Family Homelessness in NYC: How Can We Solve It?
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Undergraduate honors thesis / Open Access
“I am not leaving any New Yorkers behind. We're moving together and that is the goal of what we must accomplish,” said the freshly inaugurated Eric Adams, mayor of New York City, at a March 2022 press conference. He was referring to the undeniable rampant homelessness that in this era, seems almost synonymous with the Big Apple. “I'm not abandoning anyone. I am not believing that dignity is living in a cardboard without a shower, without a toilet...in terrible living conditions...This city is now engaged in a multi-agency mission with compassion and caring, taking our time, not rushing through this, but being compassionate to people who are experiencing terrible circumstances.”1 Keen observers must wonder though, will Adams’ attempts to curb and alleviate homeless work, when the issue has only worsened?
Abrahams, E. (2022, May). Family Homelessness in NYC: How Can We Solve It? [Undergraduate honors program, Yeshiva University.]
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