Boston weighs solutions for addressing homelessness, tent encampments
The nation is contending with the growing issue of homelessness, made worse by the pandemic, as winter is coming.
In Boston, a tent encampment that grew to hundreds of people over the summer has become a visual flashpoint in the debate over how to address public health concerns and access to housing.
Here & Now‘s Callum Borchers speaks with Deborah Becker, a senior correspondent for WBUR, who has been reporting on the site.
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