From the streets of Mexico City to the TV screens of Seattle and the street papers of Europe, it’s a thumbs-up for Mi Valedor in their first year.
Austrian street paper Apropos has taken an unusual approach to improving its vendors’ health and their interaction with customers – yoga classes.
An open letter in support of Oklahoma City’s The Curbside Chronicle.
“Usually people see the homeless as the ones who need help. We thought, what if we turn that upside down?”
In 2014, American artist Willie Baronet drove from New York to Seattle buying the signs homeless people use to panhandle in what has become an ongoing art project. He spoke to INSP’s Seattle member Real Change about breaking down barriers and stereotypes with ‘We Are All Homeless’.
It is estimated that about one third of drug users in Norway are women but there has been little research focusing on how their experiences differ from men involved in the underground drug scene. Norweigan street paper Sorgenfri finds out first hand by speaking to homeless women dealing with substance abuse issues.