"The Tiny Homes project was going on during the Trump administration and and during and COVID and, it was really a means of people, expressing and keeping hope alive at a time when they were not feeling so much hope" - Sally
In this episode the featured voices are the Executive Director of the Youth Spirit Artworks Sally Hindman and the Social Media Manager Reginald Gentry. We wanted to host Youth Spirits Artworks on the show because they have developed both the first tiny homes village for our unhoused youth in the east bay along with using arts and journalism skills training to provide pathways for our youths to share their voices and experiences to our region. To find out more about the youth spirit artworks arts and journalism skills training programs, their tiny home village, how to volunteer and donate please go to youth spirit art works dot org To find out more about the Youth Spirit Artworks youth lead newspaper Street Spirit go to the street spirit dot org
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To find out more about other nonprofits supporting our artists in the San Francisco Bay Area, please listen to interview with Susan Mernit along with Janey Hayes at The Crucible in Episode 31 and Justin Hoover and Karim Zelenka at Project Artivism in Episode 49