Activists Offer Model for Temporary Housing of Homeless
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FEATURING PETER MIRON CONK – A group of activists with the San Jose Catholic Worker recently decided to convert an abandoned lot into a housing encampment for homeless people. Using large tents with toilets, showers, a community area, and a fence for safety, the activists say it is a promising transitional solution to rampant homelessness.
But city authorities seem to not agree. “Hope Village,” as it is called, has received an eviction notice.
Peter Conk Miron, Founder and Board Member of the San Jose Catholic Worker
Find out more about Hope Village and how you can support it at www.sjhv.org.