Saturday-Sunday, October 21-22, 2017
43rd Annual Fort Massac Encampment
Fort Massac State Park, 1308 E. 5th St., Metropolis
Sat. 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sun. 9:00 am. 378 more words
Over the summer, I had been keeping track of three different things going on in Baltimore’s unsheltered homeless community: (1) the road to housing for some of the MLK encampment residents, (2) harassment from the HOT team and other city agencies to the residents of the scattered encampments near I-83, and (3) the sudden rise of a tent city in front of City Hall. 520 more words
After the haphazard closing of the MLK encampment on March 3, Mayor Pugh assembled a workgroup on homelessness to come up with innovative ways to reduce homelessness. 596 more words
Helping the Last, the Least, and the Lost: Compassionate Planning for Baltimore’s Unsheltered Homelessness came into being after I met a panhandler on MLK Jr. Blvd named Cricket. 295 more words
Greetings! My name is Laura. I’m 30 years old, live in the Old Goucher neighborhood in Baltimore City, MD, and work as a transportation planner. I recently finished my master’s degree in City and Regional Planning at Morgan State University and wrote my thesis/capstone project on ways planners can help solve unsheltered homelessness, titled “ 169 more words
On the east side of the tabernacle toward the rising of the sun shall be the camp of Judah.
Captain of the children of Judah: Nahshon the son of Amminadab… 459 more words
Everyone talks about the wind. The Rivesaltes internment camp stands on a flat stretch of land north of Perpignan, in the southwest of France. It’s not far inland and not even a hundred metres above sea level, but it feels high and exposed, with views extending to the Pyrenees. 1,289 more words