I have a passion for photographing homeless people. It brings me back to reality. This is a homeless person calling it a night in the streets of NYC. I’m a realist. We have slumlords who don’t care about anyone but themselves. They allow their buildings to deteriorate. Then, turn around, and sell it for millions of dollars. These slumlords make a huge profit. Who suffers? Not the rich, that’s for sure. The homeless get stepped over, while the high rollers make their moves. GFY!
With more than 1.5 million people behind bars, the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world, and the financial costs are staggering. As politicians from both parties seek alternatives to mass imprisonment, the parole process has emerged as a major obstacle.