by Foster Youth Museum director, Jamie Lee Evans
I have interesting dreams. Last night I dreamt there was a COVID-19 campaign for people to make friends instead of buying all the toilet paper they can find. Then I woke up wondering how homeless people are supposed to shelter-in-place when they have no shelter to begin with. Then of course, my mind went to my foster youth community. Fosters – my word for anyone who has a day or more of care experience – are great survivors. Still, making friends and feeling part of a community, much less a family, is something we can really struggle with. Even if we have a place to call home, is there anyone checking on us for weeks as we shelter-in-place?
Being chosen means a whole lot more when people are hoarding hand sanitizer, public events are cancelled, college campus housing is closing and we are told to stay inside and don’t go to work. What happens if we run out of money to buy food? Where do we go if our campus housing…
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