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This what half of American's have to look forward to. FEMA camps excuse to open, and people will go there just to eat, because they are starving. When your hungry, you will do just about anything for food.


US Black poverty rate hits highest


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Waiting for the world to change...for the better!

No Justice...No Peace...

Friendship/Love/Trust/Respect/Unity for all living things..

Namaste
Feb 16, 2012

Money for war, money for weapons, money for other countries, but no money for the people!



Jul 29, 2011

US ECONOMIC CRISIS & HIDDEN HOMELESS MIDDLE CLASS USING IMMIGRANT SHELTERS

What a shame, that it takes a British journalist to travel around the U. S. to tell of the plight of "Middle Class Americans"



Jul 14, 2011

THE AMERICAN STREET KID - A Sneak peek at the Feature Documentary




Sept 12, 2011

Homeless children in America

Child homelessness is an issue prevalent in American society.
1.3 million children in America (50% under the age of six) have been declared homeless. Homelessness is 'an inadequate experience of connectedness with family and or community,' (Dominic Mapstone,2011) which indicates that many of these homeless children have psychological issues. 20% of pre schoolers who are homeless have emotional issues which require professional care.

January 27, 2015

The poor are always the ones that try out the new technology first before it is introduced to the masses vaccines to chips...all coming your way!

A coalition of public and private agencies announced Tuesday that it is funneling $213 million to house 1,400 homeless people and to expand a tracking and placement system it hopes will end chronic and veteran homelessness in Los Angeles County over the next two years.

The placement tool, called the coordinated entry system, is designed to replace a confusing patchwork of entry points to homeless housing and services with a single computerized portal that reaches every corner of the county.

"In the past it was survival of the fittest: the person who could stand in line the longest, or push to the front, literally or figuratively would win," Christine Marge, director of United Way's Home for Good project, said in a phone interview. "This will ensure we care for the most vulnerable in a way that uses the resources the most strategically."

The Funders Collaborative, which includes the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the city of Los Angeles Housing Authority, Los Angeles County Health Services and Mental Health, and the Conrad N. Hilton and Weingart foundations, is a project of Home for Good.

The Funders Collaborative, which includes the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the city of Los Angeles Housing Authority, Los Angeles County Health Services and Mental Health, and the Conrad N. Hilton and Weingart foundations, is a project of Home for Good.

The United Way initiative has pledged to end veteran homelessness by the end of next year and chronic homelessness in 2016. Marge said the group, now in the third year of its five-year plan, is on track to meet its goals.

The system, which was first tried in 2013 on skid row, was designed to identify the most vulnerable homeless people and get them off the streets. Long-term or chronically homeless people, who are often jailed or hospitalized, are a quarter of the homeless population but consume 75% of the county's resources, Marge said.

But the system, which has been described as match.com for homeless people, is also supposed to...

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me...story.html

Mark of the Beast! Hidden RFID Chip Tracking, Exposed In Obamacare!


First the poor, homeless, and mentally ill...step right up!


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Waiting for the world to change...for the better!

No Justice...No Peace...

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