San Francisco Chronicle Highlights Race and Homelessness

Across the nation and especially in our major cities, racism and homelessness are deeply intertwined. Historical and ongoing discrimination in housing, jobs, health care and criminal justice have resulted in high rates of homelessness among people of color. When economic vulnerability — not just for individuals, but for entire families — combines with escalating housing costs, homelessness becomes inevitable for tens of thousands of people of color each year. Read the article here.

Kansas DCF Sued for "Extreme Housing Instability" of Foster Children

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