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Homeless teenage boy and girl

Homeless teenage boy and girl

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Homeless teenage boy and girl

Ali Sherzad, Staff Writer

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The United States of America has a new President after a historic election, Donald Trump. Hopefully he will lead America successfully and, according to him, make America great again! As he is now executing the highest position in our government for four years, he will have challenges that we the people of the United States hope he will overcome with brilliant and logical solutions. It will not be easy for him; he will have to make decisions for the future of the United States. The pressure is great: citizens everywhere are counting on him to come up with an idea for every issue that the country faces and would never be willing to live in a country with unresolved problems rampant (economic decisions, trading, troops in the Middle East, ISIS, Al Qaeda, etc.).

As people are thinking about this, there is a hidden issue that needs his attention, which has really gotten serious throughout last decade. In the US more than 3.5 million people experience homelessness every year. Even more surprising is that 35% of homeless people are families with children and 23% are US military veterans. One in 50 children in the United States of America are homeless each year, which is an issue for the future generations of this country. These children have to lead and contribute for this country as their higher education is a question! How will they survive and how would they contribute for this country? Their voices have been snatched from them and they have been silenced for many years! Something must be done.

Homelessness emerged as a national issue in the 1870s and many homeless people live in urban cities such as New York City. Since the 1870s there is not a solid policy or solution for this issue as homelessness is a national issue for United States of America. We need to address this serious problem, and our president does too.

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