Author Archives: Cynthia Griffith

Cynthia Griffith

Cynthia Griffith


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

homeless at birth

Homeless at Birth: A Look at the Healthy Parents Healthy Babies Report

Millions Endure Homelessness every year

Millions of People Endure Homelessness Every Year

England homelessness

England’s Homelessness Hits Record High for Households Residing in Temporary Accommodations

history of homelessness

Homeless Numbers Have Barely Budged in Over a Century

Foster Care pipeline to Prison

Pathways into Homelessness: The Foster Care to Prison Pipeline

homeless deaths and criminalization

How Criminalization Is Contributing to Homeless Deaths

sanctioned encampments are no better than unsanctioned encampments

Are Municipalities Turning to Sanctioned Encampments to Get Around Martin v. Boise?

climate change and the impact on unsheltered homeless veterans

Unsheltered Homeless Veterans in California Exposed to Deadly Floods and More

Permanent Supportive Housing is the Solution to Homelessness

Why Permanent Supportive Housing Is the Answer to Homelessness

NYC Police Clearing Encampment

Audit Reveals the Dirty Truth About Homeless Encampment Cleanups

criminalizing homelessness

How to Fight the Criminalization of Homelessness

criminalization of homeless veteran and death of his service animal

What the Tragic Death of a Homeless Man’s Service Animal Says About Criminalization

crime scene of Montana Murder of Homeless Man

Montana Community Grieves After 60-Year-Old Homeless Man Is Beaten to Death on the Streets

Assisted suicide in Canada

Canada Approves Assisted Suicide for Healthy People

vehicular homelessness and car repossessions

With Car Repossessions Rising, People Enduring Vehicular Homelessness Are Riding on Fumes

surveillance systems and homeless people

Homeless People Surveilled at Statistically Higher Rates

President Biden and eviction moratorium

Will President Biden Bring Back Eviction Moratoriums?

homeless people and their pets

Pets of Homeless People Are Getting Medical Attention in Denver