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26 George Cook stares in quiet anger as his family is evicted from their home. 27 For many homeless children, games have given way to grim reality. This young man is proud of his starter pistol. 28 Fear is reflected in Andrea Jones's face as she watches her bedroom furniture being moved onto the sidewalk during another eviction. 29 Mary Fitzgerald waits for the Sheriffs Department to arrive to evict her family. " 31 A young girl in rural Mississippi. Her home is a rough shade. 8 Shut in and shut out, these children play behind the Capitol City Inn, a motel used to house the homeless during the 1980s.

24 Cornell Hatton pauses near an abandoned building owned and managed by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development of the City of New York. Annette Wilson walks through her neighborhood in the South Bronx, a landscape reminiscent of foreign war zones. 26 George Cook stares in quiet anger as his family is evicted from their home. 27 For many homeless children, games have given way to grim reality. This young man is proud of his starter pistol. 28 Fear is reflected in Andrea Jones's face as she watches her bedroom furniture being moved onto the sidewalk during another eviction.

Many of the homeless are unwilling victims too young to have any choice. It is estimated that one-quarter of the homeless in America are children, and the homeless population is increasingly made up of families. 24 Cornell Hatton pauses near an abandoned building owned and managed by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development of the City of New York. Annette Wilson walks through her neighborhood in the South Bronx, a landscape reminiscent of foreign war zones. 26 George Cook stares in quiet anger as his family is evicted from their home.

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