Recent Examples of homeless from the Web
Tickets for the dinner and auction are $75, and funds support St. Vincent de Paul's work with people who are homeless or poor.
Almost half of New York City’s homeless youth identify as LGBTQ.
The agency regularly serves lunches for homeless individuals, serving over 1,300 last year.
But through the devastation and disaster — even as families remain stranded, homeless and hungry — Black people have found a way to survive and make each other laugh.
Some of the city’s homeless people took refuge in low-lying spaces under highways before the storm hit;
Never one to shy away from a difficult cause—her work with AIDS patients and the homeless in the 1980s and early '90s was also groundbreaking—
Back then a state-of-the-art, 80,000-square-foot complex dedicated to helping the city’s homeless population seemed like a pipe dream.
Seeso’s deepest and most urgent show—the sweet, funny, and politically sharp Take My Wife—is still homeless.
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First Known Use of homeless
before 12th century
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