Homeless in cities across the U.S. are reaching epidemic levels and there's not solution in sight. Photo credit: Clay Leconey on Unsplash

Eviction numbers in the U.S. are skyrocketing

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Evictions are skyrocketing across the U.S. after the federal government ended the eviction moratorium.

Homelessness is at epidemic levels in some parts of the U.S. as Americans work to find their footing in the new economic landscape. Plus, the rent is too damn high as investment firms are buying up properties, making it difficult for single family and individual purchase. That said, both renter and homeowner are struggling, and the consequences of displaced people are high. We talk about it with Dame Crawford.

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