"We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty."
~ Mother Teresa
From Detroit to LA.
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8 Years on the streets
Honorable discharged, US Navy.
Siem Reap, Market Woman.
Honorably discharged &
Living on the streets for 3 years
1 of 58,000 in
Los Angeles County
Grateful for this meal.
Lost her home of 30 years.
Santa Monca, CA
Phnom Penh Survivor, of Khmer Rouge
US Army, Honeralby discharged
Woman on the edge of the Huangpu River.
Man in the Lujiazui district.
John, Hollywood, California
East Los Angeles.
Welcome to Hollywood.
Frank, in down town Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, CA.
This is Tom’s home, he is a second generation honorably discharged Marine.
Khmer Rouge Survivor
Los Angeles, CA
East Los Angeles, CA.
Santa Monica, CA
Urban Camp Site
Larry, is a
Honorably discharged Veteran.
Banteay Srey Woman
In this photographic collection of humanistic portraits
Does society have a responsibility?
In each city across America, they sometimes blend into the crowd. We pass them as they sometimes only have the clothes on their back, as they look for a warm meal, or a place to rest.
No Place to go.
Reason and justice tell me there's more love for humanity. Our behavior toward each other is the strangest, phenomena. Nothing so threatening to humanity as humanity itself.
That guy alone, walking down the street.
"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”
The The Lost Faces of Humanity