They are different.
We look at them with superiority, contempt, disdain.
We even prefer not to see them.
Because they strike us with shame, pity or guilt.
Among them there are unemployed, or homeless people, people with diplomas and titles, abandoned loners, people without education, without health, without relatives, people without protection.
We leave them in the gray area of no-man's land, in the backyard of Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
We treat them as if they are invisible — conveniently inconspicuous in the smug reel of our commercial times.
They aren’t outlaws — the law is out of them.
Come see the marginal people.