Showing 4 results for tag Homelessness

Simple Respect

A Eugene newspaper set out to publish obituaries for people who die while homeless. The project raises questions about transparency, privacy, and storytelling.

Magazine | April 26, 2022

Conversation Project: Housing and Belonging

Housing and homelessness is a visible and divisive issue in local media, in politics, and across different communities within our state. Many of us were experiencing housing instability and economic uncertainty even during the “boom” times before the current crisis. This conversation will explore common assumptions and perspectives about the experience of houselessness/homelessness and seek to answer the question, How do we decide who “belongs” in our community?

Housing and homelessness is a visible and divisive issue in local media, in politics, and across different communities within our state. Many of us were experiencing housing instability and economic uncertainty even during the “boom” times before the current crisis. This conversation will explore common assumptions and perspectives about the experience of houselessness/homelessness and seek to answer the question, How do we decide who “belongs” in our community?

Learn more and register for this event at cocc.edu/seasonofnonviolence.

Event | March 1, 2022

Conversation Project: Housing and Belonging

Housing and homelessness is a visible and divisive issue in local media, in politics, and across different communities within our state. Many of us were experiencing housing instability and economic uncertainty even during the “boom” times before the current crisis. This conversation will explore common assumptions and perspectives about the experience of houselessness/homelessness and seek to answer the question, How do we decide who “belongs” in our community?

Learn more and register for this event at cocc.edu/seasonofnonviolence.

Event | March 2, 2022

Beyond Capacity

Paul Susi writes about racism, the pandemic, and rage at a severe-weather homeless shelter.

Magazine | August 19, 2021