The 2017 SCIP Project
Invisible Neighbors: Homelessness in Koreatown, Los Angeles
The 2017 cohort of the Korean American Coalition's (KAC) Summer College Internship Program (SCIP) chose to delve into the topic of Korean homelessness in LA's Koreatown. Over the course of their internship, these students developed this short documentary to give voice to Korean community members in Koreatown who are experiencing homelessness.
This is just the beginning.
Our next goal is to find the data, and we need your support to do it. Your contribution will be used to help support Reverend Kim's "Joy Giver" shelter ($2,000) and to fund stipends ($4,000) for 2 college interns to collect data on Korean homelessness in Los Angeles over a 5-month period. Help us give voice to the voiceless today!