Each episode draws on a different element—water, wind, fire and earth—to talk about encampment life, local histories and the creative ways residents are making a home in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
A project of the Encampment Support Network.
Produced by Aliya Pabani and Allie Graham.
On two days of a July heatwave, residents walk us through life in the park and share strategies for living in a pandemic without access to life's most vital resource.
How do you start over, again and again, when you're constantly being told to disappear? Meet the people making their homes in a place where everything moves fast, just not for them.
"This is outstanding and very listenable on-the-ground reporting! It’s not every day you come across a podcast that touches the live current of life in our cities with urgency while also being funny and touching."
"Only one episode so far, but this show is so thoughtfully put together, it made me think about things in new ways. Never heard anything like this before and I love it."