A new #JVReflects by Shea Kelly-Buckley (Bend, OR ’18-19)

A new blog post on the Ignation Solidarity Network by Shea Kelly-Buckley (Bend, OR ’18-19).

“Acknowledging real scarcity requires change in the ways we structure, fund, and support programs and services that accompany folks through the hard stuff. Even more fundamentally, it requires that we are active in changing and re-creating the structures and systems that cause folks to experience the hard stuff in the first place.”

Read more by clicking the title link below.

“Socks in Abundance: Scarcity as a Barrier to Justice”

Three people standing close together by a river with pine trees

Shea Kelly-Buckley, left, (Bend, OR ’18-19), with community mates, Molly Welch and Kendall Johnson

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