50% More New Yorkers Sleeping In Shelters Than In 2010

Conditions at the airports reflect the growth of homelessness in the most populous U.S. city. Every night, more than 60,000 people—almost 26,000 of them children—sleep in shelters, an increase of about 20,000 in three years,according to the Coalition for the Homeless, a New York-based advocacy group. Click here for full story…

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