Laguna Beach resident, who is a well-known anti-illegal immigration activist and member of the controversial Minuteman Project group, recently agreed to an interview with Coastline Pilot Editor Tony Dodero to discuss what is driving her on this crusade and why she believes the press and some members of the public have painted an inaccurate picture of her and those who believe in her cause First things first, tell us about yourself.
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February 27, 2009
A year or so ago a dear friend of mine, Ted Hayes, the homeless activist from Los Angeles whom many may know as the man who created the successful Dome Village, asked me to get him in touch with our City Council so he may offer his assistance with our homeless situation. Hayes has been a guest in my home many times, and my family and I have participated in several of his marches and rallies. Ted and I even shared a stage at the Nixon Library where we both gave speeches in the early presidential campaign.
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By Cindy Frazier | February 20, 2009
Having lived for many years in an urban city with the distinction of having what was amusingly called the “Homeless Hilton,” an attractive, state-of-the-art homeless transitional shelter, and having covered homeless issues in the Los Angeles area since they began to surface in the late 1980s — not coincidentally, when home prices started to climb astronomically — I have thought and written a lot about these issues. The Homeless Hilton was just one among many other facilities in Santa Monica for the unhoused.
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