Can 3-D printed homes help end homelessness in Austin?

Can 3-D printed homes help end homelessness in Austin?

April 10, 2018

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How to build a homeless care package

How to build a homeless care package

March 27, 2018

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Film About Immigrant Emergency Homeless Shelter Premieres At SXSW

Film About Immigrant Emergency Homeless Shelter Premieres At SXSW

March 06, 2018

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What Types Of Housing Assistance Are Offered To Austin's Homeless Population?

What Types Of Housing Assistance Are Offered To Austin's Homeless Population?

February 26, 2018

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Leslie Cochran Statue Still Requires Funding, But Closer To Becoming A Reality

Leslie Cochran Statue Still Requires Funding, But Closer To Becoming A Reality

February 12, 2018

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Give Art a Home Fundraiser - Save the Date!

Give Art a Home Fundraiser - Save the Date!

February 07, 2018

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How To Help The Homeless During The Winter

How To Help The Homeless During The Winter

January 18, 2018

Thanks to the bitterly cold temperatures, those who have nowhere else to sleep have to deal with issues such as exposure and hypothermia. Conditions such as these can be extremely fatal for those who are part of the homeless community, as the average age of death for a homeless person currently stands at 47.

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Agreement By City Council May Impact Homeless Population Of South Austin

Agreement By City Council May Impact Homeless Population Of South Austin

January 03, 2018

An agreement being considered by the Austin City Council with the Texas Department of Transportation could end up allowing police in the city to enforce trespassing laws in areas such as underneath the U.S. 290 overpass, which is home to a growing homeless population that also has some residents worried.

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Can Solving Austin's “Downtown Puzzle” Truly Help The Homeless Population?

Can Solving Austin's “Downtown Puzzle” Truly Help The Homeless Population?

December 26, 2017

Austin is a city that has typically had a rather tense relationship with its own homeless population, similar to most other cities around the United States. Austin, however, is a town who has an unofficial mascot in the form of Leslie Cochran, a homeless man that preferred to wear women's clothing and who would later fall victim to the violence that would fall upon the city. His passing in 2012 from an injury that he had sustained three years prior prompted former Mayor Lee Leffingwell to proclaim him “the icon of Austin, who was the very symbol of 'Keep Austin Weird.” City Council would later go on to declare March 8 of every year “Leslie Cochran Day.”

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How To Help Those Experiencing Homelessness In Austin

How To Help Those Experiencing Homelessness In Austin

December 13, 2017

The time has come where we all begin to experience a season full of freezing temperatures during overnight hours, meaning that Austin's homeless population will be the ones who suffer the most because of this. Additionally, these temperatures can also be dangerous to individuals sleeping in motel rooms, cars, and homes that have no heat whatsoever.

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How To Get Started Painting

How To Get Started Painting

November 21, 2017

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What Else Is There To See At EAST?

What Else Is There To See At EAST?

November 08, 2017

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