National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day - 2021-12-21
What is National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day?
Today is the day to remember those who have lived without stable housing. We must reflect on this shocking inhumanity and call for meaningful policy changes to ensure that no life is lived without shelter. There are always homeless people. But especially in the winter, it is more challenging to find shelter. The media may focus on awareness and solutions at this time of year. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get the community to focus on homelessness. Local groups should work with local media to help homeless people at this time of year by finding them shelter. The homeless situation in America will vary from state to state. There are approximately half a million homeless people in the United States and almost 200,000 of those people live on the streets. According to Whitehouse.gov – state of the homeless in America, in 2018, there were approximately half a million people who were homeless in the United States and almost 200,000 of those people lived on the streets.
When is National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day?
National Homeless Persons' Memorial Day takes place each year on the longest night of the year, the winter solstice, this year it falls on December 21st, 2021.
History of National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day
On National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day (HPMD) – commemorated annually since 1990
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