"I Work Here" campaign breaks stereotypes about Vancouver's homeless
If you see a man in a bright red cap in your neighbourhood holding up copies of what looks like a small magazine, you might hurry past, thinking he's trying to push some kind of religious publication. Or you might take one look at his worn-out clothes and judge him as a panhandler. Chances are, you just walked past a legitimate vendor who's trying to earn money to escape poverty.
For more information about upcoming I Work Here events, visit the Megaphone website.