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What 'Home' Means To The Homeless

What 'Home' Means To The Homeless

Aug 25, 2014-- Willie Baronet took a 30-day cross-country road trip from Seattle to New York, buying homeless signs and exploring the meaning of "home." What began as a way to deal with the discomfort he felt when seeing the homeless has now morphed into an art campaign called "We Are All Homeless" which seeks to create a more conscious and compassionate society. Willie shares: "These signs -- and this practice -- have become a catalyst for conversations about the nature of home, homelessness, compassion, and how we see and treat each other as humans." (20552 reads)


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