Speaker: The hungry in Roseville are a lot like us
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Speaker: The hungry in Roseville are a lot like us

In the fourth and final Corpus Christi Social Justice Forum of 2018-19 held in March,  Quentin West of Keystone Community Services shattered some myths we might have about people who frequent food shelves. Most, for example, are neither homeless nor habitual users. The average client visits just two or three times to help see them...

Forum attendees exhorted : “Other cultures are not failed attempts at being you.”
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Forum attendees exhorted : “Other cultures are not failed attempts at being you.”

Roseville has long been home to immigrants, but the faces of that population change constantly. Today, non-whites make up more than half the student body in Roseville schools, the majority being children of immigrants from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Addressing the question, “Who are our neighbors?” at two Corpus Christi Social Justice forums in...