“My ultimate goal is to create a space where artists and creators feel comfortable displaying their work and meeting other cool people in the Valley.” Continue reading Faces of Change: Clientele
My ability to serve should never be determined by my gender identity. America is a place where anyone desiring to serve their country can do so and is encouraged to. When did that change?
Writers Note: I met Jasmyn King years ago through her work at Later Gator restaurant in Wheeling – I immediately admired her spirit and energy. Jasmyn’s story is nothing short of inspiring. She has worked hard to overcome many challenges all without losing her optimism and sense of humor. She is known at Later Gator … Continue reading Jasmyn King: Poverty in Perspective
“I feel that most people believe if you work hard you won’t be poor, but that’s just not the case. When you are born into a certain class, it is very difficult to advance to the next class, especially if you don’t have the proper tools or education.” Continue reading Faces of Change: Stacy Nixon – Second Chance Technology.
People think persons in poverty are all drug addicts but that’s not always true. Oftentimes people can’t get a job because they don’t have an address or look presentable. Continue reading Misty S. Poverty in Perspective
I spoke with Austin about his experience using public assistance and what he would like to see in his future. Here are his thoughts. What do you believe would help people in poverty overcome economic challenges? “People in Poverty need more resources, especially people like myself with high functioning autism. I want to unlock my … Continue reading Austin A. Poverty in Perspective.