Seeing Homelessness Through the Photography of Homeless Women and Children
Seeing homelessness with greater clarity is the goal of an exhibit of photographs taken by homeless women and children. They were given disposable cameras and asked to take pictures through their days. Tab O'Neal went to the exhibit in Lynchburg and spoke with David Neumeyer, Vice President of the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities and Sarah Quarantotto, executive director of Miriam's House, about the women and photographs that tell so many stories. Listen to the full interview by WVTF's Tab O'Neal here.