By David B. - Seattle WA
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Beneath the surface of our wealthy, middle-class society, people live in poverty, isolation, and despair. Some heroic individuals in this underground world choose to serve their fellow humans, fashioning of their own pain and trauma a way to live, and a message of hope. We talk to people who live and work in homeless camps, on the street, and at the edges of society to hear their stories and understand their ideas.
||ExplicitShared Struggle – Hattie Rhodes||Hattie used to look down on homeless people. But then she lost her housing, lived in tent camps, met a wide variety of people, and changed her views. She now believes that tiny-house villages are essential to help people overcome the trauma of becoming||7/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFaith – Eric Davis||Eric Davis is a co-founder and the Resident Manager of Camp Second Chance, an independent authorized homeless encampment in south Seattle. He shares with us reflections about how the camp works, about the people who live there, and how his personal fait||7/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitCommunity – Andrew Constantino||Tiny-House Villages help homeless people regain autonomy, confidence, and relationships by providing kindness, connection, and emotional support. Andrew Constantino tells us that the value of the villages is not in how many people they move into permane||7/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|