Can Tiny Homes Solve Homelessness In The U.S.?
By Sakthi Karnan

Watch the next video to learn more about homelessness in the U.S.: Subscribe! Sawhorse Revolution is a youth-oriented construction program currently focusing on building an eco-village at Nickelsville, a homeless encampment in Seattle, Washington. Sarah Smith and a team of high schoolers approach the residents of Nickelsville as their clients to deliver customized, hand-built homes to help ease the transition from homelessness to the next stage of the resident's life. Special thanks to Sawhorse Revolution and Jessica Sherry of Alita Films. Thumb photo by Barron Peper. Join the Seeker community! Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Tumblr: App - iOS App - Android Executive Producer: Laura Ling Producer: Paige Hansen Editor: Lee Mould