Monthly Archives: November 2011

Veterans Day a Reminder That There’s More to Be Done

On this Veterans Day, I thought I’d write about why I think ending homelessness for veterans is so important, and really is achievable.  I am not a veteran.  I don’t have any family members who were veterans.  And most of … Continue reading

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UN: Criminalization Laws Violate Human Rights

On October 28, I had the opportunity to participate in a groundbreaking meeting between U.N. officials; leaders of NGOs; and members of the U.S. State Department, Department of Justice (DOJ), and HUD to discuss the criminalization of homelessness and poverty … Continue reading

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