The man outside
Jamie Talbot

re: What are we doing ? Not Enough. It isn’t a priority because no one speaks for them. Organization that serves them continue to ask but because it’s all been said before, it isn’t heard. To be heard, lots of people have to make demands, repeatedly. This cause doesn’t have a cuteness factor (babies, puppies, unblemished, etc).

I also wonder if people care because it’s SO Visible. If a person is housed and out of sight, would anyone care anymore ? Housing should come first. But what about step 2 to 10 to . . . until someone isn’t merely surviving but thriving.

This isn’t an accusation. Just a ponderation.

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