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in this episode while on camp duty the cops show up and give us the boot once again. These are the tactics that the Phoenix PD are now using against the homeless people. Are they being fair or is the city's want for tax revenue driving the cops to be to agressive?
Whether you live in a small town or a big city, there are homeless people living in your community. They may not be visible all the time, but they are there. On a recent trip to Phoenix, Arizona I met Mark. He is 22 years old, lost his job four months ago, and has been on the streets ever since. Marks one and only wish is to find a job. Special thanks to the Phoenix Rescue Mission for the hospitality. ________________________________________________ Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/c/invisiblepeople?sub_confirmation=1 Invisible People’s website: http://invisiblepeople.tv Support Invisible People: https://invisiblepeople.tv/donate On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/invisiblepeople Invisible People’s Social Media: https://www.youtube.com/invisiblepeople https://twitter.c...
Phoenix Homeless Truth Documentary: The Truth about the Police and City Harassment of the Homeless and people that help them. The Laws in Phoenix that can get someone arrested for helping the Homeless, and other city codes against the homeless. This also show the humanitarian effort by the few that make a huge impact to their community. One World Voice team put this video together to show the truth and find solutions. www.oneworldvoicefoundation.com
ABC15 looks at how do cities keep track of homeless sex offenders after concerned residents reached out to our team.
Second Chance Saturday is YOUR chance to help others! Let's help our homeless neighbors get back on their feet by coming together and pooling our resources in a collaborative effort EVERY SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH! When we all get together, we can do greater things. We call these gatherings Kindness Co-Ops! A Kindness Co-Op is a loosely organized collective of individuals and organizations who are getting together to provide services and supplies to our local homeless friends. Anything you can provide is welcome. We already have a hair care station, a food station, a free street story donation station, and a hydration station. We would LOVE for you and your family, your church, your charity, your company, or just yourself to come on down and join us. We are always looking for peopl...
Niya has been homeless since 11 years-old. I cannot even imagine all the pain and suffering this wonderful woman has experienced growing up on the streets and in the system. I met Niya living behind a fence with several other women near a major street in Phoenix, Arizona. Niya says she wants to be homeless because of her addiction, but no one wants to live without adequate housing. She has just 'conditioned' herself to street life. In a way, the streets of Phoenix have become her family! Niya is a smart woman with a good heart. It's simply a miracle that she can stay positive given the life she has lived. Miya knows what she has to do. She knows she must get off the drugs. But getting off drugs is not that easy when the chance of her finding living wage employment is nearly impossible....
The issue of homelessness touches all our lives – from public policy to our tax dollars, from our neighborhoods to our businesses. This video is from Part III in a special five-part series, Homeless In Plain Sight, in which KJZZ hopes to start a community conversation about the people, programs and potential solutions to homelessness in the Phoenix area. MORE: http://homeless.kjzz.org
A Phoenix homeless camp is in the middle of a fight to stay where they are, while some in the community want them gone.
The weather in spring goes from cool to warm rather quickly in Phoenix Arizona. Gloria T. Grinage, 55, is a homeless woman living in Phoenix. In this brief video she shares what she highlights that burglary and theft are big problems in downtown Phoenix. About 59 percent of crimes in downtown Phoenix can be attributed to some form of burglary or theft, according to Raids Online (www.raidsonline.com). Grinage also shares how she handles the heat. McDonald’s is one of her safe havens when it comes to escaping the heat. In downtown Phoenix each McDonald’s is about 1.5 miles apart.
City lays out plan for temporary housing option. ◂ ABC15 is your destination for Arizona breaking news, weather, traffic, streaming video and in-depth coverage to keep you informed throughout the day. Our mission is simple. ABC15 is Taking Action to make Arizona an even better place to live. For more download the ABC15 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-knxv Android: http://bit.ly/knxv-android
Audrey Akers, 32, was arrested recently for using toilet paper and perfume to set fire to a homeless shelter last week. ◂ ABC15 is your destination for Arizona breaking news, weather, traffic, streaming video and in-depth coverage to keep you informed throughout the day. Our mission is simple. ABC15 is Taking Action to make Arizona an even better place to live. For more download the ABC15 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-knxv Android: http://bit.ly/knxv-android