Shalom House Photovoice

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Residents in the Shalom House Transitional Housing Program tell their stories through photos and narrative.

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Shalom House Photovoice

  1. 1. Shalom – Transition to Home: Presented by the Transitional Housing Residents of Metro Homeless Center - Shalom House And by Carrie Jost, MSOT A Photovoice Exhibition
  2. 2. Photovoice Photovoice is a form of documentary photography that creates public awareness of personal and community issues that are of greatest concern to members of specific populations. This exhibit focuses on the problems faced by women who are homeless living in St. Louis. Eight current and former residents of Shalom House will share their stories with you through the images they have captured during their photovoice experience.
  3. 3. Beth
  4. 7. Donna
  5. 11. Gwen
  6. 15. Joyce
  7. 19. LaGina
  8. 23. Patti
  9. 27. Stephanie
  10. 31. Yasmin
  11. 35. Carrie
  12. 39. Stabilizing and Rebuilding Lives

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