“(Brown) assumes that for doing that, that they have done enough to address the issue of homelessness and the housing crisis,” Muñoz said. “My concern is that they’re very performative.”
Muñoz noted that he and other advocates showed up last summer when Providence officials were attempting to oust about 15 people living in tents on a vacant lot in the West End. And he said he and officials such as Representative Leonela Felix helped with rent relief clinics.
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“My point is that my opponent, who slept in a tent, was not there,” he said. “And so who is really willing to risk it all for Rhode
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