September 2002

Title

September 2002

Subject

Homelessness

Description

Pg 1:
Hundreds of Huntington Meadows Residents Face Eviction

Pg 2:
The Vine Street Festival…Oops!

Pg 3:
Eviction Continued

Pg 4:
The Triumphs of a Blind Individual

Pg 5:
Latinos in Cincinnati
National Housing Trust Fund Sign-on Letter

Pg 6:
A Personal Reflection

Pg 7:
A Personal Reflection Continued

Pg 8:
Words from the Evangelist

Pg 9:
Congressional Letter to HHS Sparks Fears of Retribution for Advocacy Activities

Pg 10:
Streetvibes Interview

Pg 11:
Over-the-Rhine Community Festival Brings Neighborhood Families Together

Pg 12:
The Peace Village Opens

Pg 13:
Community Shares Hosts 7th Annual Friends Fest

Pg 14:
Arts & Poetry

Pg 15:
Arts & Poetry Continued

Pg 16:
A Growing Gap in American Democracy
A Filmmaker Seeks Answers About Killings in Mexico

Pg 17:
Racism as History

Pg 18:
Peace Continued
Prisoners News

Pg 19:
FRAC News Digest-Short Takes on Hunger and Poverty Issues

Creator

Streetvibes Archive Project

Source

Streetvibes

Publisher

Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition

Date

September 2002

Contributor

Brendan Goodwin
Mary Taylor
John Halpin
Cheryl Ware
Andy Erickson
Jimmy Heath
Rudy A. Alacron
Brian Garry
Mike Henson
Robert Mannassa
Jerome Manigan
Martha Napier
Dr. Steve Sunderland
Greg Stover
Rodney Sutton
Dwight Turner
Sonny Williams
Andy Houston

Original Format

Newspaper

Collection

Citation

Streetvibes Archive Project , “September 2002,” Streetvibes Archive, accessed August 6, 2020, https://svarchive.omeka.net/items/show/63.

Output Formats

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