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Lions and Lambs?

On Thanksgiving St Bartholomew’s Church in New York City hosted an unusual dinner. Guests who paid $100 a head shared their holiday dinner with the homeless. 997 more words


New Report: The Criminalization of Food-Sharing Practices

New Report: The Criminalization of Food-Sharing Practices
Source: National Coalition for the Homeless

On Tuesday, October 21, Fort Lauderdale Commissioners will vote on a proposed ordinance that will severely limit the capabilities of groups to distribute food to people experiencing homelessness.

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Government And Politics

How Should We Make Sure That Homeless People Don't Go Hungry?

This is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, an annual event scheduled to take advantage of the fact that we’re thinking about what we’re thankful for — and about food. 1,116 more words


Police Arrest 90-Year-Old and Two Pastors for Feeding Homeless People

Originally published on November 9, 2014, at NationofChange.org

In an act of compassion and civil disobedience, a 90-year-old man and two pastors in Fort Lauderdale openly defied a new city ordinance barring anyone from feeding homeless people in public. 710 more words

Andrew Emett

My Veterans Day Tribute

Veterans are men and women and their families who have a calling and serve for our freedom. They do it because they want to unless they are among those who were in the draft. 537 more words


90-year-old among first charged under Fort Lauderdale's strict rules against feeding homeless

Just another example of the atrocities of big government…

Published November 04, 2014


Arnold Abbott plans to defy Fort Lauderdale’s ordinance against feeding the homeless again on Wednesday. 917 more words

Humor And Observations