The commoditized nature of housing has created a conflict of interest in the way we see housing. It could be seen as an investment or a necessity for life. There is a black hole in the bottom of our society in America and we push each other down there to climb up the social hierarchy. This creates homelessness for those that are mentally impaired and do not have the help they need. Currently there are over 50,000 homeless people living in tents on sidewalks in Los Angeles county in California. With rapid gentrification, more Americans are becoming homeless at an increasing rate of 12% a year. Housing is necessary for life and should be treated like a utility like water, electricity, etc. However, providing affordable housing to curb rapid gentrification to preserve life of the sick and disabled may devalue our houses and real estate investments from the new supply. Where do we go from here? Higher the density, faster the gentrification. People don't have anywhere to go so they pitch up tents and live outside in the streets of Los Angeles. This increases health risks, public safety risks, and looks like genocide from corporate greed as they die in the streets. Maybe there is a better way. Maybe there is a way to house these people, curb rapid gentrification, and keep our housing investments unaffected. Help me raise the funds necessary for me to do this. I will be putting together a campaign to gather support. Please spread the word and always remember to TRUE meaning behind the rainbow and the Noah's Ark!
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