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Reimagine with Tee Adeyemo | Weekly Column

Re-Imagine | The Colours of Extreme Poverty

If a BIPOC woman was cleaning out the leftovers into her bag, you would sympathize with her and observe that times are indeed hard. You would ask her to call 311, 211 and offer her a list of charities where she can get food.

This was a Caucasian man in his thirties. I have tried to research supports for single men in Edmonton and I am coming short. If you know any more than I do, I would like to understand what the supports are for men who live in extreme poverty.

Perhaps, that would not have bothered you. Do you think of this as naive? Let me know what you think.

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