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Aberdeen and Hoquiam Cities are Hostile to the Community; WA

Usually, I like to use my simple unit of measure with the Internet being shut off at the library. Unfortunately, I chose to ignore the fact the Hoquiam library shuts down their Internet between 12 midnight to 6am. 749 more words

Culture

People watching around the Aberdeen Walmart in Washington. Ethnography

Most people seem overweight and white. I can’t say that the whites have the highest % of obesity, but they are in the largest numbers nonetheless. 402 more words

Culture

Disturbing Craigslist Rental Property on Benton Ave, in Eau Claire, WI

Travis was looking for a bedroom to rent and wanted to move back in Eau Claire. He enjoyed his time very much while going to college there. 1,263 more words

Culture

Would you give 'Hardcore Homeless' James an apartment?

Like everyone else in Central New York, my homeless acquaintance James has been riding out a ridiculously long and bitter winter. He’s considered “hardcore homeless” because he refuses to go to a shelter, no matter how cold it gets. 442 more words

Irish Investigations

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO END HOMELESSNESS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

***CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO END HOMELESSNESS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

By Ruben Botello, JD Founder, American Homeless Society

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” (U.S. 759 more words

A closer look at the world of 'Hardcore Homeless' James

I’m still getting to know James, one of the “hardcore homeless” in Syracuse, N.Y.

Every few days I stop by his place, a doorway of a long-abandoned building downtown in plain view of City Hall. 738 more words

Irish Investigations

Japan's Abandoned Nuclear Refugees

Fairewinds - “The real victims of the Fukushima Daiichi triple meltdown have become invisible to Japan’s power brokers. Homeless, running out of money, with the fabric of their village society and culture destroyed, they sit in under-heated makeshift dwellings unable to move forward to a new life or return to the old life destroyed by ever present and unhealthy levels of radiation. 49 more words

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