In some parts across the country, we see hunger issues amongst all people. But this blog is going to focus on parents in the most need to feed their families. Parents can't control how benefits get received. All they can control is how they spread it amongst their loved ones. Now depending on how big the family is we understand food runs out within the household. Now to my point, what does a parent do when there isn't enough? We still have no answer, now all parents in this situation, must brainstorm ways to earn enough food that will last. Hunger has crippled our society for the longest, kids can't focus in class, early teens fall into the wrong activities within their community whether it

Love Me for Who I Am

Up to forty percent of the homeless adolescents in America are part of the LGBTQ+ community. These teens and young adults, who have done nothing wrong, have either been driven away by their family or have chosen to run away. Yet when they are evicted, they have nowhere else to go and are left to fend for themselves on the streets. Being homeless exposes one to danger and the elements, such as bitter cold, rain, or assault. These are definitely not conditions you would want your child to live in. So why do families drive their loved ones away? A primary factor of why families would forcefully evict their children is that their new gender or sexuality does not line up with the families’ religi

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