Street Roots vendors are a proud and determined bunch. They laugh, cry, dream and struggle like anyone. Vendors come to the newspaper from many different experiences and circumstances. Some will move on quickly and find work. Others work to gain stability, and strive to find some humility in the world. The sad reality is some will not make it until winter— caught in the fight of their lives, literally. But they keep going. Every day. Working and building relationships in the community. We are a family bound together by the newspaper.
We ask some of your neighborhood vendors today the top three things that mattered to them on the streets.
Here is their response...
Posted by Israel Bayer