How a California community could help address the nationwide housing crisis

A group of 300 formerly homeless people in Oakland, California, have built a community on unused state land, which advocates say could help address the nationwide housing crisis. NBC News’ Jake Ward takes a look inside Cob on Wood and explains how the community could be a model for others like it.

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