Jeremy Reynalds

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Jeremy Reynalds "was born in England, emigrated to the United States in 1978 ... became an American citizen in 1988 ... Jeremy founded and directed a small homeless shelter in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1982 through 1986, resigned that and started 'Joy Junction', now New Mexico's largest emergency homeless shelter, in Albuquerque in August ( ...

"A freelance writer, he has published two books: Homeless in America (Huntington House, 1994) and The Walking Wounded (Huntington House, 1996). He also contributed to another book in 1999 that dealt with how the media portrays the homeless.

"Jeremy holds a BUS undergraduate degree with a concentration in Journalism and an M.A. in Communication from the University of New Mexico. He is presently pursuing a Ph.D. in intercultural education at Biola University in Los Angeles, CA. ... [He fills] in for vacationing radio talk show hosts in the area."

Jeremy Reynalds writes for Talon News and is an active contributor to

"After a 4-month stint as a weekly columnist for, Jeremy joined America's Voices in May 2001, as a feature commentator (My View) and Director/Trustee." [1]