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Ken, a houseless evictee, was one of the residents at "Guardrails" who had to leave behind much of his belongings when July 19 came. "People get the wrong idea about people living on the beach," Ken said. "I worked all my life. I made $180,000. I had two homes, everything else. Sometimes things just go bad. And when they do, you fall."

‘Guardrails’: Beach eviction leaves behind evidence of our struggling society

in Houselessness


WAIANAE—On July 19, the City and County of Honolulu evicted about 350 residents at “Guardrails.” Social workers and city crews assisted remaining residents and disposed of left belongings.

 

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