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Candied Ginger Changes Lives

In the inevitable monotony that can exist with the day to day grind of city living, having shocking, meaningful and insightful connections with strangers is a rare occurrence. 796 more words


A Born Again Rabbi.

David Ross is a Rabbi who has been homeless, had an addiction, served time, and has accepted Jesus as his Savior.  For those of you who are less than familiar with the Jewish faith, Jesus was a prophet, but not seen as the Messiah, our salvation- by most Jews.  433 more words


Unconditional kindness: the gift of a pair of size 8 shoes

Those who have the least often give the most.

My homeless friend James has a brand new pair of shoes, courtesy of a woman who works at a Dunkin’ Donuts. 266 more words

Irish Investigations

Discriminatory Laws Against the Homeless

Tolerating discrimination.

A recent study published by the Seattle University School of Law reveals the discriminatory basis of many laws aimed at those less fortunate. 31 more words


Help Stop Laws that Make Feeding Homeless Illegal

Even churches are shooing homeless away

by Christina Sarich
Posted on May 6, 2015

In 2012, Houston, Texas passed a law that would fine anyone giving food to to more than five people in public. 498 more words


Dead on arrival

I think Hawk was dead before he arrived at the hospital.  Hawk, real name Jeffery Stephan Hadden, was found on a bench in a place called Times Square, Fort Myers Beach Florida, this past Saturday night.  642 more words



This is not a word that you would think would be associated with homelessness.  It is.  From Albuquerque to Key West, it is there.  I imagine it is present in the rest of the country that I haven’t seen yet.  436 more words