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According to multiple reports, over half a million people are experiencing homelessness in the United States – many of them veterans.

A newly-released documentary by filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch tackles the homeless crisis in America head-on. The film, titled, “United States of Tents,” addresses a growing problem in America that politicians seem to have no answer for, and shows you ordinary Americans who are stepping up to make a difference instead.

“United States of Tents,” will have you sitting on the edge of your seat, and inspire you with fresh ideas and solutions like nothing you’ve ever seen before. DVDs are now available for purchase, either individually or in bulk.

PLEASE WATCH the video clip below, as DML gives an exclusive behind-the-scenes summary of how he filmed this latest documentary, who helped him, and why it was not picked up by Netflix.  Additionally, the video includes scenes from the first 10 minutes of this powerful, moving documentary.

“United States of Tents” is now available on DVD for purchase, and bundle offers are available. Whether you order just one DVD or multiple at a discount, we STRONGLY ENCOURAGE you to share the DVDs with others. People NEED TO SEE THE TRUTH about the epidemic that is bound to get worse before it gets better.

All DVD orders will be shipped ground service. Shipping is free on all orders.

Please chose the quantity of DVDs you wish to order, then click the yellow button below and check out securely with PayPal. If you have any questions about your order, please contact [email protected]

To order just one, click the drop down and select “1” at the bottom.

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REVIEW: I thought I was well informed on the homeless crisis affecting America. I’ve personally seen homeless individuals on the streets, I’ve seen many report on homeless camps, the shopping carts, tents and cardboard shelters on the sidewalks, people sleeping in places and conditions no human should have to endure.  But then, I had the privilege to preview this film, “United States of Tents,” and it hit me straight between the eyes. I realized I not only did not know the half of the suffering… but I didn’t know the half of what can be done to help!  This film is an absolute MUST-SEE!  (Anneta, DMLNews Editor.)