Access matters, and unequal access can have onerous consequences for those who can’t afford the fast lane.
More than half a million people in the United States are homeless on any given night, and with housing prices rising and wages stagnant, the problem will only keep getting worse.
By hustling away homeless people to save Windsor from being seen in an unfavorable light, Britain lost control of its homelessness problem – and revealed a different facet of the country's modern, austerity-driven "brand."
Women who face the challenges of homelessness have to deal with additional factors when they find themselves without a place to live.
“There are many of us here who are homeless because when we came back from fighting, we couldn’t get a job, we had mental problems and there was no assistance for us anywhere."