Trying to Take the Fear Out of Fort Washington

USA Today | November 30, 1993

By Kim Painter

Back when more than 1,000 men slept at the Fort Washington Armory each night, the first thing that struck visitors was “the din, the cacophony, the terrible, frightening noise.” says homeless advocate Steve Norman.

On those nights, one could stand on a balcony overlooking the old drill room – a space that could accommodate a football field, goal posts and all – and see endless row upon row of numbered, narrow cots…

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