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901 12th Avenue

Seattle, WA 98122

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There's a lot of debate about home going on in Seattle right now: Are there enough homes for everyone? If you can't afford a home, can your car be your home? If you call the street your home, what rights does that come with?

The Seattle Times Project Homeless team wants to talk about home in the way we know best: through storytelling. We're putting on an event called “Stories About Home,” in partnership with Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness and the Seattle Public Library, at 6:30 p.m. at Pigott Auditorium at Seattle University on June 6.

Twelve speakers will tell us what home means to them and how homelessness — whether their own or that of someone close to them — has reshaped their understanding of the problem.

We want to give special thanks to our promotional partners:

A Way Home Washington

All Home King County

Building Changes

Campion Advocacy Fund

Downtown Emergency Service Center

Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County

Imagine Housing

Plymouth Housing

Resolution to End Homelessness

Solid Ground

United Way of King County

Washington State Housing Finance Commission

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance

Washington State Budget and Policy Center

YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish

Accelerator YMCA

Accessibility: The Pigott Auditorium is wheelchair accessible. Please contact Catherine at hinrichc@seattleu.edu with any accessibility requests, no later than May 30, 2019. We will not be able to provide interpretive services.*

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