With a broken-down oven, in a hotel kitchen, on an uninhabited island
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Thacher Schmid writes about people experiencing poverty, his work informed by his decades of social service. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and plays fierce violin, viola, and mandolin.
To insist that people who have a mobile shelter are “homeless” not only denies that their shelter can be a home; it also has the potential to deny their humanity, because it insists that they are incapable of making a home.
Generation Z, my daughter’s generation, is the most racially mixed and most diverse, and they are the worst nightmare of the old white supremacists.