Vic Bishop – This simple idea is having a profoundly positive impact on this Detroit community.
John Vibes – An act of kindness after the government shut down their heat.
John Vibes – “No one is ever turned away; all are welcomed, respected and treated with dignity.”
Aaron Kesel – The Sunday before Thanksgiving Atlanta police handed out tickets to activists feeding the homeless.
Vic Bishop – No wonder helping the homeless is looked down upon today.
Vic Bishop – This is a disturbing trend which has been gaining steam in recent years.
Phillip Schneider – In the land of the free, there is no hope or help for the homeless.
Steven Maxwell – Instead of processed foods given through donation, they eat from their rooftop garden.
Christina Sarich – This is what genuine compassion and community leadership looks like.
Isaac Davis – The tiny home movement is facing challenges from government, this time in Los Angeles.
Alex Pietrowski – What can we learn about solving homelessness from these communities?
Video – Watch this touching video about Omar Gosh who decided to show his son how the homeless in Tampa, Florida live.
Video – When a homeless man receives a gift of $100 a waiting camera crew follows him to a liquor store to find out what he’ll spend the money on.
Anna Hunt This innovative project that address chronic homelessness in Austin could be a model for creating affordable, sustainable communities.
Video – Homeless people wrote down a fact about themselves that others wouldn’t know just by walking past them. Their answers may surprise you.
Ida Lawrence, Contributor Waking Times I remember walking down the boardwalk at Venice Beach, and seeing a woman sitting on the sidewalk with her two small children, holding a sign…
Alexander Light, Contributor Waking Times The worldwide military expenditures for 2011 summed up to as much as $2,157,172,000,000 (yes, that’s over $2,15 trillion). The human mind cannot really grasp such a large amount of money,…
Aaron Jackson, Guest Writer Waking Times As explained in the article Learning Careerism As A Moral Reward System; our society, specifically our education system, teaches and prepared us for a careerist…
Eric, Day-Blind Star Waking Times In my short experience on this big blue marble there is one-act that I have continually come to find gratifying. The best way to help…
The ordinance that passed Wednesday night requires groups to obtain permission from the city before handing out any food, and imposes a fine of $500 for anyone who defies the rule. It also allows the city to designate certain organizations as “recognized” charitable food providers, which would have to adhere to certain rules mostly pertaining to cleanliness.