The Oral History of Homelessness is an on-going collection of interviews that document homelessness in the United States. Most of the stories here are told by people who don’t have a place to live. Some are told by people who work in shelters or other safety-net organizations. Still others describe broad policy and systems efforts to end homelessness. All together they tell one story about the ways we are - and the times we fail to be - home to one another.