Dr. James P. Wickstrom, D. Litt.
“This is going to be a major issue, and it could be a crisis,”
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They are the drug-addled, derelict and mentally ill who choose to live on the fringe — or so the stereotype goes.
They are children who have never known what it is like to live in a real house. They are families living on the brink of eviction and foreclosure. And, to distinguish themselves from the growing numbers of their peers, some have created a modern-day shantytown in a factory’s shadows.
They are among the homeless people found during a month of interviews by reporters for The Press and two related newspapers, the Kalamazoo Gazette and the Muskegon Chronicle.CONTINUE