Even after $1.5 billion and over 30 years, there were 1.5 million students homeless during the 2017-2018 school year, all seeing a dramatic drop in academic standing By
With so many shelters closing due to COVID-19, the winter could be a death sentence for the homeless who already face a shortage of winter weather beds By
Registering and voting in Florida, even if you don’t have a permanent address or ID By Andrew Fraieli Voting is a right even if someone is experiencing homelessness.
Rich Jackson worked as Senior Executive Editor of the Herald-Times in Bloomington, Indiana until his job was eliminated, and he became homeless. Story by Rich Jackson I finished
Students experiencing homelessness face challenges day-to-day without a pandemic — now there are fewer people and fewer resources to help them. Story by Katie Aulenbacher Public education experts
U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development data shows African Americans as having a highly disproportionate rate of homelessness compared to their population since records began Story by