When the police bring too many risks with them, where can you turn in a crisis?
Thousands have survived one pandemic winter, only to now face another, still waiting for shelters to have spaces for them, to hear their names called for a public housing unit.
“When you look around your community, it’s easy to help the people around you. And once you start doing that, it’s easier to understand how we can effect change.”
Chicagoans without shelter face the tough choice between the streets and shared air.
Pariahs amid the rainbow: young, queer, and homeless in Boystown