By Diana Cervantes
Tent City inhabitants have relocated time and time again throughout their battle with the city of Albuquerque for the right to to call someplace home. With each eviction notice, residents learned to adapt and create new homes wherever they went. This photo essay focuses specifically on the residents’ previous location near Interstate 40 and Lomas Boulevard. The small desert plateau offered little shelter from the immense heat, but the tent city residents offered no complaints. These snapshots represent a day in the life of Tent City. The future of Albuquerque’s Tent Cities has yet to be determined.