For those who have nothing in Seattle now and NYC in the 70s

Tim Harris, founder and executive director of Real Change wrote: The Boston years were about getting my butt kicked and organizing without a roadmap.” By the time Harris left for Seattle in 1994, he understood that homeless people couldn’t win without allies, and that street newspapers could bring people together. and … How does one …

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Apesma’s Lament: The Seattle Crime of Standing While Black

Tim Harris writes in his blog, Apesma’s Lament: Donald is one of those people who, not to put too fine a point on it, was f***ed from birth. Raised Black, male, and poor in the projects of New York, he took his best shot at success by joining the Army just in time for the …

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Real Change in Seattle: Changes Them…Changes You

Real Change exists to create opportunity and a voice for low-income people while taking action to end homelessness and poverty. Real Change’s groundbreaking advocacy and organizing work is building a cross-class movement of homeless people and their allies that can deliver real wins for those who need change the most. The Real Change Homeless Empowerment …

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