Is this what you tell a pan-handler when you see them on the streets? What’s up with that?


Do you know people who respond this was when they see homeless people or pan-handlers? Do you think they should be more compassionate? What tools do you need to help change their perspectives & more importantly their responses?

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2 Responses to Is this what you tell a pan-handler when you see them on the streets? What’s up with that?

  1. Pingback: Students do an excellent job of telling what homelessness is like! More to come from Savannah’s students too! | Homelessness in Savannah, Stories for Learning

  2. Pingback: Tips for Homeless people – Part Three | The Official BLOG site of Ressurrection Graves

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