Los Angeles resident Elvis Summers poses with his tiny house on wheels he built for a woman who had been sleeping on the streets in his South Los Angeles neighborhood on Thursday, May 7, 2015. Summers never thought more than 5.6 million people would watch a YouTube video of him constructing the 8-foot-long house for Irene "Smokie" McGhee, 60, a grandmother who’s been homeless for more than a decade. He estimates he spent less than $500 on plywood, shingles, a window and a door.

The Government’s Insane War On Tiny Homes And Humanity

Luke Rudkowski travels to Compton, California to talk to Elvis Summers, the man behind the ” Tiny Houses For The Homeless in Los Angeles.”