Tag Archives: Homelessness

St Michael’s Gate, Peterborough: Housing Nadir?

[Support the St Michal’s Gate tenants, demo and lobby Peterborough town hall, 6pm 14th Dec.] It’s become difficult to be shocked by our housing crisis.  (I see the government now refers to the ‘housing challenge’ and some others don’t like … Continue reading

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Georgia on my mind

During a six-week trip, it seemed quite likely I’d be in the US when one of the country’s regular gun massacres took place. On the same day a white racist murdered nine black people in South Carolina, I was visiting … Continue reading

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Tosheam Dudley’s short homeless story

I got talking to Tosheam Dudley in New Orleans and he told me his short homeless story in the eight minutes we had before my bus arrived. Tosheam arrived in the not-aptly named ‘Big Easy’ in 2009 from his home … Continue reading

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An American Tragedy

Even compared to Death Row, my visit to Sacramento, California was distressing. I’ve known Charlotte Delgado for about ten years and she’s one of the most remarkable people I’ve ever met. She’s devoted much of her life to helping others, … Continue reading

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