Race and Homelessness – Deconstructing Systemic Racism
Fifty years after his death on April 4, 1968, Dr. King’s legacy lives on but the road ahead is still long. To examine systemic racism in America we must take…Read More
The Way to the Future Opens for DC’s Homeless Families, Children
Blog Post by Jean-Michel Giraud, Friendship Place President & CEO Last week, Mayor Bowser announced that the DC General Family Shelter will close in 2018. Anybody following news on homelessness…Read More
Ron Mann: Mastering Destiny and Fighting For His Brothers
Read the original blog on the Huffington Post website. Ron Mann is a Veteran, Martial Arts Master and Case Manager at Veterans First—Friendship Place’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)…Read More
The Florida Project: Hollywood Spotlights Hardship in Sunshine State
Read the original blog on the Huffington Post website. The number of families living in motels in Florida has increased dramatically since the 2008 mortgage crisis that forced many low-income…Read More
Author: Ansar Khan
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