documents the lives of people without domiciles in the book
‘This is how we live. This is our everyday life. We don’t see it as something squalid, to be hidden - it’s perfectly normal to us.
’ - (Mark, Holborn, 1997)
As I write this, I'm on the phone with someone who is telling me about extremists who are prodding the Bush administration to push his "Christian agenda" | While he's at it, let us not forget that the wealthy have less chance of entering heaven than a camel has of passing through the eye of a needle | Every single soul who lacks the chance to have decent food, medical attention, and ~ adquate housing ~ stands as testimony of the failures of the so-call Christian agenda of the rich
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