With a full stomach and a thankful heart, instead, I am looking at the larger picture of homelessness in America. Whether or not you see the glass as half-full or empty, a broader view on homelessness can be confusing.
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Despite unprecedented national efforts, homelessness still feels like a turf battle. You could call it a war.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if America’s youth demanded a change of status quo for homeless Americans? Wouldn’t it be incredible if America’s youth revolted against a society that allows for such inequity?
I think CNN’s Anthony Bourdain needs to write a guide on how to live in America on $7.28 per day.
If that homeless agency partners with housing developers—or becomes a housing developer—in order to promote a true “Housing First” approach, then perhaps communities will embrace the idea that permanent supportive housing is good for their neighborhood.
I do believe that homeless programs have a significant role to play in ending this country’s homelessness. As traditional homeless agencies shift their focus to Housing First strategies, they move away from becoming a forgotten Sony Walkman tape player and closer to being a modern Apple iPhone.
Goodbye, Robin Williams. Your advocate voice will be missed.
It seems to me that, if every state legalized cannabis, then the incentive to migrate to another state would end.
What do these actions really mean for America? Are we giving up on ending homelessness for all?
In a city filled with hundreds of thousands of millionaires, does it really matter that instead of 54,000, we have 36,000 people squandering on our streets like animals?