Pitting Cyclists Against the Homeless Is Peak Neoliberalism

If you read blogs about bikes you likely saw how Seattle’s DOT installed a dozen and a half bike racks in a place nobody would lock a single bike, let alone dozens of bikes. SDOT did this, quite obviously, to block homeless people from camping in the location, as everyone figured out pretty quickly. Condemnation… Continue reading Pitting Cyclists Against the Homeless Is Peak Neoliberalism

Hawaii Proposes Radical Prescriptions for Curing Homelessness

Trying to grasp the interplay between the US homeless crisis and the capital housing market can be a tad tricky at times. So often homelessness is viewed as the fallout of addiction or bad life choices, or the after affect of incarceration. After the housing market crash which saw hundreds of thousands of Americans lose… Continue reading Hawaii Proposes Radical Prescriptions for Curing Homelessness