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Dignity Village - A Community By and For the Homeless

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Published on Nov 26, 2012

Peak Moment 223: "Anybody can come through our gates 8 am-10 pm and use all of our facilities. We have hot showers, a telephone, free computers internet-ready, our commons, offices, [and a free store of donated items.] Anybody has access to this." Tour guide Jon Hawkes highlights this community's generosity to the larger community: its residents well understand what homeless people need. Visit their greenhouse, gardens, houses, and business enterprises - all built with ingenuity on a city-owned site.

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