Tag Archives: Historical Thinking

This photo of Carla, Ron and their children was part of the traveling exhibit Homelessness Is My Address, Not My Name organized by Margaret Miles. Courtesy of the Oral History of Homelessness Project.

Oral Histories of Homelessness

As I walk past Union Station in Washington, DC, just as when I used to walk towards Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago, homeless people talk to me, ask me questions, wish me a good Tuesday, and bless me whether I help them or not, whether I look at them or not.