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Advocating for Homelessness Issues in Savannah, GA, so that we can educate, share experiences & generate a Christian understanding of the issues & people who experience, support & attempt to end homelessness in Savannah, GA or anywhere else we can share stories from or about...

Canada adopts housing first strategy to address homelessness


A whole country adopts housingfirst, nice!

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Electric Communication Will Never Be A Substitute


Originally posted on Keitochan Says::
Daily Quote: “Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true.” ~Charles Dickens Related articles Charles Dickens Delights in The…

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Comparing Charles Dickens’ “the Home” to Housing First, todays recognized solution | Home for Homeless Women – Presentation Page | Revisting Dickens


    While doing some research today on “Dickens Homelessness” on Google we found this blog post which does a great job of laying out how Dickens addressed “houselessness” for women in  his Victorian time period:   Expectations and Goals … Continue reading

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Are we blaming the victim(s) in Savannah? | Filling in the Outlines of a Dickens Character, This One Real – NYTimes.com


A quote from a NYTimes movie review of “The Invisible Woman” on Christmas Day to get us started: In an unsettling scene that reflects today’s increasingly harsh blame-the-victim attitudes toward the poor and homeless, Dickens pleads for compassion toward the desperate, … Continue reading

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Want to be part of the discussion on Savannah’s Social Issues? | Savannah steps back in time | savannahnow.com


Heery, who was once homeless, said the tour not only benefits a social cause, but it also portrays information and is a learning opportunity for people about the history of social issues and how they’ve been addressed. “In an advocacy … Continue reading

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URGENT NOTICE: Possible “flashmob” event today | Homeless Persons’ Memorial WALK being organized in Savannah for today.


URGENT NOTICE: Possible “flashmob” event today! Homeless Persons’ Memorial WALK being organized in Savannah for today! . No Service put together by responsible parties so this is our response. Considering Forsyth Park Bandshell as starting point. Time maybe at 5pm or … Continue reading

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An appropriate form of Memorial Service when a City can’t make one happen | Vigil in Minneapolis remembers 130 homeless people who died | MinnPost


Vigil in Minneapolis remembers 130 homeless people who died | MinnPost. They stand at freeway exit ramps holding signs, wait outside soup kitchens for their meals, grab a little shut-eye at our public libraries and often overnight on thin mats … Continue reading

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“Men With Broken Hearts”, Hank Williams, Homeless Person Memorial Day Service 2013 #HPMD2013


Please view our Homeless Person Memorial Service Project Page after hearing our proposed theme song & seeing what other communities are doing for their services! Lyrics: “Men With Broken Hearts” You’ll meet many just like me upon life’s busy street … Continue reading

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A call to action: Are we Tolerating Homelessness? | NEXT PRACTICES Update from The American Round Table


WORDS OF THE WEEK: TOLERATING HOMELESSNESS Round Table President Philip Mangano (pictured here) opened the NEXT PRACTICES Colloquy with a call to pronoia, the idea that the universe is conspiring for good, and we are all agents of that conspiracy in benefitting … Continue reading

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War on our homeless | perspective…


Source: War Against the Homeless While Columbia SC has since rescinded what we thought was the most heinous & inhumane approach yet to criminalize homelessness their effort does go to sow how far communities are willing to push the limits … Continue reading

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