Everyone is worthy of dignity and respect, regardless of housing status.
Laws that criminalize homelessness or create barriers for those living on the street are dangerous and discriminatory. Through grassroots movement building, we are able to leverage direct action to fight back against these practices.
Organize With Us
Education & Leadership Development
Join us for our regular political education in our meetings, or as we organize and learn with folks living in our City’s shelters and encampments.
We believe that power must be built from the ground up. We organize our community so we can build power in political and economic arenas.
HON participates in community discussions and events that raise awareness to the needs of our communities.
- The poor need homes, not handcuffs, Rachel Kutler, Baltimore Sun Op-ed
- Camp 83, A Year Later: , Matthew Quinlan, Baltimore Sun Op-ed
- Panhandling ban bill sent back to committee, Fern Shen, Baltimore Brew