We spoke to Marice Cumber, about how youth homeless charity Accumulate pivoted their approach to creative engagement to support their members during Covid-19
A stunning anthology of stories and drawings created by people affected by homelessness about their own lives and experiences.
The Book of Homelessness launches on November 16th, preorder your copy here.
All profits are shared with its authors and Accumulate so it can continue to provide creative workshops for people who are homeless.
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Images courtesy Accumulate
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