America’s homelessness epidemic displayed itself in my home city of Minneapolis in 2018 with the rise of its largest-ever tent city. I documented the rise of this camp, known as “The Wall” by its 300 Native American residents. Then, I captured their stories: how they came to be at this homeless camp, what their days were like, and what their hopes for the future beyond this camp were.
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On May 19, 2019 I premiered this documentary in Minneapolis (trailer above).
I continue hosting screenings to groups interested in homelessness, substance abuse, and Native Americans. The proceeds from each screening are helping those in homeless situations working to build a better life. More details on these efforts to come.
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