Los Angeles’s Koreatown Residents Helping Homeless People + Homeless Man in Video Died.

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  1. Well done imagine giving her some of the funds that are put towards helping ppl imagine how ppl like these would be able to use it and help ppl rather than ppl that just sit in a office ppl that are going out there seeing ppl talking to ppl like you all do is making a diffrence the goverment agencys seem to not be able to do and these ppl do not get paid but give up there own money so what are the paid social workers excuses get out there and HELP THESE PPL goverment paid workers HELP YOUR FELLOW HUMANS WHO YOU ARE PAID TO HELP in a national emergency the goverment can help hundreds of thousands yet this national crisis they are overhelmed be scared because if they cant help the homeless how do they help a massive natural disaster ?

  2. Such a waste – most of the homeless (like 95%) just don`t wanna work, this `approach` just get them more spoiled and encouraged their idleness.

  3. God bless you Jane! What an amazing person you are and such a giving heart. Thank you so much for helping these people.

  4. It's a crying shame that the majority of homeless people are addicts and don't want to get into the system where they can't use.

    Just look at the trash where ever the homeless are. They don't even keep the atea clean.

  5. Yang is a true hero. She is awesome person, I really hope that more people will soon wake up and start helping the homeless people. They really need help! Including my self, I promise that I will start next month. In my area. Lancaster God bless this people and the team, for such noble work.

  6. Well California is a sanctuary state for 2.5MILLION Illegal immigrants. If people are allowed to flood into the USA like they have been for thirty years homelessness will continue to increase. When the economy takes a downturn like it always does God help us. Thank you guys for helping!!!

  7. Not wanting to be a party 💩 but, isn’t LA the most liberal/democrat/communist city in America? Aren’t they the self proclaimed champions of the poor and down trodden? The equality thing isn’t working in a place they own? What gives

  8. This white dude who is interviewing is a fucking creep. His heavy breathing and creepy body language, he is giving weinstein vibes.

  9. We actually want to do stuff like this but can't raise the funds for our GoFundMe to get to places. But people rather give money to celebs buying their clothes or shoes who don't care about them. But I am confused because i don't understand how do you get "Giving a way a car" or "Giving away car wax" Where in here does it say we give away cars or car wax? "The Humbly Driven funding will work towards helping us build what Humbly Driven will be & grow into as an organization which is to help give just a little insight on the car culture as well as helping people with financial issues. With that said for our candidates, it will not particularly be easy to receive financial help they will have to pass a screening process while allowing us to contact bill collectors whether it’s gas bills, banks, college campuses etc." I swear people don't use their brain. Am I crazy? https://www.gofundme.com/HumblyDriven

  10. This day and age, the way Everything has fluctuated sky high in terms of costs, homelessness really can happen to anyone. Around where I live in NY, homes are at a ridiculously high price and even rentals are just as unaffordable. Around where I live, a 3 bedroom apt is around $2300 monthly. Everyone I talked to are complaining of the high costs of living. Everything’s gone up except their paychecks. Somethings gotta give soon……. ppl are on the street not bc of drugs anymore… they are on the street bc they just simply can’t afford the cost of living.

  11. Joe dying is completely bullshit and avoidable…why don’t you contact the news and tell them what happened?? people seem to care until the next “fad” story comes…I do realize that but 5 minuets of “outrage” could possibly save a life

  12. I have made a big statement on Facebook.. just today… about this…im not with.. anybody s.. im JUST a peraon that.. helped.. in a church.. and THAT Church was.. ok but i have to look for .. some else.. now… i have to move on now.. and so im just waiting for my funding for.. my art SHOW… in November hopimg .. to get a grant… or something… for this show… besides all of that.. .. yea.. thats me.. myself and i.. doing all of this.. by myself…

  13. good interviews and very informative, but please give people you interview a bit more space. Getting a bit too close. 3:40
    We can see them just fine on screen.

  14. People are homeless because one main factor is lack of affordable or free housing. A wealthy country can and should provide affordable or free housing. Even if it is a open hall community like in disaster centres (or even with simple partitions) where ordinary people can live, eat and sleep in security and peace. Same can apply for people who need a place to detox or reform. As long as he truly wants to change for the better, he should be given the chance!

  15. I live in orange county, ca and when im in lis angeles i always take a dozen clif bars to give to anyone i see who needs it. Id like to do more hands on. Great video.

  16. You're doing great work Jane. The whole team. Just don't forget to that through organizing you can accomplish much more. You are stronger together.

  17. Great series sir. Really well done. Sad to see so many people suffering, but im glad there are people who do care. Good karma for them. Namaste

  18. I'm saddened to hear that Joe passed away from a heart attack but I'm glad Jane was there to help him out before his passing. She and her friends from K-Town are very sweet. I am from the northern part of California nearby San Francisco and we have a similar homeless problem like Los Angeles. San Francisco is an incredibly tiny metropolitan yet has a high homeless population to the point that you can see entire streets lined with tents. For many, homelessness is viewed as a blight, an irritation that exists in the world but "isn't my problem to deal with".

    There aren't enough people like Jane in the world who are willing to provide the little bit of comfort, of dignity, that makes someone feel like a person rather than a blight. Giving someone a meal and a few moments of being recognized as a person in need rather than just having some change tossed at them while they murmur a quick blessing while the helpful pedestrian continues on with their day.

    Thanks to Jane and Invisible People for treating the homeless with civility, dignity, and helping the needy. I hope to provide assistance soon as well as best as I can for the individuals in my area.

  19. Just a word of advice for future interviews, I would suggest that you don't get so close to your interviewee as it can make them feel a little uncomfortable.

  20. To the cops, homeless people's belongings are junk because they believe homeless people themselves are junk. Disposable garbage. It's a disgrace when a mother gives birth on the street and she and her newborn are left to live on the street.

  21. Maybe an ambulance will come if someone shoots her foot. And they say the economy has recovered? Says who? Luxury high rises next to tent cities? Sir, you've just described Mumbai. It's not just LA. It's even in smallish cities in middle America.

  22. Constructive criticism.
    You get uncomfortably close to people when interviewing them. Ive watched quite a few of your videos and this woman iced the cake for me. Watch her body language particularly at the end. You are too far into her space and she is being very graceful about it. She is uncomfortable though.

    Im uncomfortable on this side of the screen for them.

    Dont shoot the messenger.

  23. These cities are not going to solve homelessness if they did many would be out of jobs themselves. Those with mental illness need to be institutionalized and those with drug addiction need to clean up and stop using drugs. Lawyers need to volunteer to represent those individuals who have been illegally evicted. There needs to be safe location for those to camp temporary not long term. And rules that they must follow no accumulation of unnecessary junk. Those who have valuables need inexpensive storage units to store their belongings so they’re possessions are not stolen or confiscated and thrown away by police & sanitation department. There needs to be clinics for those individuals who are sick to visit and no medical fees charged against the individuals.

  24. Stop helping these homeless people. They are drug addicts and alcoholics. They spread disease and are often violent. If you really want to help them stop enabling them. I have family close to where you guys were literally delivering things to them for free. Stop it.

    You are making the problem worst and in the long run actually killing these people by enabling them. It is literally impossible to be homeless in Los Angeles unless you are a drug addict or alcoholic.

    Ask anyone who lives on that street. You guys are a nuisance to the neighborhood as much as the homeless because you are enabling them to stay.

    Where do you guys live? Invite them to stay at your home or on the streets just outside of you home, so in that case you don't have to drive to help them. You can delivery food and water to them right outside your door.


  25. I have so much qurstions:
    Why is CA tax so high, and a Citizen has to deal with a person bleeding on the ground?
    Why do people pay tax if they have to handle this humanely themselves?
    Where are those tax money spending on? Other than pay the police harassing and sweeping the homeless population.

  26. I here in Chicago man I tell you I from the suburbs an cause of my background from 1995 I can’t stay in the shelters here I been to the ones in Chicago no thanks woke up 2 beds down guy was peeing on the floor also too many shootings gang wars every where I am blind in right eye left eye 20250 it’s getting really cold nights I going to have to get a tent a hearted stove soon but I don’t believe I can afford that yet also I been on waiting least for 10 years missed deadline kicked me off gave up on it I just became homeless again don’t make enough on disability to live here anywhere

  27. Damn Democratic state. How about take in all the immigrants in that caravan marched up to the border feed all those when you welcome them in to California. That's y'alls problem now.

  28. Why is the undocumented coming into homeless shelters when there are American citizens that need to be taking in homeless shelters?

  29. It's a shame when other countrys have to help a USA citizen homeless instead of the demonscrats run city 😇🇺🇸

  30. The world needs a whole lot more Janes who are willing to go out of their way to help those less fortunate who are living on the streets in cities and town all across the U.S.! Thanks for sharing this and other similar stories of invisible people with the world! Incredibly awesome job!!!

  31. May God Bless this young woman for the good work she is doing…. "Invisible People" is doing a phenomenal job bringing this more to the attention of people… Yes, it is a horrible and heartbreaking crisis that has to be dealt with… It is a NATIONAL CRISIS..!! It warrants help from more than State Social Services… Where is Red Cross, Salvation Army, FEMA..??

  32. Hi I’m pj in ktown I’d love to get involved and help fix the system I wish we could get the community help to better our system and our environments and statistics would progress

  33. My daughter and I stayed at the Shelter LA in Koreatown, in June. We did see some homeless people in tents there. It's nice that folks in the neighborhood, r trying to help. Blessings to all!

  34. For korean
    노숙자의 문제보다 불법체류자들이 휘두르는 난동, 그리고 새벽에 미친사람들 떼문에 골머리가 아픕니다.
    얼마전에 불체자가 휘두른 병에 맞아서 얼굴에 피가 바지까지 흘렀던 적이 있었고 호텔건물에 잠입해서 자고있는 게스트룸에 돌던지고 화장실거울에 칼로 낙서하는 등 골머리가 아픕니다

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