Homelessness in Rochester is the subject of a traveling photo exhibition called “Exposed: Rochester’s Hidden Victims of Homelessness." It can be viewed at Nazareth College at the Lorette Wilmot Library through May 31st. We'll hear from one of the participants of the exhibition, a woman who was homeless for four years, fought drug addiction and is now sober and working full time. You won't want to miss her story!
Plus, Rochester is well known for its philanthropic spirit. That spirit is especially evident in the medical community through the efforts of InterVol which helps people in poor countries by recovering and redistributing medical supplies, and, as is the case with my next guests, coordinating trips to third world countries by local high school students interested in medicine.