Carra Wall is conscious of the looks she gets when she uses her EBT card at the nearby Winn-Dixie. When she walks in the door with her five small children, she embodies every stereotype of a food stamp recipient.
The Pulsera Project is aiming to unite Nicaraguan youth to college students across the country. The non-profit organization promotes unity through manufacturing and selling colorful “pulsera” bracelets.
By Alexa Epitropoulos | email@example.com
Upon first glance, the St. Francis House, a light green, two-story townhouse bursting at the seams with color, appears more like a bed and breakfast than a refuge for the homeless. The differences aren’t only skin deep.
Director Renee Morris, like the St. Francis House, proves that appearances can be deceiving. A petite, well-dressed woman with an assertive, to-the-point demeanor, Morris can be intimidating to a stranger. Closer examination reveals an individual with a profound passion for helping others.