An Act of Faith: Ending Homelessness


Noah Leavitt of the Union-Bulletin raises awareness to the issues facing low-income people, homeless families and other individuals in the Walla Walla community.

Leavitt, who is also a member of the Congregation Beth Israel in Walla Walla, writes that the Interfaith Coalition on Poverty will run an educational display downtown culminating with a public event to address hunger, homelessness and poverty.


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