13 portraits of homeless people.

This link resonated with me so much that I decided to post it on my blog. It resonates with me more than most people will ever know (but may discuss at a later date?). You never know who’s going through what under the surface.

The portraits are from the United Kingdom (London, to be exact). Thanks to Alternet for this link.

13 portraits of homeless people as they want to be viewed http://www.alternet.org/culture/13-portraits-homeless-people-they-want-be-viewed-slideshow

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2 thoughts on “13 portraits of homeless people.”

  1. Homelessness is a crisis. Sometimes, invisible crisis. There was a woman and 2 kids living in their car in our old neighborhood – she would park in the Elm. school parking lot at night as the area was safe then. No one knew for a long time. Husband left. House foreclosed. She had never worked to support herself. And she used to live in the neighborhood – he kids still trying to go to school. She’s not alone in this situation.
    Crisis.
    What about fed employing people to build or remodel distressed homes to get people off the streets?

    1. “invisible crisis” = perfect way to describe it. And I’ve been learning recently that it’s more common than I thought (and many people want to believe).

      The gov’t employing people to do what you said is just too much like right. :-| I agree with you 100%.

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