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Poverty, Homelessness, and LGBTQ+ By Beth Mies Poverty and homelessness can impact anyone, but the sad truth is that they disproportionately impact those who are already vulnerable in some way: survivors of abuse and coercion, people with disabilities, the mentally...read more
The holidays. Just the mention of the word causes stress. I have to get the cookies done for the party. I have to put the turkey in the deep fryer * who wouldn’t? mmmm deep fried bird*. AND I have to get a gift for Uncle Jessie. On top of EVERYTHING else I have work...read more
I pull my coat hard to protect myself from the biting cold. I find myself paying more attention to the icy streets and the car that nearly runs me over and I have a decidedly “Hey I’m WALKING here” moment. I look up. There is a man on the corner. He stands with a...read more
I have a great privilege being able to finally go back to school. I am studying to be a Medical Assistant. As is my nature as a very talkative, inquisitive person I came to find out that one of my fellow students who is going to school to be a L.M.T *licensed massage...read more
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