Homese, the language of homes, has as one of its core beliefs that, without excuse, every human being deserves a home.

(NOTE: See our Homes Against Homelessness page for further insights on argumentation that, without excuse, every human being deserves a home.)

Location: Hartford, CT, USA
Members: 11
Latest Activity: Jan 21, 2017

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Comment by Vincent Wright on January 21, 2017 at 9:01pm

The very last thing you ever want to be credited with is having built a joyless home. #JoyInYourHome

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 3, 2014 at 5:36pm

Why not seek more innovative places to house the homeless?  I'm aware of that particular type of mind which will state: "If we provide TOO well for the homeless, it may incentivize some in the lower classes to become even less independent." But, to me, that's like having two standards of clean food: A.) food clean enough for the rich and B.) food clean enough for the homeless...

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Comment by Vincent Wright on January 22, 2013 at 11:46am

Thanks, Donn...

Comment by Donn Kizzee on January 22, 2013 at 11:20am

Vincent suggested i post this so here it is

From Donn Kizzee to Vincent Wright
Sent Oct 4, 2012

I walk in shadows searching for light,cold and alone no comfort insight Hoping and praying for someone who cares always moving but going no where. The above lines are from the Motown classic What Becomes of the Brokenhearted. A song I recently had the pleasure of singing on, they also describe the plight of the thousands of homeless in our city.The song will appear on the soundtrack of our upcoming drama series "Chameleon". If you would like to be a part of our campaign to affect homelessness in Houston then abroad. Let me no i'll tell you how

Comment by Yvette Dubel on October 1, 2010 at 10:29am
Thanks for making me aware of this group, Vincent. I got involved in the issue of homelessness when I was about 17 after the first shelter opened in the county where I grew up. Purchasing goods (toilet paper, food, cleaning supplies...) to donate gave me a great feeling to combat the shock of realizing that we in fact had homeless people in our community. I have continued to find ways to support homeless shelters and advocacy groups - so thank you for this chance. One of the inspirations for my Cultural Fusion Art as Philosophy movement is using art to address these kinds of issue. Furthermore, to do so by engaging the homeless and previously homeless in being part of the solution rather than seeing them as a problem. One of the goals of my work is finding ways to support self sustaining community programs to assist those in need. I have developed a unique Event Marketing opportunity (with innovative Sponsorship Opportunities) for those that are looking for a meaningful event with meaningful outcomes. Our traveling event includes several types of community events including those to create art with and raise funds for homeless transition and advocacy programs. I see this a personal development and I have mixed this with professional development to create a really exciting- buzz worthy event marketing concept.

Last year I was invited to join another group Art4TheHomeless - developed and consisting of artist of all types. Johnna Crider, the founder, featured some of my art in the 2nd Anniversary edition of the groups Webszine

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