Our upcoming Blues project is a visual documentary of the people, cultural experiences, architecture and landscape that have shaped The Blues.

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Photographer Derek Slevin’s project Faces of the Forgotten

We travel through life, sometimes so focused on ourselves, our families and our personal struggles that we tend to ignore the hardships and challenges of others. We may be fortunate to have a roof over our heads and food on the table, but there are millions of people living on the streets of our cities and in our communities without a place to rest their head and worrying when they will eat their next meal. These are the forgotten people, the invisible ones living amongst us…(Read More…)

Music Man

Music Man

Music has always been a force in Tony’s life and what has made living on the streets bearable. Tony is homeless; he is one of the forgotten people who have lived under the sky […]

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On The Road

On The Road

During the many hours James and I spent together walking through his “community,” he hardly uttered a word. I spoke; he listened intently, consumed in the conversation, but as a silent partner. It […]

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Unfortunate Circumstances, The Graham Story

Unfortunate Circumstances, The Graham Story

It was a cold day. I had been on Market Street since 7AM speaking with several homeless people as they awakened from sleeping on the cold cement. About noon the streets […]

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The Jungle

The Jungle

This section of the city was perilous both in darkness and in daylight. Trash lined the streets, which were the camping grounds for drug users and their dealers. Colorful graffiti covered the walls and […]

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