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Jordan is only 19 years-old and lives in a tent city in Sacramento, California. He says the only problems he has is being cold, and not being used to homelessness. Of course, there is also the eviction notice Sacramento Police left for the tent community the day I was visiting.

The good news is, Jordan is going to college. You can tell by his smile he has a bright future.

Jordan was lucky that he found Safe Ground. He feels like he has a home again. Sure wish the City of Sacramento would let them all keep their “homes”.

Interesting, Jordan’s second wish was to just understand why the police keep evicting the tent city and force them to move. I’d like to understand that too.

If you know any politicians in Sacramento please send them this video and Robert’s video. I really would like to hear from their side as to why these tent cities keep being forced to move.

Special thanks to Safe Ground

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