In California, A Push To Create Safe And Affordable Space For Artists
In the wake of December’s Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, California, that killed 36 people, cities all over the country have been trying to create more affordable housing for artists so they don’t have to trade basic safety for cheap rent.
One possible answer, as Rachael Myrow of Here & Now contributor KQED explains, has emerged south of Oakland, in Santa Cruz.
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