Faces & Voices
In America, rarely do we choose to speak to a homeless man, woman or youth to get to know them; instead, we may make up a story in our own minds as we drive or walk by, or cross the street to avoid contact. How, then, can we understand that a homeless person is a sister or brother, mother or father; a human being like anyone else deserving of human dignity and respect? The Faces and Voices exhibit is designed to do just that, give insight and create empathy for our homeless neighbors. Through photographs, audio interviews and printed transcripts, you can know their life stories as told in their own words.
GVPJ is honored to be the Production Management for The Faces and Voices Exhibit. We are proud to partner with Stevan Maxwell, the Photographer of the exhibit and his son Robin Maxwell who records and prepares the interviews for each showing. If you are interested in hosting the exhibit, please contact Sherry Cole at 970.985.4253 or email@example.com To find out the many other ways you can support this project, contact Julie Mamo at 970.243.0136 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click the attached live link to see and hear some of the life stories currently in the exhibit or to make a donation towards this project.
Faces and Voices Exhibit is currently on display at:
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Hear interviews, view photos and learn more about the project at: www.facesandvoices.org