Dome Village was a self-governing community of "people unable or unwilling to live in traditional shelters". Located in Downtown Los Angeles, the complex consisted of 20 geodesic domes and was inhabited by "up to 34 individuals and their family members". Operated by Justiceville/Homeless USA, a non-profit organization, members of Dome Village were politically active in homelessness, nonviolence, and environmental issues.
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