Alan, from “Me” to “We”
 


Huffington Post Blog by Jean Michel Giraud A leading voice in the effort to combat homelessness with innovative solutions, Jean Michel has been been a contributor for the Huffington Post for since....

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The 2016 State of Child Homelessness In the U.S. and Beyond
 


Huffington Post Blog by Jean Michel Giraud A leading voice in the effort to combat homelessness with innovative solutions, Jean Michel has been been a contributor for the Huffington Post for since....

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Ending Joblessness One Person At a Time
 


Huffington Post Blog by Jean Michel Giraud A leading voice in the effort to combat homelessness with innovative solutions, Jean Michel has been been a contributor for the Huffington Post for since....

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Obama family serves Thanksgiving dinner to homeless and vets
 


Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama, joined by the entire first family, on Wednesday began the Thanksgiving holiday by serving dinner to the local homeless population and veterans at Friendship....

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Speech at Friends & Neighbors Breakfast 2016 – Jean Michel Giraud
 


Good morning. My name is Jean Michel Giraud. I’m President and CEO of Friendship Place. It’s great to see lots of familiar faces here…and to see new faces too. Welcome....

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MEET: Journey


At 22 years old, Journey is a singer, songwriter, and survivor of human trafficking. With the help of organizations like Friendship Place, the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC), and FAIR....

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MEET: Dusty Lee


U.S. Army Veteran Dusty Lee was homeless and staying at the New York Avenue Men’s Emergency Shelter when he met Friendship Place case manager Nisha Vashisht. “Nisha’s crew showed up....

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MEET: Beverly Stroud


When Beverly Stroud moved to Washington, DC, from San Diego, in December 2014, it was much harder to find a place to live than she’d expected. “I had a source....

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MEET: The Monk Family


To the Monk family, nothing mattered more during the year they were homeless than keeping their family together. It took single-minded real determination. Mr. Monk struggled to keep working while....

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DAZED: Steve Buscemi has made a film about a real DC homeless LGBT gang


Everybody’s favourite actor Steve Buscemi has taken his talents behind the camera for a documentary called Check It, a story focusing on a gang of LGBT kids living in Washington....

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