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Nimby or not: Would you house the homeless in your neighborhood?

Donna Lynn and Curtis Gamble, both formerly homeless, stand outside after a church dinner in Fullerton. Some Fullerton neighbors are fighting against a housing proposal for Fullerton's chronically homeless.
Donna Lynn and Curtis Gamble, both formerly homeless, stand outside after a church dinner in Fullerton. Some Fullerton neighbors are fighting against a housing proposal for Fullerton's chronically homeless.
Kyle Grillot

A homeless aid organization wants to build permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals in a suburban, Orange County neighborhood. Neighbors fight back. 

In this multi-part series, we take an inside look at one battle in the crusade to get California's more than 90,000 unsheltered residents off the streets. 

Read the story on LAist.com: 'Not In My Backyard' What The Shouting Down Of One Homeless Housing Complex Means For Us All