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So, You Want To Live In A Better World? Then Come Help Us Make One. #OpSafeWinter #Anonymous

Catherine died within a month of this taping, homeless and alone. Please support the @home Invisible People Project

Hyacinth King works at the front desk. She lived on the streets until Project HOME helped her get her life together and gave her a job seven years ago. Curious about the building's namesake, she checked him out online. "I was really, really happy," King said one recent afternoon, "to see that someone who struggled with some of the same things as the people living here had the good fortune and ability to give back."

The stark reality is that many of them are people who very recently lived comfortable middle-class lives. For them, the economic downturn came too fast and many have been forced to trade their middle-class homes for lives in shelters, motels and at the far extreme, tented encampments.

At 21st and the Parkway over Memorial Day weekend and on Baltimore Avenue during this past week, homeless advocates have staged a sort of pop-up photo both asking Mayor Nutter specifically, “Where is the love?” The question, of course, comes in reference to Nutter’s highly controversial ban on public feeding of the homeless — a

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Lorch and a group of volunteers have mounted an organization called Help 4 Homeless Families, specifically to extend a helping hand to down-and-out people in the Philadelphia's Riverwards

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AMERICA TODAY: Heartbreaking Pictures From New Jersey's Homeless 'Tent City'

Dorothy Day: journalist, Catholic activist, non-violent anarchist, Wobblie, succor to the poor of inner cities across America.

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