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Los gigantes tecnológicos analizan el lucrativo mercado de rentas, ya que la moratoria de fin de desalojo podría dejar a millones de personas sin hogar

Un "tsunami" de desalojos está a punto de extenderse por los Estados Unidos cuando la moratoria de 120 días termina hoy, amenazando a millones de estadounidenses con la falta de vivienda o algo peor: un nuevo grupo de propietarios llamado Facebook, Google y Apple.

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Esta Navidad, más de medio millón de estadounidenses lucharán con la falta de vivienda

El gobierno estima que terminar con la falta de vivienda costaría alrededor de $ 20 mil millones, menos de lo que los estadounidenses gastan en decoraciones navideñas, sin embargo, parece haber poco apetito para abordar el creciente problema.

Esta Navidad, más de medio millón de estadounidenses lucharán con la falta de vivienda

While millions of Americans celebrate Christmas this year with loved ones, carving turkey and sharing gifts, others are not so fortunate. According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, over half a million of us will spend Christmas on the streets. The government agency estimates that on any given day,

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Los San Franciscanos ricos que recaudan dinero para bloquear un refugio para personas sin hogar son el último ejemplo de una sociedad rica en desintegración

La ironía de los empleados adinerados de Silicon Valley que intentan bloquear un refugio local para personas sin hogar, como señala CBS, es que la falta de vivienda está aumentando en el Área de la Bahía en gran parte debido al propio Silicon Valley.

Los San Franciscanos ricos que recaudan dinero para bloquear un refugio para personas sin hogar son el último ejemplo de una sociedad rica en desintegración

SAN FRANCISCO -- Residents of San Francisco’s South Beach are organizing to stop a homeless shelter in their affluent neighborhood, having crowdfunded tens of thousands of dollars in a matter of days to fight

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Criminalizing Homeless for Sleeping Outside Is Cruel, Federal Appeals Court Rules

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recognized sitting, lying, or sleeping are all “universal and unavoidable consequences of being human.”

Criminalizing Homeless for Sleeping Outside Is Cruel, Federal Appeals Court Rules

A federal appeals court ruled the Eighth Amendment against cruel and inhuman punishment prohibits the city of Boise from prosecuting homeless individuals who sleep outside on public property when they have no home or bed in a shelter. Six current and former residents of Boise, Idaho, sued the city over two ordinances that were used to

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As Chicago Removes More Homeless Residents, a Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Evictions

Officials continue to remove homeless people and fail to provide affordable housing.

As Chicago Removes More Homeless Residents, a Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Evictions

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against the city of Chicago’s evictions of homeless people, even as officials continue to remove homeless people and fail to provide affordable housing. Andy Thayer, an activist with Uptown Tent City Organizers (UTCO), requested a public assembly permit for a protest encampment at Stewart Mall after the city

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Golden State Engulfed In Poverty: California’s Inequality Epidemic

While some are enjoying luxurious $20 avocado toasts, factory-district lofts, and other perks of the booming tech economy, California is now ranked as having the worst quality of life and the highest poverty rate in the entire United States

Golden State Engulfed In Poverty: California’s Inequality Epidemic

LOS ANGELES -- California is a state with two faces. One face wears a beaming, optimistic smile -- reflecting pride in its sprawling coastline, its natural beauty. Its entertainment industry makes the state a cultural superpower, while its tech sector attracts millennial entrepreneurs and talent from across the world. With its

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