Homelessness, and therefore the California Housing Crisis, as an inextricably intersectional issue. Proposition 10, which will be on the ballot in the November 6 California election, has the power to alleviate some of the pressure on the marginalized communities most affected by homelessness and gentrification. Although there is a highly funded campaign against the proposition, the organizations that have voiced support for its passing demonstrate the positive impact it could truly have.
Millennial voters have the ability to dramatically affect every American’s access to healthcare, housing, and education. Let your voice be heard at the polls this Nov. 6.
President Donald J. Trump visited Pittsburgh, PA after the October 27 mass-shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, and drew further attention to the surge in white nationalism that many attribute to Trump’s divisive brand of politics.