Tag Archives: Homelessness

Who greets Johnny when he comes marching home

This is where the pretense ends. The utilitarian room at the New Jersey National Guard Armory in Morristown, with concrete floors and bleachers, is the space from which generations of soldiers departed for duty; the space where they returned to … Continue reading

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Homeless or not, we’ll all be at this event

You don’t know what sliding your arms into a new winter coats feel like until you’ve not had one for a while. You don’t what it’s like to nurse a single cup of hot coffee for a couple of hours … Continue reading

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