Tuesday morning would prove to be an eyeful, with regards to the illegal dumping. The trash strewn about the city is deplorable, and the blame is a shared one. Though some of the garbage we see in the streets is easily attributed to our homeless population, but it’s only a tiny portion. The bulk of the trash in our streets, based on our observation over the user 3 years, is the result of illegal dumping and an unthinkable lack of pride in our city and it’s appearance. We can and must do better. We encourage our friends to stay as clean and low key as possible, but ultimately it’s a choice. By doing their part, it would highlight the real culprits, and vice versa. Other than that, we didn’t see a lot of familiar faces, as we believe they have found some emergency housing. However, we have met new people, and it’s becoming a common occurrence. Anyway, we will be out Saturday to serve sack lunches and assess the situation to see how we can help. So see y’all in the streets of Vallejo this Saturday!
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The MLK Humanity Project is an inclusive community organization devoted to the well being and empowerment of our homeless and less fortunate residents.