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A federal court has blocked Trump’s racist #PublicCharge policy defining worthy as white and wealthy. Our work isn’t over, but this was a big win in the fight to #ProtectFamilies using housing assistance, Medicaid, & SNAP in the United States. Learn more: https://t.co/E2Ro7X4lOc

November 19th is approaching! Have you bought your ticket for the 2019 #McKinneyVentoAwards yet? https://t.co/kAd2jTjxK8

We’ve just delivered a letter to @AustinTexasGov and @MayorAdler, urging them to stand strong against @GovAbbot pushing reinstatement of the failed camping ban and to stick with the proven #HousingNotHandcuffs approach. https://t.co/EQRlIfWujm

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The McKinney-Vento Act grants homeless youth various resources. "They can continue to stay in their school district from where they were previously housed. They can get support services." Unfortunately, those resources aren’t always made available. https://t.co/O6Q0CZ3vUn

"This is local governments responding to pressure to do something by doing the wrong thing, which is criminalizing homelessness instead of solving it." We need constructive solutions to help people experiencing #homelessness. #HousingNotHandcuffs https://t.co/XWaCzpC2R5

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Yesterday, we delivered a letter to Mayor Adler and the city council of Austin, Texas, urging them to stand strong in the face of pressure from Governor Abbott to reinstate the city’s failed camping ban. Criminalization does not work, and pursuing #HousingNotHandcuffs does, so we hope that Austin will stay the course and continue with constructive solutions to preventing and ending homelessness. ... See MoreSee Less

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