November 4-November 17, 2016

Title

November 4-November 17, 2016

Subject

Homelessness

Description

Pg 1:
Cover Page

Pg 2:
From the Director

Pg 3:
Buddy Gray 20-Year Remembrance Story Collection
Buddy Had a Most Unusual Ability to Keep Himself Focused

Pg 4:
Institutional Religion Couldn’t Contain Buddy’s Spirit
We All Need to Be Working Together

Pg 5:
Someone Felt That I Was Important Enough to Remember My Name
We Are Part of a Movement Freedom Train

Pg 6:
Buddy’s “Schooling” of Me in the Matters of Right and Wrong Forever Changed My Worldview
What Did Buddy Know About These People That I Did Not

Pg 7:
He Knew We Could Be A Stronger Force If We United to Push for Change
The Most Important Thing to Me Is That Buddy Never Left

Pg 8:
Photos and Poems of Buddy Gray

Pg 9:
Photos and Poems of Buddy Gray Continued

Pg 10:
Hutzel, Summers and Sohngen Continued

Pg 11:
It Is A Powerful Experience to be Awakened and Feel That You Belong

Pg 12:
What Happens in These Low-Income Communities Have A Relationship with What is Happening in the World

Pg 13:
Street Voice

Pg 14:
Puzzles

Pg 15:
Resources

Creator

Streetvibes Archive Project

Source

Streetvibes

Publisher

Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition

Date

November 4-November 17, 2016

Contributor

Josh Spring
Dick Crowley
Lynn Williams
Tess Sohngen
Alice Skirtz
Pat Clifford
Barbara Poppe
Bill Faith
David Mann
Andy Hutzel
Jenn Summers
Mary Burke Rivers
Mike Wilkey
Tom Dutton
Steve Elliott
Donald H. Whitehead
Jr., Bonnie Neumeier
Malia Pitts
buddy gray
Brewster Rhoads
The People's Movement
Collen Kelley
Bill Woods

Original Format

Newspaper

Collection

Citation

Streetvibes Archive Project , “November 4-November 17, 2016,” Streetvibes Archive, accessed October 31, 2020, https://svarchive.omeka.net/items/show/210.

Output Formats

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