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A Continuum of Violence

Rethinking Advocacy Priorities in Homelessness

By Mary Ellen Hombs

Instead of attacking the problem of homelessness, some cities are now attacking homeless people themselves, through laws and ordinances designed to drive homeless people out of sight and out of town. This article portrays the unrelentingly violent experience of homeless people on a structural as well as individual basis.

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