Men

Roger Wade has been homeless for over 15 years and is now a PATH participant. Based on his experiences of being homeless in America, he shares his reflections on the major stumbling blocks experienced by single men experiencing homelessness. He offers some simple steps that providers can take to...
Men for Sale follows eleven sex-trade workers over the course of a year, recounting their struggles to survive alcohol and drug-related addictions, abuse and stigmatization – and, their troubled pasts. Trapped in a vicious circle of prostitution and drug, they pursue their hardscrabble lives,...
Once arrested 4 tackling a statue of a cow, Andrew first ran away from foster care at age 14. Andrew was murdered while living on the streets.
Murray Siple's feature-length documentary follows a group of homeless men who have combined bottle picking with the extreme sport of racing shopping carts down the steep hills of North Vancouver. This subculture depicts street life as much more than the stereotypes portrayed in mainstream media....
This documentary follows Jimmy Quinlan, one of some 5000 men and women who have abandoned their jobs and families to live in the streets and alleys in Montreal. This film, a powerful portrayal of life on skid row, tells of Jimmy's "agonies," especially his attempt to get off the bottle. It's...
Harold is one of over 12,000 individuals living in our nation’s capital without a home. I met him in Lafayette Square, a park located directly across the street from Obama’s government subsidized cushy home, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. When Harold was released from prison, he moved in with his...

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