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"Am I the the face of Homelessness?"(video)
KING TV story of girls and their friend with AIDS. (video)
Our blog highlights people contributing to those challenged in society.
Floyyd, Homeless with AIDS (video)
Click to read an excerpt from "Trust Kids."
Standing with kids...
Letting Kids Be Kids
Presenting 80 cots to a homeless shelter
"If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together."
An aboriginal Australian woman
At Let Kids Be Kids we advocate for those that are poor, homeless, sick, displaced or looking for assistance with making their lives slightly better. We also add our voice for those that cannot speak, those in the animal kingdom that are at risk due to environmental challenges etc. When we say "kids" we mean all of us. We believe if we all honored that special place in kids, that joy and enthusiasm, we'd be able to work miracles-- Our videos, articles and photographs serve to honor and highlight those that are willing to share their struggles, as well as honoring those that are reaching out a helping hand.
"Let Kids be Kids was more about making me into a capable and passionate, educated and inspired citizen. Teaching me how to help my community, and educating me on the different issues people work hard for." (University of Washington Graduate)
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students with a unique insight into the challenges of a homeless man wandering through the system in Seattle. It is a story of discovery and hope that has benefited my students, as they look for ways to ameliorate the challenges the poor and homeless face on a daily basis. Mr. Miller's classroom visits have helped my students understand the human side of poverty and homelessness." (Feb 2013)
Edward Wilson Reed PhD Assistant Professor Matteo Ricci College Seattle University