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Homeless people in the 1930s

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joshua dale

on 13 November 2013

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Transcript of Homeless people in the 1930s

Homeless today
One in 45 kids are homeless
94% of people on the streets are single adults.
hobos are treated badly people talk about them badly, some are given money to help them out
Homeless in 1930s
People were homeless because of the great depression, hard times for money and jobs. some could not afford to live in the city conditions. teenagers went to country side for better life.
hitch hiked on trains by jumping on them while they stop or keep going.
Homeless today
Most homeless are blacks and hispanics
3.5 million people experience homelessness
Treated the same people ignore them, some give them money or homes.
Homeless people in the 1930s

Homeless people now

Homeless in the 1930s
children had same reason as adults, left homes for a better life and future, good jobs.
hobos are treated as somewhat good people, because some parents wanted them to leave on a train for a better life, and others just ran away for their own choice or decisions.
Homeless today
It is mostly the homeless people's own fault that they are homeless because of their situation.
children have the same reason to be homeless as adults, it depends on the situation their in, and go through hard times. some are born homeless today, or kids now just drop out of school and don't care.
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