New Zealand’s Prime Minister: Homelessness proves capitalism is a “blatant failure”

In her first interview since the October 19th election, New Zealand’s 37-year-old Prime Minister-elect Jacinda Ardern states unequivocally that capitalism is a “blatant failure” when it comes to housing the poor. It’s refreshing and perhaps even hopeful to read that a world leader understands and courageously speaks publicly about the systemic roots of homelessness, a point reflected in item 12 of Chico Friends on the Street’s Core Beliefs.

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