Homeless In Vancouver --- Anne Campbell

Homeless In Vancouver

Anne Campbell
Anne Campbell
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While living in Vancouver in 2009, I met Anne Campbell, who had been homeless and living outdoors for all but 3 of the past 15 years. She agreed to share her story. I have kept in touch with Anne over the years, visiting her on subsequent trips to Vancouver. In 2010 Anne got an apartment in social housing and we helped her move in.

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talking stick

First Nations people of the Pacific Northwest created the talking stick as both a symbol of a leader's authority and as an instrument of democracy, passing around a carved staff in a group to ensure that each person holding the staff had their chance to be heard.

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