As officials of the Camden tent city closed it last may, she promised 54 homeless residents that there was no evacuation, but the first step to a better life. Now less than 6 months later, many of them are once again homeless and some have a new tent city camps close to the original Web site created.
In April, when the Camden tent city was still intact, members of the media to mobilize project TV & poor visited voices United the Commons. In the tent city, they took over an interview with James Luddy he was homeless and life.
This story radio justice radio (LJR) was originally to work. Tune in, to LJR every Monday 7-8 pm and Tuesday 1-2 pm on WPEB 88.1FM in West Philadelphia.The original Camden tent city in April 2010, a few weeks before it was shut down. Photo: Evans/AP