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Plan For The Worst. Expect The Best

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We just found out that city council will be holding a public hearing for our homeless community on September 10. We are crafting our plan for the day. So please keep an eye out for what that day will likely entail. Government, I’ve learned, is this strange body of law keepers who rarely can see […]

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Jobs For The Homeless Now until the Middle of September

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I’ve been approached by an outside organization that wants to get its issue on the upcoming November election. They want to hire homeless people (and anyone else that needs income) to collect signatures. Let me make this qualification: According to this article  “A 501(c)(3) may work for or against ballot questions up to normal lobbying […]

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A Message To American Tent City Creators

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I thought I’d see if American Tent City creators would like to meet in a Facebook group to talk strategy and issues. If you manage or have created a tent city in America please come join this group: Operation: American Tent City.  ********* I have had the privilege of getting to meet, online, some of […]

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I'm starting to worry

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Today is August 3, 2018. According to this article in the Akron Beacon Journal, Housing the homeless a challenge as authorities move to shutter tent city: The Continuum [of Care] had set a deadline of Aug. 1 to move Lewis’ roughly 40 tenants into something sturdier and more secure than a tent. I thought it was […]

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Tent Cities Are Better Than Shelters

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Take any city in America and do a search in Google for it with the words “homeless shelter.” Like this: Albuquerque homeless shelter Detroit homeless shelter Dayton homeless shelter San Antonio homeless shelter Cleveland homeless shelter Then read some of the reviews in Google about any of these shelters. SteelBridge 525 2nd St SW, Albuquerque, […]