Race and Homelessness – Deconstructing Systemic Racism
Fifty years after his death on April 4, 1968, Dr. King’s legacy lives on but the road ahead is still long. To examine systemic racism in America we must take…Read More
Annual Friends & Neighbors Breakfast – Photos & Student Poems
Click here to see more photos from the Breakfast Student Poems Students from Horace Mann Elementary School wrote poems about the topic of homelessness and recited them at this year’s…Read More
Month: May 2018
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