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Homeless Task Force addresses HUD policy priorities

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Diversity, community output and more committee participation were salient subjects highlighted during the Augusta Homeless Task Force’s monthly meeting at the Salvation Army KROC Center Thursday.

“The goal is to make the Homeless Task Force and Continuum of Care interchangeable,” said Angela Col...

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Lord please help us! Once again “diversity and inclusiveness” are more important than actually doing something that will benefit everyone who is homeless. Catering to minority special-interest groups that are treated like majorities (i.e., nano-majorities) effectively incapacitates a democratic representative government system.

  2. In other words, po straight white folk need not apply. “Are we being as diverse and inclusive as we can in both our decision making our service delivery and in our future projects that come along to serve the needs of persons experiencing homelessness?” he said, naming as examples homeless persons of color, LGBTQ individuals and people with disabilities.”

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