Greensboro NC Describes The Real Roots Of Homelessness — Yet Again

Exterior of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum
International Civil Rights Center and Museum photo by Mx. Granger is licensed under the public domain
Greensboro, North Carolina, is home of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum. It is also facing a homelessness crisis.

Einstein gets the nod for a popular definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results.

On the other hand, some aboriginal traditions suggest that it’s necessary to repeat something four times in order for it to be true.

We’re faced with communities everywhere that would prefer to dismiss homelessness as a mental health problem, or a drug problem, or a ‘rootless youth adventure’ problem and invariably a ‘willful civic nuisance’ problem. Accordingly, we’ll lean towards the aboriginal explanation to yet again introduce another useful study exploring a major cause of homelessness.

Read more in Greensboro’s News & Record: More Affordable Housing, Not Shelter Beds, Will Help Greensboro’s Homeless Problem, Report Says