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March 2007 Issue:

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We can end homelessness, once and for all

The growing violence against and repression of the homeless, and their heroic and determined resistance in various places across the country in response, are bringing the issue of homelessness to the fore. Why has homelessness grown in our country over the last 30 years, and how do we end it? Because it can be ended, once and for all.


Cover Story

Billions for Corporations, The Gutter for the Rest

Dumped in the street in downtown Los Angeles by a paramedic who could find no place willing to accept him, a paraplegic, homeless man, clad in a soiled and torn hospital gown, pulled himself through the gutter begging for help. That image now stands beside the frightful pictures of Abu Ghraib, America’s torture prison in Iraq, as the defining measure of American morality in the minds of the peoples of the earth.


Also In this Issue:

A victory in the struggle for affordable water

Michigan inmates sue over denial of legal assistance

Struggle of Women Part of Fight to Liberate Humanity

Cook County, Ill., votes to cut vital health services

Tent Cities Spread Across America

Homeless Marathon: I believe ...

Poor Peoples Union Declares Victory; Prepares for Next Stage

Celebrate America -- End Homelessness

Back to the Future

Poem: The Union Ferry's Steamin' Up

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Immigration raids affect us all

Losing the Ranch: Mortgage game was rigged against us from the start

High-Tech Tsunami

Residents fight to save a public park in Michigan from a corporate take-over

Battle Creek residents face highest gas rates in Michigan

Sham Katrina housing plan funnels billions to corporations

Corruption Rolls On in Berrien County, Mich.