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EMERGENCY CALL, 1PM: Bloomberg Vetoed NYPD Reform; Make Some Noise with Us at City Hall

Sorry for the last-minute notice, but sometimes history happens fast.

Join PTH and the National Action Network to demand JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON

Calling all members and friends of Picture the Homeless!

SAY THANK YOU to the brave people who stood up to Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD!!

Doing the right thing is never easy.

And the Council Members who dared to stand up to bias-based policing and vote for the groundbreaking Community Safety Act are facing a ton of pressure from some very powerful forces.

Mayor Bloomberg has said he'll use his own personal money to influence council members who voted for the CSA bills.

What can we do to make sure Trayvon Martin didn't die in vain? - Perspectives from Homeless New Yorkers

Like so many of us, homeless people were shocked and outraged by the news that George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin.

Yesterday, we shared "Murder Under Color of Law: Legal Lynching in the New Jim Crow" by PTH elder stateman and homeless legal scholar Jean Rice.

The Obama Administration’s False Excuses on Affordable Housing Hurt Families Like Mine: Why I’m Suing - by Danielle Stelluto

[Terrific op-ed piece by PTH member Danielle Stelluto, explaining why we're suing the federal government for the $382 million that it owes to poor people for housing!!]

You think raising toddlers as a single mom is difficult, try doing it without a home.

Murder Under "Color of Law" - Legal Lynching Within the "New Jim Crow"

Our United States of America is said to be governed by "The Rule of Law" - provisions within the Fourth and the Fourteenth Amendment to our United States Constitution as well as Title 42 of our U.S. Code, Section 1983, exist to protect the lives and the property of all United States citizens from unlawful, illegal, unconstitutional intrusion, by law enforcement agents and quasi-law-enforcement agents acting under so-called "color of law."

The Difference Literacy Made.

Dear Friends and Allies -

As you may have seen, on Wednesday, September 18th, at 7pm, we'll be having a dedication and opening party for the Jean Rice Liberation Reference Library! Conceptualized, curated, and run by homeless New Yorkers, where people experiencing homelessness can educate themselves and others, this library will provide homeless New Yorkers with the tools to change their lives, and to change the world.

We're suing Uncle Sam for HOUSING - here are the photos and press coverage!

The Federal Government is obligated by law to invest money in the National Housing Trust Fund, which should go inro housing for folks hit hard by the financial crisis - as well as folks hit hard by centuries of institutional racism and oppression!

But that money is MIA.

In fact, over $380 million is missing from the trust fund.

That's why we're suing the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

And that's why we had this press conference yesterday.

Why are we suing the federal government? Kendall lays it out.

Today, Tuesday July 9th, Picture the Homeless and our partners in Right to the City and the National Low Income Housing Coalition filed a national lawsuit agains

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