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Living on $511 a Month

For the month of April, p:ear board member Caroline Fitchett is experiencing what it’s like to live on $511. Why only $511? That is the equivalent income of someone working 15 hours a week at minimum wage or the average fixed income of a section 8 voucher participant…

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Pear - Creatively Mentoring Homeless Youth

p:ear at Year Nine

Dear p:ear supporters, p:ear is a community delicately and strongly fabricated and orchestrated by you, these kids, artists, bakers, students, moms, teachers, waiters, small business owners. It is a community of people that truly understand that we, all of us, can transform our lives, and, more…

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Pear - Creatively Mentoring Homeless Youth

Out of Discrimination: A Generous Gift

Last fall, Seth Stambaugh was dismissed from his student teaching position in the Beaverton school district for following interaction: The class had been working on a journal activity when a student asked Stambaugh if he was married. Stambaugh replied that he wasn’t, and when the student asked him why, he replied that…

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