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Matthew Desmond
“Often, evicted families also lose the opportunity to benefit from public housing because Housing Authorities count evictions and unpaid debt as strikes when reviewing applications. And so people who have the greatest need for housing assistance—the rent-burdened and evicted—are systematically denied it.”
Matthew Desmond, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

Matthew Desmond
“The year the police called Sherrena, Wisconsin saw more than one victim per week murdered by a current or former romantic partner or relative. 10 After the numbers were released, Milwaukee’s chief of police appeared on the local news and puzzled over the fact that many victims had never contacted the police for help. A nightly news reporter summed up the chief’s views: “He believes that if police were contacted more often, that victims would have the tools to prevent fatal situations from occurring in the future.” What the chief failed to realize, or failed to reveal, was that his department’s own rules presented battered women with a devil’s bargain: keep quiet and face abuse or call the police and face eviction.”
Matthew Desmond, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

Matthew Desmond
“If poverty persists in America, it is not for lack of resources.”
Matthew Desmond, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

Joseph Fink
“Fear is a reasonable response to life.”
Joseph Fink, Welcome to Night Vale

Joseph Fink
“Troy and I loved each other. We called it 'unconditional love', which was true. Once conditions arose, the love dissipated.”
Joseph Fink, Welcome to Night Vale

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