Lunsford An anxious man walked into the fellowship hall of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church just as the homeless men and women gathered for breakfast. He needed urgent help from the pastor, the Rev. Down the block, his friend had just been stabbed by a guy waving a knife. Said Suguitan on his work with the homeless in Cincinnati:
National Coalition for the Homeless reports that 1. There werehomeless people in the United States inaccording to the first national estimate in a decade, the Associated Press revealed.
Many believe that number is substantially higher. In my personal involvement with the homeless, there were no specific reasons an individual "becomes homless. Another was disabled, unable to walk for any distance, and was "kicked out" of his home when he stopped receiving social security benefits.
Many people scorn the homeless citing that they are lazy and simply don't want to work. This may be true of some, but, in my opinion, that is more rare than it is the commonplace.
The current economic situation in the U. Those who live paycheck to paycheck simply cannot afford to immediately seek new housing when they are suddenly laid-off or face family medical issues beyond their financial means.
Families are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population, according to the National Coalition for the Homeless. Furthermore, the average age of a homeless person in the U.
What can each of us do to help this social condition? The first step is to not ignore that the condition even exists. It's easier for some to diminish the thought so they no assume no responsibility.
Sir, can you help me? It's cold and I'm nowhere to sleep, there's somewhere you can tell me? He walks on, doesn't look back, he pretends he can't hear her.
Starts to whistle as he crosses the street, seems embarrassed to be there. Oh, think twice, it's another day for you and me in paradise. Treat them as human beings, which is what they are. Talk with them as you would anyone else, since they are equal in God's eyes to you and me. Also, check out the local homeless alliance and see if there are ways you can help.
The key is to be sincere in your efforts. The problem will not vanish, even if we all reach out together. However, if any of these efforts make life more tolerable to even one person, then much has been accomplished.The photo exhibit was PhotoSensitive's very first project, a moving photo essay providing a stark black and white window into the lives of the hungry and homeless of the city.
The project's beneficiary and prominent subject was the Daily Bread Food Bank, run at that time by Gerard Kennedy (later an MP and Liberal leadership hopeful).
Nov 25, · schwenkreis.com overall point that I’d like to make with my photo essay is that there are a lot of homeless people out in the world. I would like to capture as many pictures as I can within these next few weeks, in order to show that just within a couple of miles from home, someone.
It’s five o’clock in the morning, and a cold mist lies upon the small Kenyan town of Kitale. Only if you walk around the empty town at the break of dawn will you notice the part of life that.
Sep 14, · How to create a unique photo essay, telling stories with your photographs for beginners A day in the life of a homeless person (60 Minutes Exclusive) - Duration: SmithtownClub. Faces of the Homeless: A Photo Essay Joan Kadri Zald∗ These portraits were taken in shelters, soup kitchens, transitional housing, and on city streets.
A photo essay of homeless people living on the streets of.