Homeless Informative Speech

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1. I believe many people are homeless today because our government spends billions and trillions of dollars on weapons, and many other useless materials. when we should be focusing on how to help first and foremost the people then the government. because not only are we in a 19 TRILLION DOLLAR DEBT!!!! but there our people like veterans who have dedicated they're life to us and who we value as heroes when they have that uniform on. But when they are retired and homeless we become hypocrites who boast to them "BUMS". furthermore i truly believe that our people is more important then the government, the reason why is because the people are the ones who work that transfers to business growing..etc so the more jobs the more business and the more …show more content…
people were homeless during the 1930( aka the industrialized revolution)because of the aftermath of the 1929 Great Depression a decade long economic crises which left over 2 million of people, and investors homeless until 1939

3. I think teenagers would have different reasons because they are born without an explanation why they're homeless, but an adult is homeless because they messed up they're early teenager life career paths

4 Today we have homeless shelters..etc for homeless who are given food,shelter, and a lifestyle that just enough for them to get by. and they're are charities that help these people as well. but what we need for homeless people is the opportunity for them to see not just a government like donation but a more human way to help them get back the confidence to reach their dreams.

5 In the past homeless teenagers had no resources for help, basically if your homeless your screwed. but today you have resources to find a way to get a job or if your not old enough you can be given to a foster home. so today just because you are homeless doesn't mean you can become a millionaire or a billionaire.

6 the difference between a "hobo" and a " tramp" is a hobo is a migratory worker or homeless vagabond- especially one who is penniless. The term originated in the Western-probably NorthWestern-United States around 1890. Unlike "tramps" who work only when they are forced to, and "bums", who do not work at all, "hobos" are traveling

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