Author Archives: Cynthia Griffith

Cynthia Griffith

Cynthia Griffith


Cynthia Griffith is a freelance writer dedicated to social justice and environmental issues.

landlord murders child

Landlord Murders 6-Year-Old Muslim Boy in Heinous Hate Crime

Stop wage theft

Wage Theft Surges in Our Rent-Burdened Economy  

HOA fees and homelessness

Uncapped HOA Fees are Driving People into Homelessness

Misinformation about homelessness

Tackling Misinformation: Strategies Advocates Can Use to Spread the Truth About Homelessness

schools closing in London due to rampant homelessness

London Schools Closing Due to Rampant Homelessness

Chicago evictions and homelessness prevention

Chicago Evictions: From $1,000 Short on Rent to Homelessness

When given cash, New Jersey families and individuals on the brink of homelessness spend money on basic necessities like food, medication and utilities

Cash, Not Crisis: New Jersey’s Success Story in Homelessness Prevention

Young Veterans at greater risk of becoming homeless

The Link Between Disability, Housing, and Homelessness Among Post-9/11 Veterans

Indigenous Homelessness in London Ontario Canada

Unmasking London’s Indigenous Homelessness Crisis

Criminalizing homelessness hurts communities

Why Criminalizing Homelessness Makes Communities Less Safe

one in 50 people in London is homeless

One in Fifty: London’s Startling Homelessness Statistic Uncovered

cycle of homelessness

Examining the Intersection of Homelessness and Social Issues

The importance of fact-checking and identifying misinformation regarding homelessness

How to Identify Misinformation in Homelessness News

seniors are at greater risk of homelessness in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Acknowledges Record-Breaking Number of Seniors Living Below the Poverty Line

young veterans more likely to experience homelessness

Why Young Veterans Face a Mounting Risk of Homelessness

Fog over Los Angeles

Fog’s Hidden Threat: How Haze Endangers Homeless People

criminalization of homelessness

The Criminalization of Homelessness is Harmful to Police

HUD aims to keep families together with new program

From Punishment to Prevention: HUD’s Bold Move Against Family Separation