Women On The Street

Have you ever rushed down the street and felt that nagging feeling of
guilt, as you breeze by someone lying in a doorway? Is she alive? Is she ill?
Why do we all rush by without finding out is she's all right?
People sit in train stations, bus stations, parks, doorways,
unmistakably sick, with what, we don't know. All are seemingly alone. Some beg.
Some don't. Some have open sores that ooze and bleed. Some are drunk. Some
talk to themselves or formless others. They have no homes.
Street people make up a small percentage of the homeless population.
Most homeless people blend into the daily flow of urban life. Many families are
homeless. Many babies go from the hospital into the ...

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human existence," said Karl Marx. In
punch-the-clock and briefcase societies no less than in agricultural or hunting
and gathering societies, it is the organization of work that makes life in
communities possible. Individual life as well as social life is closely tied to
work. In wage labored societies, and perhaps in every other as well, much of an
individual's identity is tied to their job. For most people jobs are a
principal source of both independence and correctness to others. It should come
as no surprise that, in the work force or out, work and jobs are important in
the lives of homeless women.
There are women who want to work and do, and women who want to work and
do not. There are women who cannot work and others who should not work and
still others who do not want to work. Some work regularly, some intermittently;
some work part-time, some full-time; and there are even those who work two jobs.
At any given moment, there is a lot of job-searching, job losing, job ...

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