Last Days of the Radisson: As Project Roomkey Shutters, Residents Seek New Homes

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Early in the pandemic California converted empty hotels to homeless shelters. Since then, Project Roomkey has served more than 50,000 people. Now, with funding drying up, the remaining sites are preparing to close. That means finding a new place to live for some 6,000 people who still call the motels home. But as KQED’s Vanessa Rancaño reports, the path from hotel to home is not an easy one. Today she brings us the stories of those leaving Alameda County’s last site, the Radisson. 

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