People who are experiencing homelessness are contributing a ‘Street Stories’ Corner as an inclusive part of the Brighton Art Market (BAM) event.
Exhibiting photos taken by people who are experiencing different types of homelessness. Living on the street, in emergency & temporary accommodation, b&bs, hostels, squatting, sofa surfing, living on the road, the hidden homeless.
There is also a ‘Street Story’ book which everyone is invited to write in. To share their homeless related stories for others to read.
The Street Stories exhibition is facilitated by Love Activists Brighton & OpSafe Winter -Brighton. Two of Brighton’s grassroots outreach groups, who stand in solidarity with folk who are homeless in our city, helping to provide survival aid & campaign for an end to homelessness.
The ‘Street Stories’ corner will be set up again this Saturday 28th May 11-4pm in Brighthelm Gardens (Just off Queens Road).
We welcome volunteers & collaboration. Please email loveactivists(at)riseup.net if you would like to get involved!