Student Homelessness: A Community Response
December 6, 2018 – January 27, 2019
Student Homelessness: A Community Response will feature art, poetry and stories from students who have experienced homelessness or been housing insecure during college.
Greyhound Diaries: Economic Inequality in the U.S.
February 7, 2019 - May 26, 2019
A collaboration with singer-songwriter and journalist Doug Levitt, Greyhound Diaries explores economic inequality in the United States through the lens of the Greyhound Bus. Doug has traveled over 120,000 miles on the Greyhound, writing songs, and collecting stories and images of fellow travelers struggling to get by.
In 1918, La Plaza Methodist Church founded Goodwill Southern California, targeting refugees from the Mexican Revolution. Goodwill Industries has been offering job training and other social services ever since.