Shelter From the Storm


After a seven-city tour, a U.N special investigator has accused the
U.S. government of pouring billions of dollars into rescuing Wall
Street but failing to address the shameful, growing problem of homelessness. Raquel Rolnik said the housing crisis is "invisible" to many people even though we have the resources to address it.

the US, it's feasible to provide adequate housing for all. You have a
lot of money, a lot of dollars available. You have a lot of expertise.
This is a perfect setting to really embrace housing as a human right."

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