New York – Best known for his provocative images, photographer Andres Serrano has turned his attention to putting a very public face on New York City’s skyrocketing homeless population. His stark portraits of individuals who live on the street appear in some of the very locations that his subjects often populate — a subway station, a park, a church. They’re also inside 50 phone booths and bus stop shelters around Manhattan. Read more. 

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Homelessness Is Going to Get Worse in 2014

Mon Aug 4 , 2014
Cities expect homelessness to spike in 2014 because of looming federal funding cuts in food stamps and the end of long-term unemployment benefits after Christmas, […]