“I think it’s really good for people who have resources, both cash assets and social network – particularly social network – to understand that for a lot of people there isn’t that resource. Like, there isn’t even a social network, to trust that the information you are receiving about a bus, or whatever, is accurate or that if you reveal that you are vulnerable that you won’t get hurt.” – Aiden, Spokane
This week we’re featuring local individuals from the upcoming documentary “A Walk Through Poverty” created by Rogue Heart Media, Inc. in partnership with Spokane’s SNAP and John J. Hemmingson Philanthropy. You’re invited to the premiere public screening this Saturday at Gonzaga. See event details here.