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A new opinion editorial published Saturday by the LA Times is haunting and chilling, as it describes another side of the out-of-control homeless crisis – the deaths among homeless people – around 1,000 per year in the Los Angeles area.

Sidewalks have disappeared under tents, parks and riverbeds are now villages, uncollected trash has attracted rodents and spread fear of disease, and although more than 100 people are helped off the streets each day, they are outnumbered by the relentless infantry of the newly homeless.

And the vans from the coroner’s office keep rolling.

What have we done wrong? What have we done right? What do we have to do differently in the year 2020 and the years beyond?

A new documentary by DMLNewsApp Founder Dennis Michael Lynch reveals the deplorable, end-of-the-road conditions in which many homeless people exist. Moving through multiple cities, the film explores various programs launched to help the homeless, and how some are succeeding.

Streaming on Amazon and also available for purchase on DVD (see options below), “United States of Tents” will shock and inspire.

In the powerful preview clip below, you will see why this film is growing in popularity.

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REVIEWS:

Gregory: Extremely well done, the entire country should see it!

Donna: Wonderful documentary about the homeless situation and what can be done to relieve it. Wonderful to see the successes some communities have implemented to remedy the situation.

Pamela: I agree that everyone in our country should see the film. I watched it last week and can say it was very well done. It tugged on my heartstrings and it showed the neglect of our fellow Americans. There were communities trying to give them a hand up not a handout. 

Mary: US of Tents is outstanding! By showcasing many different areas, of the country, Dennis explained how this is far more reaching than people believe.