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Terence Lester is Helping Forgotten People Wash Their Hands

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Terence Lester (Love Beyond Walls, Dignity Museum) is on the forefront of providing support for people experiencing homelessness — in Atlanta, Georgia and around the world. More than 500,000 people experience homelessness every single night — and their needs are made worse by COVID-19. It's a serious problem — in need of empathetic and creative solutions. In the first half of this episode, Branden sits down with Terence to discuss new solutions being created in response to coronavirus — and how Terence got into this work. And in the second half, Terence shares 3 common misconceptions about people experiencing homelessness and how we can help.


Guest: Terence Lester, founder of Love Beyond Walls and Dignity Museum

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December 7, 2020
Lockdown restrictions and a reluctance to board crowded buses and trains have encouraged some Indians to rediscover cycling or take it up for the first time. Across the country, 28 cities have focused on creating cycling infrastructure.

Indian Cities Are Tapping Into the Pandemic Cycling Trend

Lockdown restrictions and a reluctance to board crowded buses and trains have encouraged some Indians to rediscover cycling or take it up for the first time. Across the country, 28 cities have focused on creating cycling infrastructure.

Many People Assumed Suicides Would Spike in 2020, but the Data Says Otherwise

While many public figures predicted that public health restrictions would lead to increased suicides in 2020, evidence that came out of Canada in February suggests otherwise.

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