Marianna Hyder
Marianna Hyder

I Myself Was Homeless, at one time... With My Son, Who At That Time- Was Only 6 Years Old)...
so, WE Both KNOW - First Hand - What It Means and What It Feels Like!
We lived in our car for quite awhile -- Never knowing, how we would end up.
But, we got Lucky, because "Eventually" a Friend... Ended Up Helping Us.

I Totally Agree With: The Other People Below Who Also Posted This..
This Is Only One Of The Things That Happen: When OUR Jobs - Go Over Seas.

Apache Cheynne
Apache Cheynne
  • Marianna Hyder

Marianna, I stood where you are, and no the sorrow to cry but somehow we fight for the children...It's more than loss of jobs...women suffer all over...Why does that seem so chilling...When will men at the Top look below their belts of the children without?

Marianna Hyder
Marianna Hyder
  • Marianna Hyder

Oh the men at the top look below their belts -- ALL The time... to see who they can -- Do It To!

Mary Ruth Harrill
Mary Ruth Harrill

I was once homeless. My daughter and I lived in my car. She had to drop out of school. It is considered a crime to be homeless but at that time there were no shelters in Maryville. My son-inlaw saved us.

Apache Cheynne
Apache Cheynne

When my home was taken that raised my children, taken because of ruthless Banking, I know to be Homeless, hunger in America, people do not see nor does care become reality. It's a loss of dignity, suffering which you want to find relief, you question is there a "God" you question how to fight for your right to live, and a piece of you dies...When you see your children work for others who appreciate not just to put food in their bellies you rise with such anger to propel you one more...

When my home was taken that raised my children, taken because of ruthless Banking, I know to be Homeless, hunger in America, people do not see nor does care become reality. It's a loss of dignity, suffering which you want to find relief, you question is there a "God" you question how to fight for your right to live, and a piece of you dies...When you see your children work for others who appreciate not just to put food in their bellies you rise with such anger to propel you one more day...because the children rely on your strength to hold on safe! America dies when People don't see...It's the pain trying to find a dollar to buy McD's hamburger patty! Tell Me More about the belly of Hunger, driven by sorrow and eyes for of no tomorrow!

Debbie Falanga
Debbie Falanga

I don't understand why we have this probmle.

Imani Hope
Imani Hope

Homeless families and children are among least visible, because we need to know that the nation has to do same thing like give up land to build hemostats for the homeless Children such as the orphans you can visit Uganda VOHO orphans on Face book.

Imani Hope
Imani Hope

Homeless families and children are among least visible, because we need to know that the nation has to do same thing like give up land to build hemostats for the homeless Children such as the orphans.

Tamara Sikorajaynes
Tamara Sikorajaynes

great cause

Madaline E. States
Madaline E. States

In a nation where great wealth exist poverty should not dwell. America has the ability to end children homelessness and create a society of humane management. The shame of homeless children is a shared shame: ending homelessness is a joined responsibility.

Connie Wilson
Connie Wilson

There should be no homeless children in America. America takes care of many foreigners who try to cross our borders every day. We should be taking care of our own in America first! Then if anything is left give it to foreigners.

Sherry McCabe Incorvia

We just took in a young lady that lost her Mom at 19 also. And she had been used and abused worse than I. late for him to see a doctor. It was at 19. She's been used and abused. I wish we adopted so our only child would not end up like us. Alone.And to have a hysterectomy at 30 and cancer and a brain tumor at 40, you sometimes have to sell your home and take care of your family. But Love never dies. Become a bid Brother or Sister. Adopt in this country not another. We have kids here too....

We just took in a young lady that lost her Mom at 19 also. And she had been used and abused worse than I. late for him to see a doctor. It was at 19. She's been used and abused. I wish we adopted so our only child would not end up like us. Alone.And to have a hysterectomy at 30 and cancer and a brain tumor at 40, you sometimes have to sell your home and take care of your family. But Love never dies. Become a bid Brother or Sister. Adopt in this country not another. We have kids here too. It's not about sex. It's about how people like us have burred their own moms at 19. I buried my Mother 35 years ago today. And our son has health issues, so a house was a dream for awhile.And your cousins are nothing like their parents even if you are. And your child may be alone and disabled, falling into a pit like this girl. At least I had a mother in law that had promised no matter what sut at least Love doesn't die.he would love me as er own and did more than that. And she and I were diagnosed the same day. So 35 years ago today I buried my mom at 19. And I also lost my only brother whom I adored. And Saved me. But he died in my arms. That was the longest time I ever had him to myself , I was so busy being a slave to a jealous boss, I missed and fought to late. So my intention was for my family and only a few were helped. As we are so busy with work we miss the most important signs. But at least Love never dies. I only wish to be half the woman my mother was. But I can see that my cousins are nothing like their mothers were.

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