Improving the Homeless Response, July 19
The homeless community includes many people who have been evicted from their rented residences when they suffered, if not because of, significant mental health issues and from there may become homeless. long-term.
It is further offensive that people who cannot afford or maintain an official residence are, by extension, too poor to be allowed to practice what is often flatly described as the right of all citizens: to vote.
Tragically, it’s as if some people, however precious their souls, could be considered disposable.
Even for an otherwise democratic and relatively civilized nation, their (uselessness) is measured primarily by their “productivity” or lack thereof.
These people may then begin to perceive themselves as worthless and, therefore, live their daily lives in a more haphazard fashion.