America's War On the Poor, Chap. 764: The day before a holiday honoring a civil rights icon who believed in "an inescapable network of mutuality" connecting us, police in California's El Cajon enforced a new ban on “food sharing” by arresting a dozen activists for feeding homeless humans in a park. The city says the ban is meant to protect the public from a hepatitis outbreak; critics say it's to dehumanize and criminalize the homeless once again.
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