More than 50,000 strangers are expected in Cleveland over the next couple of days. The city’s homeless will work with law enforcement to protect us during the Republican National Convention.
They call him “Ice.” He’s landscaping around a building off St. Clair. Why?
“Trying to get ready for the RN convention thing. They’re having so everybody did their part and have respect for Cleveland, get a good eye,” Ice, a shelter resident, said.
Ice is one of 350 men who call The Men’s Shelter at 2100 Lakeside their home. The city’s homeless are well aware of the RNC and the protesters who will be here too.
“We’ve already had some incidents of out-of-towners going to the encampments, and trying to live among the homeless population,” said Brian Davis, executive director of Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless.
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