Ian Adams, 21, who is currently homeless, joins other homeless folks and their advocates while “camping out” in downtown Sacramento, during the 2nd annual Homeward Stake Down, trying to draw attention to the need for more and better services for the down and out, Friday, May 2, 1014. One of the sponsors, SafeGround, recently fired its director and still doesn’t have property to establish a permanent, outdoor campground for homeless people.
Ian Adams, 21, who is currently homeless, joins other homeless folks and their advocates while “camping out” in downtown Sacramento, during the 2nd annual Homeward Stake Down, trying to draw attention to the need for more and better services for the down and out, Friday, May 2, 1014. One of the sponsors, SafeGround, recently fired its director and still doesn’t have property to establish a permanent, outdoor campground for homeless people. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Ian Adams, 21, who is currently homeless, joins other homeless folks and their advocates while “camping out” in downtown Sacramento, during the 2nd annual Homeward Stake Down, trying to draw attention to the need for more and better services for the down and out, Friday, May 2, 1014. One of the sponsors, SafeGround, recently fired its director and still doesn’t have property to establish a permanent, outdoor campground for homeless people. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
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January 11, 2015 5:04 PM

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