Debate On Homelessness

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Homelessness has always occurred in society, it has always been a great deal of despair and helplessness. Homelessness is a very frightening and difficult way of living. Homeless have often come from bad neighborhoods, suffered from mental illnesses or were born into homelessness. Homeless shouldn’t be criminalized for not having a place to stay when they are suffering and need help. If the government wants to make a difference and put an end to homelessness they need to help, criminalize.
No one chooses to be homeless, no one wants to be judged for suffering and no one controls everything about their life’s path.“On a single night in 2016, 549,928 people were experiencing homelessness in the United States, [..]44% of the homeless had jobs.”
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