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Here we share comments from homeless readers who are struggling every day just to stay alive. They discuss why the People’s Tribune it is so important to this fight:
“This paper tells the story of our lives.” … “The stories are as diverse as the backgrounds of the people in this circle.” … “If our stories are told, people will realize that we are not all criminals and killers.” … “How can we get these stories out to more people?” … “When people read these stories, they see that they are not alone. When they realize that they are not alone, they will be unable to put up with the way things are going.” … “How can we use this paper to organize a bunch of angry people?”
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