Jobless Turn to “Tent City” in New Jersey For Refuge


Description: It’s something you see too often in developing countries. But this tent encampment is in Ocean Country, New Jersey — an hour’s drive from Manhattan. They call it Tent City. Pastor Steven Brigham founded it when he realized homeless people in his area have no other options. (2:32)

Source: Reuters

One thought on “Jobless Turn to “Tent City” in New Jersey For Refuge

  1. Been there, done that. I was homeless and sleeping in a park for close to four years back in the ’90’s.

    Not a good place to be, but at least the winters here aren’t as brutal as they are back East.

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