A Kansas City homeless experiment comes to a conclusion today and very few news outlets share the real story of this horrific social justice debacle.

Let's review . . . 

There was a rape reported at a homeless motel and local news didn't cover the threat.

Later, in a different circumstance, a woman was reported dead inside one of the freebie motel rooms.

Overall, Northland crime spiked because of the homeless hotel project.

It gets worse . . .

There's an ongoing issue of payment and many volunteers looking for work demanded salaries for their efforts.

Nevertheless . . . 


Free rooms, food, treatment and training might be one of the most generous set of gifts KCMO has ever bestowed upon any activist group.

Sadly, MILLIONS of dollars spent have not helped to reduce the ranks of the homeless that will be bolstered by upcoming evictions at the conclusion of the CDC moratorium.

Check the links . . .

Kansas City's hotel initiative to help homeless people ends Thursday

Kansas City's hotel initiative to help the homeless is set to expire Thursday. The city said everyone in the program will have to move out at that time."I wasn't out in a park somewhere worried about my life and my health," said Cindy Peterson, who is homeless.

'We are the solution to the problem': KC Tenants proposes $30M fund for housing trust fund

A donation to The Beacon goes beyond the newsroom. We amplify community voices, share resources and investigate systems, not just symptoms. The Beacon in your inbox. In-depth reporting delivered every Tuesday and Thursday morning. In June 2019, the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council unanimously approved an ordinance establishing a Five-Year Housing Plan for Kansas City.

Manheim tenants unionize, demand landlord Matt McGee stop neglecting their homes

Call us modern, but isn't it weird to think that landlords can still make cash grabs while simultaneously refusing to meet the minimum when it comes to housing upkeep? Yesterday, 53 tenants living in properties owned and managed by Matthew McGee and Alex Schifman-landlords in Manheim and other neighborhoods east of Troost Ave.-revealed a list of demands regarding the improvement of their living conditions.

Kansas City Houseless Hotel program ends

Kansas City, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Houseless Hotel Project ends Thursday and hundreds are forced to find shelter elsewhere. The 90-day program offered free rooms at 12 hotels around the city. As of Wednesday, 270 people occupied rooms. At the height of the 90 days, 400 people found shelter with the program.

Developing . . .