Advocates launch last-ditch effort to change public opinion about river bed homeless encampments

By Theresa Walker

A generator powers the skeletal communications operation inside the large beige tent across Katella Avenue from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department firing range. Gun shots puncture the steady thrum of the motor, but the loud bursts don’t disturb the handful of advocates bent over laptops as they work to disseminate information about the homeless population along the Santa Ana River Trail.

They are there to record and upload the stories of homeless people who see the spray-painted sign outside the tent — “Come Tell Your Story ” — and stop by to be recorded.

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    Source: OC Register

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