I have noticed a trend in certain cities where the news announcers and/or newspapers will say that a crime was committed, and then emphasize the fact that the perpetrator was "homeless". If they did that to people who live indoors, and announced the fact that they are "living indoors" every time a housed person committed a crime, I'd be willing to bet that there are 500 crimes committed by a housed person, for every crime committed by a homeless person. If you look at that on a "per-capita basis", that would make homeless people actually mathematically less likely to commit a crime than a housed person. Yet the media continues to demonize and target the homeless. Maybe every time one of us sees that on tv or in the papers, we could call or write to that station or news paper and explain to them that we don't approve of their type of unjust demonization and scapegoating of the less fortunate.