Ending Homelessness

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Housing could play the biggest role in ending child poverty

It was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who wrote, more than 50 years ago, “The curse of poverty has no justification in our age.” Yet poverty continues, and quite often it’s children who feel the curse the most. One in three poor people in the United States is a child. This summer, a Bangor grandfather

This Strategy for Ending Homelessness Is Catching On Around the World

It’s a philosophy that treats housing as a right, not a privilege. For 20 years, Anthony Hopkins slept on the sidewalks of Washington, D.C., occasionally stopping by his mother’s for a shower or visiting a drop-in center for a bite to eat. Hopkins — no relation to the actor by the same name — lived