Ivan Dixon, who says he has been homeless for 31 years, is confronted by two police officers for camping outside of Sacramento City Hall. “It’s crazy man, there’s nowhere for me to be,” said Dixon, 45. “I used to have dreams to have children and a family, but none of that exists anymore.”
Ivan Dixon, who says he has been homeless for 31 years, is confronted by two police officers for camping outside of Sacramento City Hall. “It’s crazy man, there’s nowhere for me to be,” said Dixon, 45. “I used to have dreams to have children and a family, but none of that exists anymore.” Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Ivan Dixon, who says he has been homeless for 31 years, is confronted by two police officers for camping outside of Sacramento City Hall. “It’s crazy man, there’s nowhere for me to be,” said Dixon, 45. “I used to have dreams to have children and a family, but none of that exists anymore.” Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

Protests won’t break cycle of homelessness

January 14, 2016 9:00 PM

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