Staying Woke: Juneteenth and Homelessness

We recognize that the struggle for the humanity of our African ancestors is a continuing narrative today, not only for descendants, but for everyone who has been dehumanized, perceived as less than, an outcast of society, and whose basic human rights have been infringed. People identified as homeless meet such criteria.

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DeBorah Gilbert White
A Right to Dignity and Housing

. . . Being identified as homeless, can serve as a barrier to obtaining that much needed permanent housing, making already vulnerable individuals and families targets for the most incredulous practices and policies that chip away at basic human rights, dignity, and humanity.

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DeBorah Gilbert White