The Voice of the Non Generation

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We started started this blog site to promote a discussion of the Non Generation Movement (NGM) and the filing of legal complaints as a method to achieve the desired objective of waging the homeless:

Many Americans are denied the basic human rights of adequate food, clothing, and shelter. A complaint has been filed by NGM with the Human Rights Commission on the grounds of disenfranchisement and a lack of human rights and work-place safety:

The United States Government is not protecting the rights of its homeless populations with regard to political rights; that they are effectively disenfranchised. This is in breach of article 21.

The homeless populations of The United States are deprived of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for dignity. This is in breach of article 22.

The homeless populations of the United States are also deprived of the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of themselves and of their families, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control. This is in breach of article 25.

The United States has an agreed responsibility to report on its compliance with its treaty obligations to the United Nations.

The Non Generation Movement (NGM) is an activist group formed in 1989 as the Concord Coalition of the Homeless. NGM is a division of Alphar Publishing and an affiliate of the Democratic Socialists of America and the National Coalition for the Homeless.

We produce a range of (free) resources which combine fiction and factual journalism to motivate political responses from our targeted audiences. We currently have two new eBooks available, Hillary H+ vs. Non Generation, and Disenfranchisement by Dr. Chris Tingle available on Amazon or at

NGM is a single issue movement and demands an immediate living wage for those of the poor who diagnose as productive artists, writers, musicians, or homemakers – or who present as mentally ill.

There is an urgent need to promote massive change in the social welfare and justice system whereby the students, homemakers, the poor, and the homeless are offered a living wage.

The current state of rabid social injustice is due to the invasion of the globe by multi-national corporations with their programed obsolescence and automation, along with their new corporate culture whereby the entitled are hired within these corporations, leaving the rest to work increasingly long hours for ever diminishing rewards in menial jobs, if they can find jobs at all.

The desire of the Non Generation Movement is to promote strategies and tactics by which we homeless can get to earn an adequate living wage.


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