Occupied Tucson Citizen

Posts Tagged "Homelessness"

Check out all of the posts tagged with "Homelessness".

An Overview of Low Income Housing in Tucson

BY JIM HANNAN, Occupied Tucson Citizen There is a spectrum of low income housing in Tucson: Homeless, sleeping in the park, need to move when prompted Homeless, sleeping in the river in a makeshift camp, […]

Aug, 02

The Farce Side

BY GONZO PERSIMMONS, Occupied Tucson Citizen A cartoon by Gonzo Persimmons from the sidewalk of Veinte de Agusto park in downtown Tucson — otherwise known as the “Safe Park” — where the homeless and activists […]

Apr, 09

Tucson Forum: You too Could be Homeless


Mar, 02

The Homeless are Green

BY KEN LEE, Occupied Tucson Citizen They mostly ride bikes, take the bus, or walk where they go.  They wear discarded clothing, eat discarded food, in a pinch they smoke discarded tobacco.  Their carbon footprint […]

Feb, 15

Occupy Homelessness

BY JOHN COOPER, Occupied Tucson Citizen Every year, men, women, and children are arrested for performing basic activities that are essential to life. . There is increasing regulation of the streets, subways, parks, and other […]

Feb, 12


BY BOBBY BURNS, Occupied Tucson Citizen They stroll the hot side-walks as the pavement sizzles from the unwavering Sun. Their survival means hope as their bodies undergo never-ending pounding of moving and shuffling to keep […]

May, 11

Activist Alert Interview with Brian Flagg of Casa Maria and the Bus Rider’s Union

TEX SHELTERS interviews BRIAN FLAGG, Occupied Tucson Citizen Brian Flagg has been an activist with Catholic Charities in Sacramento and Tucson, and with Casa Maria for upwards of thirty years. For the last year and […]

Mar, 21


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