HUNDREDS OF LOCAL STUDENTS TAKE ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS DURING HABITAT FOR HUMANITY’S ACT! SPEAK! BUILD! WEEK
Students Focus on Educating Community to Help Build Affordable Homes for Local Families
Los Angeles, CA – March 31, 2008: Today, hundreds of young people from more than 25 schools and youth organizations in Greater Los Angeles will embark on a campaign to tackle the affordable housing crisis. ACT! SPEAK! BUILD! Week unites local students who partner with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles to plan and host a wide range of student-initiated events focused on ending poverty housing. Their efforts will be part of a worldwide Habitat for Humanity initiative through which thousands of young volunteers will educate themselves and their communities about the need for affordable housing and move people to social action.
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