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Street View
www.streetviewpodcast.com
Category: Society & Culture
Location: J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
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Street View Podcast is a part of the Dallas Public Library’s ongoing Homeless Engagement Initiative aimed at increasing communi...


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July 27, 2016 10:22 AM PDT

After nearly 2 1/2 years, the Street View Podcast team comes together one last time to give some insight and perspective on the issue of homelessness. The team talks mental health, affordable housing, drug abuse, rehabilitation, tent cities, parting thoughts and how everyone you meet is on their own timeline. As much as we want people to be on our timelines, we must meet people where they are and help them how we can in that place. The Dallas Public Library's Homeless Engagement will continue to provide one-on-one assistance and engagement programs to people experiencing homelessness. To follow the program, visit http://dallaslibrary2.org/homeless/.

June 28, 2016 03:03 PM PDT

Rashad is joined by colleagues Corey, Vanessa and Nick as they explore the ins and outs of conformity.

May 20, 2016 03:08 PM PDT

The women take over Street View Podcast as Rashad takes a back seat and hears the female perspective on homelessness and life in general. The episode features Adena Jones, one of the library's CitySquare AmeriCorps members who serves with the HELP Desk.

April 26, 2016 10:02 AM PDT

Join the team for a special "Folk" edition of Street View Podcast. The team is joined by Bill Smith, a library associate on the Fine Arts floor and one of his guitar students, Wayne. The library's music classes are open to anyone - from home school kids and homeless adults - and have successfully ignited people's passion for music. Wayne shares his story on becoming homeless and plays a few tunes for the group.

April 04, 2016 10:17 AM PDT

Cindy Crain, the new CEO of Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance (MDHA) joins the team to talk about homelessness in Dallas and MDHA's new strategies to understanding the issue and coming up with creative solutions, including increasing the number of volunteers who help with the annual Point In Time Count each January and increasing street outreach staff to bring direct and ongoing case management to people experiencing homelessness. Since the recording of this episode, MDHA has released their 2016 PIT Count data and conducted their annual State of Homelessness Address. Based on this year's results, unsheltered homelessness has more than doubled since 2015 and homelessness across the board has increased approximately 24% in Dallas County.

March 16, 2016 10:16 AM PDT

Pastor Wayne Walker, Executive Director of Our Calling, joins the Street View Podcast team again to discuss Compassion Fatigue, Tent City and the new Our Calling app for iPhones and iPads, Help I'm Homeless, that offers people instant access to resource referral to help someone experiencing homelessness and better coordinates existing resources.

February 08, 2016 08:03 PM PST

In episode two of the new season, the original crew, Rashad, Jasmine and Ryan discuss some topics that are weighing heavy on Rashad, including relationship problems, stagnancy, time and energy, selflessness, low-rent housing conditions and living life without regrets.

January 25, 2016 07:32 PM PST

The crew is back for an all-new season of Street View. On the season premiere, Rashad, Antoinette, Ryan and Jasmine catch up and talk about a variety of topics, including how respect is learned, the library's new projects, being named Best Local Podcast by Dallas Observer, conformity, capitalism and the idea of self-sufficiency in an increasingly interdependent society.

June 25, 2015 03:12 PM PDT

The Street View Podcast Team catches up on the past year and what the future holds for the podcast and the library's Homeless Engagement Initiative. Rashad reflects on how much life has changed since the podcast started almost two years ago, how much the library has meant to him in that time, and his inner conflict about currently being stable and "selfish." The future of the podcast is up in the air as Rashad debates whether or not it would be best to "hand over the mic" to someone else next season.

June 24, 2015 12:45 PM PDT

The Street View team is joined by new library staff person, Shonta Bradford, library regular Charlie Piano and library volunteer Luis Cabrera. The team discusses the struggles of ex-offenders in seeking work as well as the resources available to those in need at the library. Luis was released from a 14-year sentence in November 2013 and found his way to the library to access up-to-date listings of employers who hire ex-offenders. He has since started his own organization aimed at helping ex-offender find employment. The team also gets an update from Charlie Piano who was featured in Season 1 of Street View. Though he is now living in a tent, Charlie continues to find happiness through his quilting and his strong relationships with the Stewpot and the 4th floor of the Central Library.

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