Brown: They don’t live under a bridge, but they’re still homeless

I spent a heartbreaking couple of hours last week sitting around a table with six high school students who would tell you without hesitation that they are homeless even though they go to bed at night with a roof over their heads.
Each of these young people has been living “doubled up,” staying with relatives or friends after losing their own housing because of financial hardships.
It’s a hard way to live, they wanted me to know, in some ways more difficult than staying in a homeless shelter, which several of them also have done.
“It takes just a snap of the finger

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