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StreetRing is literally voices from the street. Created for homeless or formerly homeless people who have discovered the Internet and have decided to try building Web pages. Membership is NOT restricted. The major focus is dialogue. Service providers, governmental staff, academics and students, and other interested people should feel welcome. By taking time to navigate the sites of StreetRing, a Web surfer should have his or her thinking changed in some way.
 

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   Homeless Images by Chuck Ferris - Urban Street Photogr Preview Go
Powerful, evocative urban street photography. Up close and personal portraits of homeless people, including multimedia audio and video content - 'Street Stories' by the homeless in their own words.
   Homeless Christians Preview Go
My pages on homelessness is all about one Christian man's efforts to stay alive in the streets of a major city. I have recently come off the streets and now am working thanks to a few Christian friends who gave me a path.
   The E-Activist Preview Go
The E-Activist is a resource-filled site for budding and veteran Cyber Activists alike. How to's, links to more info, where to get started, or sign up for our email group all included at the The E-Activist.


   Harmony's HomePage Preview Go
Harmony's HomePage is about art, life, healing this planet, and solutions for homelessness.
   Railings - A Homeless Person's Journal Preview Go
A collection of observations, both personal and gleaned from others, on the homeless condition in Tucson, Arizona.
   Homeless People and the Internet Preview Go
A self-help solution. The escape plan. Continuing education, public-access computers in libraries, e-mail, forums, substance abuse/recovery, resource links. Why homeless people should learn to use the Internet.
   BeHeard! Students working to fight the Digital Divide Preview Go
A resource and tutorial site for low income people accessing the Internet for the first time using public access terminals, people who may need help finding various free services available online. A Homeless locator bulletin board is also being planned, a way for people to stay in contact with friends and family when they don't have a stable address.
   StreetRing Official Homepage Preview Go
Headquarters for a growing WebRing of homeless-oriented sites and pages. A virtual tour of Internet homeless resources.
   LoveCry The Street Kids Org., 2005 Preview Go
LoveCry is a non-profit company owned and operated by The Homeless In Tronto, Ont., Canada.
   Richie420 Preview Go
richie's site... ivillage gone... "welcome to tripod" ;)






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