Our Homeless Crisis: A Community Epidemic | May 8

540WMain Learning Academy continues it’s provocative & engaging Conversations In The Community Room

Our Homeless Crisis: A Community Epidemic

Tuesday May 8 // 7-9 PM

Homelessness in Rochester is not their problem. It’s our problem and the only way we can remedy the issue is to have honest conversations about our city’s homeless population inside and outside the Rochester City School District.
Do you know the statistics? What actions can we collectively and individually take to end this community epidemic. Let’s talk about it!

—> Workshop fee: $10/per person // advanced rsvp online, pay at the door.
—> 50% of proceeds will support House of Mercy
—-> Bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to House of Mercy
—> **asl interpreting upon request at least 5 days prior to the event date
—>Will feature special guest facilitators to be announced soon.
—> Source reading: https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2015/07/22/putnam-photographer-shows-human-side-homelessness/30530691/

For more information on other events at 540WMain, visit: www.540westmain.org

All classes require cancellation at least 48 hours before the date of the class or event. If not then course fee is non-refundable and cannot be applied to a future class or event.

Late Policy
Seat will be held 30 minutes after start of class.

Published by Calvin Eaton

(he/his/him) Calvin Eaton is a disabled community educator, content creator, and social entrepreneur, whose area of expertise includes antiracism, equity, justice, instructional design, and program development. In 2016 Mr. Eaton founded 540WMain, Inc. a non-profit online and community-based organization for accessible education and events that promote justice for all.

One thought on “Our Homeless Crisis: A Community Epidemic | May 8

  1. Who are you getting to facilitate this workshop? What experts or panelists or individuals are sharing statistics and discussing the details of this? Where are they getting statistics? Is this person involved in homeless services network or attends subcommittee meetings or advocacy meetings? I’m very curious how this is being delivered and charged for.


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