It's for a good cause.
The cost of the parade—the theme of which will emphasize "the price of freedom"—could completely eliminate hunger among every homeless veteran for at least two weeks, according to the conservative estimates used in a 'Newsweek' analysis.
"Either you’re going to be on public property or you’re going to be on private property or you’re going to levitate yourself off the face of the earth," one lawyer said.
A new study from Hawaii revealed that youth homelessness starts at age 14 on average through interviews with individuals in Oahu.
Cities across America have cited health issues to institute bans on sharing food in public places, but activists say such laws contribute to a trend of criminalizing homelessness.
Fight for space or freeze on the streets: That's the chilling choice that homeless people across the United States face this week.
There are about 1.6 million homeless youth in the U.S., and they disproportionately identify as LGBT individuals.
A church in Malibu, California has said they have been asked by officials to stop serving dinners to the homeless.