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* [http://www.alternet.org/i-went-undercover-homeless-shelter-you-wouldnt-believe-shocking-abuses-i-found-there I Went Undercover at a Homeless Shelter -- You Wouldn't Believe the Shocking Abuses I Found There]
 
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: Renee Miller was sexually propositioned by a staff member immediately upon arrival, and that was just the beginning.
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: Renee Miller was sexually propositioned by a staff member immediately upon arrival at a publicly-funded homeless shelter in Tallahassee, Florida, and that was just the beginning.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:55, 28 February 2013

A “bunch of nice kids” drop by R2D2 to make a donation.
September 11, 2011: Future home of Right 2 Dream Too (R2D2) still just a vacant lot on SW 4th Avenue & West Burnside Street.
Former empty lot transformed into a self-managed community for people without permanent shelter.
R2D2 residents (couple on right) talk with bystander.

Right 2 Survive has set up a rest area for the homeless Right 2 Dream Too (R2D2) at the corner of NW 4th Avenue and West Burnside Street on the vacant lot next to the Chinatown gate. The site officially opened on Monday, October 10th, 2011, on National Homeless Day.[1][2] The organizers are extending an open invitation to the community to come down and celebrate National Homeless Day at their new camp.[3]

On January 11, 2012 Street Roots reported[4] that Right 2 Dream Too was denied a waiver from the city for its rest area for the homeless and now owes the city $641 for code violations.[5][6]

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Local News
Developer's plan for old hotel could force action as homeless group sues to block fines
“I woke up with this idea for modular housing, constructed by the people who lived in it that would work for people who had inadequate housing.”
Other News
Renee Miller was sexually propositioned by a staff member immediately upon arrival at a publicly-funded homeless shelter in Tallahassee, Florida, and that was just the beginning.

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