America's Forgotten Homeless People
17.75 in HIGH x 24 in WIDE
(45.08 cm HIGH x 60.96 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Ed Gould" printed vertically in brown up the bottom right edge. Recycling, Allied Printing (#147, Northern California) and Inkworks logos printed in black ink at the bottom right corner.

Poster shows a chart with the "Number Of Units" up the left edge (up to 40,000) and the years 1976-2005 plotted along the bottom. Within the chart, plotting the measurements, are houses stacked on top of each other, being higher at the left and progreessively lower towards the right. The right side shows green areas with people camping by a river with the grim reaper walking towards them and farms at the top. Farms have signs that read "7.8 Million People In Rural Areas Live In Poverty - Nearly 15% Of Total Population", "Homelessness In Rural Ohio Increased 300% From 1985 To 1990" and "From 1996-2005, A Yearly Average Of 1702 Units Were Built - Under 6% of Units Built between 1976-1985". In brown across the top of the poster in the white background is "America''s Forgotten Homeless People /The Federal Government''s End Of Support For Rural Affordable Housing 1976-2005". WRAP logo in brown at the bottom right corner.
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