It is now too late on Sunday night to write something new. This reblogged post is from last year, but is still relevant. Unfortunately, it will become more relevant as the Eviction Moratorium expires at the end of January.
While looking at real estate in Oklahoma, it is apparent why homelessness in not so prevalent there. It is probably similar to many other places in America. Perhaps it is more accurate to say that this region and a few others are not so similar to the rest of America. After all, there are more of those places than there are of these. They are what is more normal. This is not normal.
It is easy to imagine that harsh climate would be a deterrent to homelessness. It probably is to transient homeless people who migrate to climates that are more conducive to homelessness. However, there really are not many homeless people who are transient, even here. Almost all homeless people live in their respective Communities, where they were before homelessness.
The cost of living is more relevant to homelessness than climate. There are not as many homeless people in…
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