More than 2.5 billion people around the world do not have access to toilets, the United Nations said Friday, mainly highlighting it as a problem for developing countries. But for many homeless Americans, finding a clean restroom can also be a challenge.
“This, for me, is one of the most drastic and sad examples of the loss of dignity: allowing (people) to practice open defecation,” U.N. deputy secretary general Jan Eliasson told the Guardian in comments that come as the U.N. prepares a new set of international development goals.
In the U.S., homeless-rights advocates say that in most cities it is difficult to…
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